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August 20, 1956 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: What sport attracts the most unsportsmanlike fans?

By Jimmy Jemail

Red Fans And Ladies

RED FANS AND FAIR LADIES

For 12 days the Iron Curtain was pulled back while 10,000 Russian men and women showed their mass progress in 20 sports and tested their strength for the 1956 Olympic Games

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

HORACE GREELEY WAS SO RIGHT, THE END OF THE FEUD, WASHINGTON'S ELYSIAN OUTFIELDS, ALMOST MAN'S LAST FORTRESS, SAD TALE OF CASEY AND THE FRAMMIS PITCH

The Wonderful World Of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Ted Defies His Critics

TED WILLIAMS DEFIES HIS CRITICS

X-Ray

X-RAY

Sires And Sales

SIRES, SALES AND THE CHALLENGE

A portfolio of champions and some news of an expanding sport

By Whitney Tower

The Suffering Fan

THE CASE FOR THE SUFFERING FAN

Scorned by the athlete, scolded by the physical fitness fanatic, exploited by parking lot sharpies, ushers and hot dog vendors, his ultimate indignity is his betrayal by those who should love him most: the men who run spectator sports

By James Murray

NEW LOOK IN MINNEAPOLIS

'NOBODY FALLS ASLEEP ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON'

By Paul O'Neil

Age Of Sport

THE AGE OF SPORT 1954-2004 A.D.

By Gerald Holland

Sporting Look

GIRLS IN WOLVES' CLOTHING

News in campus fashions comes in twos for fall, as girl collegians not only follow male fashions but catch up

Tip From The Top

especially for women golfers

By Betsy Rawls

Boating

BOATING TODAY AND TOMORROW

By Ezra Bowen

Harness Racing

The Hambletonian was half over before Ned Bower felt sure of his dark brown colt who was also a VERY DARK HORSE

By Jeremiah Tax

Swimming

From last week's trials we got our strongest Olympic team, but compared to the Australians it is still only SECOND BEST

By Coles Phinizy

The Outdoor Week

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

Out for swordfish (right), a harpooneer found a fox terrier name of Shakespeare and, as the Bard wrote, "From the rude sea's enrag'd and foamy mouth/Did I redeem; a wrack past hope he was"

Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

Motor Sports

They laughed when NASCAR's stock cars took to the road at Elkhart Lake, but Tim Flock gave the show A DETROIT SURPRISE

By Kenneth Rudeen

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

TONI WOOLWORTH

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

To the Participants: A DEDICATION

By Sidney L. James/Managing Editor

SCOREBOARD

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

FOCUS ON THE DEED

FOR THE RECORD