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January 14, 1957 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Should there be a height limit on basketball players?

By Jimmy Jemail

Last Seconds Of A Champ

LAST SECONDS of a CHAMPION

Not without honor, Sugar Ray Robinson surrenders his title to bull-strong Gene Fullmer in a battle of Wit vs. Brawn

By Martin Kane

The Wonderful World Of Sport

DUCK HUNTERS IN PARADISE

By Virginia Kraft

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

THE BIG EYE LOOKS AWAY, JACKIE ROBINSON NIMBLE TO THE END, A FLUNK AT HARVARD, THOROUGHBRED RACING'S WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, CHESS CHAMPIONS FROM CHICAGO

Powder Snow

DEEP POWDER in UTAH

By Ezra Bowen

Helfand's Record

THE BOXING RECORD OF JULIUS HELFAND

A tough boxing commission chairman has proved, in just two years, that he could win clean sport for New York State and inspire other states as well

By Martin Kane

Football

AFTER THE BOWLS...

Came New Year's night and the answers to the last unsettled questions of the season—Iowa 35 Oregon State 19, TCU 28 Syracuse 27, Baylor 13 Tennessee 7, and Colorado 27 Clemson 21. Then, notably out West, the Wednesday morning quarterbacks took over

By James Murray

YOUNG MARRIEDS OF FOOTBALL

OF QUEENS AND KINGS

PRIZES FOR EVERYONE

Basketball

ALL IN THE MIND

At midseason some teams surprise more than their stars, while an old pro says that winning is ALL IN THE MIND

By Jeremiah Tax

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Horse Racing

WALK IN THE SUN

Our guest columnist proves there is always a heaven somewhere for weatherbound horseplayers anxious to WALK IN THE SUN

By Morris McLemore

Tip From The Top

Particularly for wobbly putters

By Doug Ford

THE FOOTLOOSE SPORTSMAN IN HAVANA

By Horace Sutton

Snow Patrol

SNOW PATROL

Compiled by Mort Lund

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

JOHN HAY WHITNEY

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

FOCUS ON THE DEED

FOR THE RECORD