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PIGSKIN PANORAMA

College football, bugged by fumbles and the flu, nonetheless swung into its finest week; crowds of 95,000 and 100,000 turned out in Philadelphia and Ann Arbor

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for games of Saturday, October 19

By Herman Hickman

PRO PARADE

Frankie Albert, once the wonder boy of T quarterbacks, is rebuilding the 49ers in his second year as coach. Frankie was an irrepressible gambler on the field, but now he finds that he is the cautious sideline worrier

By Tex Maule

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS OCT. 18-OCT. 27

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Football

THE POWER AND THE GLORY

While Michigan State showed Michigan why it is one of the two best college teams, a Notre Dame sophomore became Saturday's Hero by booting his team to a Hollywood victory over Army

By Don Parker

Mean Hand With A Rock

A MEAN HAND WITH A ROCK

Lew Burdette, who came out of the West Virginia hills to tame the dread Yankees in the World Series, is baseball's biggest paradox: killer and clown, with a touch of genius on the side

By Roy Terrell

Wonderful World Of Sport

RENDEZVOUS AT LONGCHAMP

BAND DAY

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

BEREAVEMENT IN NEW YORK, SILENCE IN PHILLY, THE SHOE RIDES A DOUBLE, GOLF ON THE HOME SCREEN, A MOTOR SCOOTERIST'S GUIDE, HOW TO SOOTHE A GRIZZLY

Preview

A LOW-PRESSURE ENGINEER

When Coach Bobby Dodd sends his Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets against Auburn Saturday, the Southeastern Conference title may hang on the outcome. But to the relaxed Dodd, it will still be a game for fun

By Don Parker

Britannia

BRITANNIA RULES

The golf expert of the London Sunday Times cheers Britain's famous victory in the Ryder Cup, but deplores some had manners on both sides stimulated by the slaughter of Goliath

By Henry Longhurst

Day for Aquavit

Swedish Saabs and Volvos between them dominated Lime Rock's 10-hour endurance race for small foreign passenger cars

By Kenneth Rudeen

The Duck Man

Be Kind to Your Web-footed Friends

Sports Illustrated sends an emissary 1,700 miles to the bogs of Saskatchewan for a report on a biologist who toils in the bulrushes to provide the sort of homes ducks need to raise more ducks

By Coles Phinizy

From The Flyways

FROM THE FLYWAYS

Newport

NEWPORT GETS SOME TIPS FROM THE TOP

Before the fascinated eyes of the nation's proudest families a new kind of celebrity and very serious golfer teed off on the historic Newport links. This is how it was when Dwight Eisenhower played

By George Plimpton

Cards On The Table

LONDON BRIDGE IS NOT FALLING DOWN

The author won the world pair championship in London last week, but has high praise for British contract bridge

By Charles Goren

15 The side leg lift will mold your thighs and hips as you like them

By Bonnie Prudden

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: If you could ask any living golfer a question, what would it be? (Asked of the members of this year's Ryder Cup Team)

By Jimmy Jemail

Tip From The Top

ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN GOLFERS

By Fay Crocker

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

CALIFORNIA COMERS

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD