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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Is football today too much of a coach's game?

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 its tallest headlines

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A KNICKERBOCKER BUCKAROO

New York crowds have been jostling into Madison Square Garden night after night this month to have their spines chilled at biggest and most important of U.S. rodeos. This fall, as always, the best of Western cowboys have come East—for tough animals and tougher men nothing tops the big-town roundup

By Paul O'Neil

Soundtrack

SOUNDTRACK

HOW GOES IT WITH SNAVELY?, SUPERSTITIONS—STOCK CAR DEPT., FAILURE OF A SOCCER MISSION

Spectacle

WAIKIKI'S WATER

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Belmont Futurity

NASHUA: HORSE TO WATCH

His dashing victory in the Belmont Futurity Saturday established his title as best of the two-year-olds

By Whitney Tower

ONCE MORE—IT'S A SON OF NASRULLAH

By Albion Hughes

The Queen

THE QUEEN WHO LOVES THE SPORT OF KINGS

Elizabeth II, a racing fan from childhood on, will be the first ruler to race the royal colors outside Britain when her horse Landau comes here next month

By Andre Laguerre

TIGER CUBS' BUILD-UP

Princeton's freshman football hopefuls undergo intensive training to toughen their bodies and test their resolve

Football Nuisance

'COLLEGE FOOTBALL IS AN INFERNAL NUISANCE'

In 1939 the University of Chicago, under Robert M. Hutchins, abandoned football. Recently there has been a move to reinstate the sport, but the ex-president still believes higher education and football should not be mixed

By Robert M. Hutchins

Sailing

SAILING: A BOOM YEAR

With more sailors on the water and more boats entering regattas than ever before, the yachting year 1954 brought startling new designs, new champions and a season of new thrills for old winners

By Robert N. Bavier Jr.

McDonald On Gordon

A Rare Find: GORDON'S FLY BOX

On these pages are exclusive views of the only fly box known to exist that belonged to Theodore Gordon, who originated dry-fly fishing in America; and other unique and historic memorabilia

By John McDonald

Motor Sports

PORSCHE SPEEDSTER ON TRIAL

Jewellike and fast as always, a familiar high-performance sports car in the high-priced field turns up at a new low price—under $3,000, that is

By John Bentley

Under 21

QUEEN OF THE RODEO

A couple of Eastern sisters have twice beaten the competition to win the crown of New York's annual tribute to the great cowhand

By Duane Decker

You Should Know

YOU SHOULD KNOW: if you are taking up riding

By The Know-It-All

Golf

ANNIVERSARY AT WINGED FOOT

"Golf's Greatest Putt" is re-enacted 25 years after the 1929 Open

By Herbert Warren Wind

Tennis

THAT CUP AGAIN

The U.S. captain reports on our win in Mexico and the selections for the trip to Australia

By William F. Talbert

THE HOCKEY WARS RESUME

A great northern sport launches its six-month spectacle of speed, precision and thrills. And once again the champion Red Wings are the team to watch

GAME OF THE WEEK: WISCONSIN 13 RICE 7

By Herman Hickman

Football

LOST PLATOON

Free substitution had its points, but football is a better game without it

By Herman Hickman

MEN IN THE MIDDLE

Health

FOOTBALL INJURIES

In this Saturday's game the average player, who can expect one injury each season, faces his biggest risk of being knocked out of action

Column Of The Week

The New York Times

By Meyer Berger

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS October 15 through 21

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

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

Compiled by Ed Zern

Bowling

NOW OR NEVER

An unknown bowler on an obscure team has his moment in the B.P.A.A. elimination

By Victor Kalman

Sporting Look

WHAT DO THEY WEAR?

Yesterday

KETCHEL'S DREAM OF GLORY

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS