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Pigskin Panorama

Football seemed touched with a high-scoring flavor in the country's major games except the midfield tug-of-war staged by Navy and Duke at Baltimore. That ended in a 6-6 tie.

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for games of Saturday, November 16

Pro Parade

This is the time in the season when the wheat usually leaves the chaff in the NFL. This year there is almost no chaff, so the turnstiles are whirring as have-nots like San Francisco and Pittsburgh scramble the standings

By Tex Maule

From The Flyways

FROM THE FLYWAYS

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS NOV. 15-NOV. 24

a+$+x+f+b

a+$+x+f+b = Invincibility

This formula belongs to Oklahoma, where it was developed to equate with unbeatable football. It is explained below

By Tex Maule

MEETING AT THE SUMMIT

The year's most decisive race gives Bold Ruler revenge, prestige and some championship votes

By Whitney Tower

Spectacle

THEY'RE ROLLING AT RIVERSIDE

Glamour and speed are in prospect at the rugged new Riverside, Calif. road course on the fringe of the Mohave Desert, where the last national Sports Car Club of America race meeting of the season will be held this weekend

By Kenneth Rudeen

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

DONALD CAMPBELL: A NEW RECORD, A NEW GOAL, CHICAGO FLIRTS WITH FOOTBALL, WHEN MEN BEBOME MISSILES, RODEOING AS A TOUGH SPORT, THE BIG FRISBEE RALLY

Bowling

10 SECRETS OF BOWLING

Whether you already average 200, would like to, or simply seek fun and companionship on the lanes, here is a revolutionary guide for you—16 illustrated pages in which Bowling Editor Victor Kalman presents in detail, for the first time, the scientific style of the sport's greatest figure. Your game is bound to improve after you learn the 10 SECRETS OF BOWLING

By Don Carter

Football's Eighth Week

ON THE BOWL'S RIM

Boxing

AFTER YOU, ALPHONSE

Mexico's hero, Raul Macias, conceded the long-disputed world bantamweight championship to a cool little Frenchman

By Martin Kane

Outboards

The Outboard Outburst

Engines and boats are bigger for 1958, but the biggest news is the first diesel outboard ever

By Thomas H. Lineaweaver

THE BEAGLE CALL

Melodic and clear, it is a siren voice of autumn that lures followers over fence and field in pursuit of the hare

Dan Hodge: Boxer

DAN HODGE: BOXER

America's best wrestler has turned boxer—here is the story of his amateur debut the other night before a Kansas fight crowd

By Don Granger

Tip From The Top

ESPECIALLY FOR LOW-HANDICAP PLAYERS

By Ralph Hutchison

Cards On The Table

DEPRESSED BY THE ANGELS

By Charles Goren

19 Caterpillar walk makes you as limber as a child

By Bonnie Prudden

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Much has been said about the poor physical condition of our boys and girls, but what can be said about that of their parents?

By Jimmy Jemail

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS take over

Pat On The Back

UPPER ECHELON

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD