Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
By Jimmy Jemail
By Martin Kane
'Career Four-Irons'—and a will—win him the National Amateur
Events & Discoveries
HOPES AND RADIOS TUNED HIGH IN MILWAUKEE, BOARDMAN IS PALERMO'S PUGILIST NOW, THE MIXTURE AS NEVER BEFORE, BOROTRA IN HIS ATHLETIC FIFTIES, THE ANCIENT AERONAUT
By Paul O'Neil
The heavily armored athletes shown on the following four pages might not look like football players to Walter Camp, but it was he who thought up the honor they now covet—All-America
By Don Parker
Aesop might well have been referring to them when he wrote, "You may share the labours of the great, but not the spoils"
With a 10-yard-line seat, the weather wet and the home team on the losing end, you can still be a HAPPY SPECTATOR
What Happens To Players?
In the first of two parts, Sports Illustrated examines the popular notion that stardom on the gridiron is often followed by failure in life. A unique and monumental survey by Notre Dame supplies material for this part of the study, and its conclusions are startling
Tip From The Top
By Byron Nelson