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October 31, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
For once, form held reasonably firm and, with the season half over, 11 of the nation's major college football teams were still unbeaten and untied. Some, like Mississippi (6-0), Iowa (5-0), Minnesota (5-0), Baylor...
December 12, 1960 | William Leggett
Strongest in the East, this conference is rich in first-rank returning players. ST. JOSEPH'S has plenty of depth, speed and rebounding. Coach Jack Ramsay's big and experienced front line is paced by 6-foot-5 Jack...
November 20, 1961 | Mervin Hyman
The list of the nation's unbeaten and untied major-college teams, dwindling rapidly, was down to three—Texas (8-0), Alabama (8-0) and Rutgers (7-0)—after Colorado got caught up in the latest wave of upsets, bowing to...
December 04, 1961
IN THE SMOGSirs:The simple truth about Los Angeles sports (Apathy in Smogsville, Nov. 13) is that the well-known goose that laid the golden eggs has overexerted, hence the goose eggs at the box office. Too much of a...
January 08, 1962
THE BOYSSirs:Your article on the Philadelphia Eagles (The Day the Boys Scared the Men, Dec. 18) will just about do it between me and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED.