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August 27, 1956 | Mary Snow
Although U.S. women athletes looked better than ever in Philadelphia, they do not yet figure to upset the toughest in the world
September 24, 1956 | Don Parker
The heavily armored athletes shown on the following four pages might not look like football players to Walter Camp, but it was he who thought up the honor they now covet—All-America
September 24, 1956
HERMAN HICKMAN SAYS:
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 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....