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PRO HOCKEY SCHEDULE

For this year and through March 1958

Old Masters

MODERN OLD MASTERS

Students at Chicago's famed Art Institute depict today's sports in the styles of the past

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS OCT. 25-NOV. 3

Pigskin Panorama

In football's wildest week of upsets, only Oklahoma's 44th straight win and news of a player named John Barefoot losing his shoe in New Mexico seemed true to form

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for games of Saturday, October 26

By Herman Hickman

Pro Parade

John Unitas, shunned by the Pittsburgh Steelers, is the mover in the surprising strength of Baltimore. The rifle-armed kid from the steel country is the most effective passer in the NFL through the first four games

By Tex Maule

From The Flyways

FROM THE FLYWAYS

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Hockey

THE HOCKEY REBELLION

The players have sued their National Hockey League bosses for $3 million. Here Dan Parker, the hard-hitting sports editor of the 'New York Mirror,' explains the controversy that led to the suit and cites other reasons why the owners are skating on thin ice

By Dan Parker

Spectacle

A WALK INTO AUTUMN

By John O'Reilly

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

AUTUMN ACROSS THE LAND, PENNSYLVANIA GIVES MUGGSY TAYLOR THE GREEN LIGHT, BATTLE OF WALDEN, NEJI WINS AGAIN, THE ROARING ROAD IN YOUR LIVING ROOM

Football's Fifth Week

WHEN THRONES TOPPLE

Preview

CACTUS JACK AND HIS KOKOMOS

Utah's Coach Curtice, with a wild and wonderful offense, has revolutionized football in the air-minded Skyline Conference

By Tex Maule

Angler's New Angle

AN ANGLER'S NEW ANGLE

A boat builder named Rybovich and a sportsman named Peters studied every angling angle and brought forth a harmony of hull, power and tower named 'Lazy Bones III'

By Thomas H. Lineaweaver

Conversation Piece

REBEL ON HORSEBACK

Humberto Mariles, the Mexican general who refuses to fade away, is back in the U.S. again to prove—by winning—that his equestrian principles are sound as well as sensational

By Alice Higgins

World's Richest Horse Race

WHO WILL WIN THE $149,734?

When the Garden State test for two-year-olds is run off this Saturday in New Jersey, the wheel of fortune may point out the 1957 champion; it will send one of these hopeful owners home with the year's biggest haul in prize money

Cards On The Table

LEGERDEMAIN AT THE BRIDGE TABLE

By Charles Goren

Retrievers

'FETCH, FIDO—OR ELSE!'

If Fido is a retriever, there's no need to yell. Here a happy owner sings praises to this educated breed

By Ed Zern

Sporting Look

Warmth Without Weight

Foam and fibers now do for man what fur and feathers do for beast and fowl—insulate him against the roughest winter's day

16 The tiger stretch makes you supple and graceful

By Bonnie Prudden

A part of life

By Gary Cooper

Tip From The Top

FOR ALL GOLFERS EXCEPT LOW-HANDICAP PLAYERS

By Billy Burke

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: I believe a water barrier exists somewhere under 225 mph—do you?

By Jimmy Jemail

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

SHEILA WILLCOX

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD