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September 24, 1956 | Paul O'Neil
The celebration of the football triumph is as stylized as that of the bullfight, and nowhere more so than at the New Year's Day bowl games such as that at Dallas' Cotton Bowl, shown on the next four pages. The...
October 08, 1956 | Don Parker
With all the major teams now in action, national rankings began to come into clearer focus. The big three of the Big Ten—Michigan State, Michigan and Ohio State—were on exhibition for the first time; so was Oklahoma....
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 | Herman Hickman
For Games of Saturday, Oct. 13
October 22, 1956 | Don Parker
PAIGE COTHREN, Mississippi fullback, put the "foot" back in football with a Southeastern Conference record of three field goals against Vanderbilt. On the other hand, in the Purdue-Notre Dame game there was only one...