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Jimmy Jemail's Hot Box

The Question: Should a baseball player or manager argue with the umpire?

By Jimmy Jemail

Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned tallest headlines.

Table of Contents

THE ELEVEN BEST ELEVENS

Teams that bloom in the spring often wither by fall. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S expert completed his investigation only last week. Here is his up-to-the-minute report on college football

By Herman Hickman

Soundtrack

SOUNDTRACK

SNIFFLES AT FOREST HILLS THE TIME TED ATKINSON QUIT...TED WILLIAMS AT 36

Spectacle

THE LAST CHANCE

Time is running out fast as the Yankees strain to catch the Indians and the Dodgers stumble behind the Giants

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

THE WAY A WILDCAT FIGHT

Fishing

FREEDOM UNDERSEAS

There's a submarine feud abrewing between skin divers and anglers

By Philip Wylie

You Should Know

YOU SHOULD KNOW: if you want to take up spear-fishing

By The Know-It-All

Sporting Look

SHARP SHOOTER

Carola Mandel is best-dressed woman on the firing line

SEE HOW THEY RUN

Although the racing season is not officially over, it is possible to determine 1954's National and International champions, to evaluate the lessons of the year and to foresee the challenges of 1955

By John Bentley

MOTORS WITH WAKES

Racing stock outboards is like stock-car racing, with a notable difference—the driver of a "flying pancake" must be able to swim

Under 21

JOHNNY LILLY'S BIG SHOOT

He's from a top-notch trapshooting family. Here's what it's like to be a boy among men in the Grand American Handicap Tournament

By Duane Decker

The Big Fight: The Men And Their Muscles

CHARLES vs. MARCIANO

These drawings by Paul Peck reveal the structure of the two men who fight for the heavyweight championship next week but as Budd Schulberg points out mind may triumph over muscles

By Budd Schulberg

Column Of The Week

COLUMN OF THE WEEK

As the Baltimore Orioles, the former St. Louis Browns are the same old cellar-dwellers. Sports Editor J. Roy Stockton, who knew them in good times and bad, examines their history and the sad lesson of a ball club bled white.

Horse Racing

QUEEN OF THE TURF

Racing on grass in the U.S. gets a boost from Elizabeth Regina

By Albion Hughes

Boating

LEGGIE FOREVER

The indomitable Mrs. Mertz is the best woman sailor in American waters

By Robert N. Bavier Jr.

Golf

MEETING AT MERION

In the Curtis Cup the ladies politely played some very good golf

By Herbert Warren Wind

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 10 through 16

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

Compiled by Ed Zern

Health

YOU CAN'T KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL

Yesterday

THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH

Over 8,000 people watched America and Ireland vie for the world's rifle championship in a day-long match, unsettled until the final shot

Bowling

FALCARO THE GREAT

Joe the man still keeps Joe the bowler out of the Hall of Fame

By Victor Kalman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Last Laugh

LAST LAUGH

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By H.H.S. Phillips Jr.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SCOREBOARD

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS