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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Ed Bang, sports editor of the Cleveland "News," thinks that Ty Cobb is the greatest baseball player of all time. Who do you think is the greatest?

By Jimmy Jemail

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

The way the Series feels, T shirts in Tea Land, Soccer vs. Groaner? Fame's modest home at Rutgers, Some high and mighty trout, Bebop golf, Lively ball aids minors

Spectacle

SERIES OF HEROES

The blood quickens and the step becomes brisk. It's more than the winy air of fall. Next week is the World Series!

Preview: The World Series

THIS YEAR THE DODGERS?

Seven times has Brooklyn played in the World Series. Seven times has Brooklyn lost. This year they try again, and this time, they say, things may be different

By Robert Creamer

BROOKLYN DODGERS

NEW YORK YANKEES

Tarheel Triumph In The Old Dominion

TARHEEL TRIUMPH IN THE OLD DOMINION

North Carolina's Harvie Ward took Richmond last week—and the 55th National Amateur Golf Championship—with an elegant demonstration of competitive play. And he plans to be an amateur a long, long time

By Herbert Warren Wind

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

MIDWEST FOOTBALL

Great Lakes country again harbors some of the nation's top teams, with Michigan and Ohio State the favorites

By Herman Hickman

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for Games of Saturday, Sept. 24

By Herman Hickman

Football: Game Of The Week

THREE TOUCHDOWNS FOR HARVEY

UCLA Tailback Ronnie Knox, billed as the hottest thing in football by his hustling stepfather, looked the part as the Bruins defeated Texas A&M 21-0

By James Murray

Baseball

THE YANKEES DIDN'T LOSE THAT OLD PENNANT AFTER ALL. NOW IT'S CLEVELAND'S TURN TO FALL OFF THE CLIFF

By Robert Creamer

YANKEE SPIES IN EBBETS FIELD

By Dick Young

Horses

A REPORT ON THE STATE OF THE TURF, INCLUDING ATLANTIC CITY'S $200,000 TRIPLE CLASSIC: PLUS A SYSONBY PREDICTION

By Whitney Tower

Motor Sports

SI TESTS MG's RADICALLY NEW 'A' SERIES WHICH IS BEING INTRODUCED THIS WEEK AND FINDS THAT IT IS BETTER THAN THE CLASSIC T MODELS

By John Bentley

Sporting Look

COUNTRY CORDUROY

King Salmon

KINGS IN A CAULDRON

By William Worden

Sport In Art

ROYAL SPORTS IN ANCIENT EGYPT

They were the pastime of kings and noblemen in the valley of the Nile, who hunted lions in the desert and speared and netted wild birds and fish of their great

Mt. Meagre

ASCENT OF MT. MEAGRE

By E. C. K. Read

Tip From The Top

For all golfers except experts

By Jim Fogertey

Anniversary

ANNIVERSARY

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Compiled by Ed Zern

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Yesterday

AGONY IN DETROIT

In the throes of a pennant fight in 1934 the Tigers' great star, Hank Greenberg, wrestled with a problem of conscience. For the frenzied Detroit fans, the suspense was awful

By Kyle Crichton

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 23 through October 2

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

LOU WHITMAN

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS