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January 10, 1955 | Henry R. (red) Sanders/Head Coach Of Unbeaten UCLA
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, THE WEATHER WAS ALMOST A BIGGER STORY THAN THE GAME. IT WAS HARD TO TELL WHICH CAUSED THE MOST CHAGRIN: THE DOWNPOUR OR THE TEAM WHICH LOST AGAIN
January 24, 1955
Sirs:I was disgusted by article by Robt. Hall on NCAA (SI, Jan. 3). I am the low man on the totem pole, entirely ignored by Mr. Hall, the man who watches football on TV. I live 35 miles from Purdue, 90 miles from...
September 26, 1955 | Herman Hickman
Great Lakes country again harbors some of the nation's top teams, with Michigan and Ohio State the favorites
October 03, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Wisconsin vs. Iowa. Two Titans tangle at Madison. Wisconsin has winning ways, but missing is Ameche. IOWA.
October 10, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Michigan vs. Army. Both teams were on my preseason Eleven Best Elevens. Both have stubborn defenses and are ground minded. The Wolverines have never beaten the Cadets. ARMY.