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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Robert M. Hutchins, former president of the University of Chicago, says that pro football will eventually kill the college game. Do you agree?

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

Under 21

FROM PEE WEES TO THE BIG TIME

Tippy Johnson, a rink rat since childhood, has grown into a hot prospect for the big leagues

By Duane Decker

Table of Contents

WHEN THE PROS COME MARCHING IN

College football has declared cold war on the pros, but the pros with great stars, spectacular games and adroit handling of the knotty problem of television continue to draw the big crowds

By Roger Kahn

Soundtrack

SOUNDTRACK

NIGHT BEFORE WITH LOU, THE A's—LATEST INSTALLMENT, THE ASTOUNDING WILLIE

Spectacle

STRAINING AT THE CABER

Caber tosser strives for perfection in most colorful event of Braemar Games—climactic festival in series of Highland games first instituted by the ancient Celts

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

By Coles Phinizy

Berg And Wilkinson

I TAUGHT BUD WILKINSON TO PLAY FOOTBALL

One of America's greatest golfers recalls her childhood days in Minneapolis when she was quarterback of the 50th-Street Tigers and Bud Wilkinson, now the coach of the University of Oklahoma Sooners, was the right tackle. Patty takes no credit for Wilkinson's success at Oklahoma, but she does feel that plays she ran over him may have contributed to his education

By Patty Berg

Health

INDIANS' MEDICINE MAN

Connie Jarvis, athletic trainer for Stanford University teams, is a man in perpetual motion on any football day—as a detective, nursemaid, confidant and doctor pro tem

RARE GOLF STEINS

These unusual mementos of the ancient game, made just before the turn of the century, are the highly prized possessions of a New York collector

CRAZY LIKE AN EAGLE

SI's intrepid airman buys a plane, braves the contempt of the Old Pilots, and profits by some handy heresies

By Bill Mauldin

THE GOLDEN BATHTUB FLIPS

A CAST IN THE DARK

November nights are the nights of the true striped-bass fishermen. A prize may lurk 50 yards out and in the roaring dark each blind cast carries a prayer

Golf

GREAT SCOT

Findly Douglas spans almost a century of golf, from Old Tom to Byron Nelson

By Herbert Warren Wind

CHRISTY RING OF CORK

Last Sunday, hurling's greatest star showed New Yorkers why he is proudly called the Babe Ruth of Ireland

GAME OF THE WEEK: CINCINNATI 13 COLLEGE OF PACIFIC 7

By Herman Hickman

Sporting Look

WOODLAND STOPLIGHT

The best investment that a hunter can make is a vest that costs $1.90

Horse Racing

TAN'S TRIUMPH

The Firestone colt won $151,095.75; next question: how about the Derby?

By Albion Hughes

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 5 through 11

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

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

Compiled by Ed Zern

Nature

AUTUMNAL FIRE

The chemistry of turning leaves produces their annual brilliance

By John O'Reilly

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