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October 15, 1956 | Don Parker
The world series might have gripped the East, but football had a half nelson on the Middle West, where 101,001 fans flocked to see Michigan State tame Michigan at Ann Arbor, where 82,881 Ohio State partisans held...
October 15, 1956 | James Atwater
The crowds were growing larger despite some nasty weather, and the games were starting to count—toward league and national titles
November 05, 1956
The lovely yellow light of autumn sets a pleasant, languid mood for Ivy League football. The game itself —so important in the rest of the country—is just part of the weekend frolic, and, not uncommonly, it is as...
January 28, 1957 | Joel Sayre
February 18, 1957 | Mort Lund
Take 750 men and 500 coeds, add ski racing, hockey, an ice show and four days of parties, and the outcome is the gayest of winter weekends: the Middlebury Carnival