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September 24, 1956
HERMAN HICKMAN SAYS:
October 01, 1956 | Don Parker
The earth-bound power tactics of split-T football (see Herman Hickman) find no favor in the West this year. Most notable example was at the Stanford-Washington State game where 74 passes were thrown—38 by WSC, 36 by...
October 01, 1956 | Herman Hickman
•Stanford vs. Michigan State.Indians bigger and better this year. Spartans likewise. Stanford features passes. MSU's multiple offense combines trickery and power. Peaks and Kowalczyk the difference. MICHIGAN STATE.
October 01, 1956
Donald Campbell, shaken and battered while his lobster-shaped Bluebird lopped and rolled, roared over England's Lake Coniston at 286.78 mph, averaged 225.63 mph for two-way run to break own speed record for...
October 08, 1956 | Herman Hickman
Having just returned from a West Coast football weekend, let me offer some impressions. These are not happy days for the Pacific Coast Conference, where the internal strife has reached unpleasant proportions....