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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Why are small towns and cities usually better football towns than New York? (Asked at a meeting of the N.Y. Touchdown Club)

By Jimmy Jemail

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

The putter waits for Ike, Fund for Olympic fun, Passing of a pioneer, Fight managers avoid punch, Quack-in-a-box calls ducks, Baseball morals, Latest word on Violate

Spectacle

FOOTBALL'S GIRLS

Still a man's game, football has been infiltrated in recent years by pretty girls whose charms brighten half-time shows

From 'Rah' To The Supersonic

FROM 'RAH' TO THE SUPERSONIC

By Martin Kane

NOW IN NOVEMBER

College football enters its final month, with Oklahoma, Maryland and Michigan still supreme, but coast to coast the Saturday surprises continue to roll in

Now In November

IN THE EAST: BATTERED NAVY STILL SAILS AHEAD

At South Bend Notre Dame gave Navy a pasting, indicating that eastern football—where Navy is tops—looks better in the East

By Alfred Wright

IN THE MIDWEST: IT'S MICHIGAN—AND STATE

Unbeaten Michigan moved closer to the Rose Bowl with one of the season's greatest comeback victories against upset-minded Iowa

By Jim Atwater

ON THE WEST COAST: UCLA IS SNIFFING ROSES

While Southern Cal was losing in the midwest cold, Ronnie Knox guided UCLA to a one-sided victory in the California sunshine

By James Murray

IN THE SOUTHWEST: OKLAHOMA ON THE WARPATH

While the unbeatable Sooners continue their march to the Orange Bowl, the Southwest Conference returns to a state of normalcy—utter confusion

By Frank McCulloch

DOWN SOUTH: GEORGIA TECH JOINS THE BIG THREE

The Rambling Wrecks smothered highly-rated Duke and—with West Virginia and Maryland—formed a southern triumvirate capable of tackling anyone

By Lee Griggs

THE OUTSTANDING LINEMEN IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL

After the test of a half-season's play, SI's football expert selects a baker's dozen of the heroes who help produce the headlines

By Herman Hickman

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

OVERTURE TO A CLAMBAKE

Clam hunters at Pismo Beach, California swarm onto the wet, gleaming sands at every daytime low tide

Tip From The Top

Especially intended for inconsistent putters

By Noble Chalfant

Quarter Horses

THE WEST'S GREAT HORSES

Almost extinct 15 years ago, the versatile quarter horse will draw big money at the King Ranch sales this week

By Holland McCombs

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for Games of Saturday, Nov. 5

By Herman Hickman

Column Of The Week

DAILY RECORD

A BOSTON COLUMNIST FINDS ALL IS SWEETNESS AND LIGHT WITH VINCE MARTINEZ AND BILL DALY

By John Gillooly

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Compiled by Ed Zern

Coming Events

COMING EVENT November 4 through 13

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

Departments

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips