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October 20, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Do you think it is right for Peru's Alex Olmedo to be selected for the U.S. Davis Cup team?

By Jimmy Jemail

Lady In A Man's Game

A lady in a man's game

Yesterday...Racer Gwenda Hawkes broke speed records as some wives break dishes

By Sherry Keen

Football's 4th Week

FOOTBALL'S 4TH WEEK

Compiled by Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS October 17 to October 23

Dallas Comeuppance

COMEUPPANCE IN DALLAS

Texas vengeance after years of Oklahoma mistreatment was the biggest but not the only spectacular news of a hectic football weekend. There was retribution in South Bend as a brave young Army team outplayed Notre Dame and achieved an even split in the two-year revival of this highly charged rivalry. In Michigan the blessings were mixed: Navy demonstrated to the University of Michigan that air power is a vital element in a sailor's arsenal; Michigan State salvaged regional pride by repulsing previously undefeated Pittsburgh. Anyone who saw these games or the games captured in the pictures on the left will understand the pleasures our "Field and Campus" correspondent describes below.

By Roy Terrell

World Series

BREAKING UP THE BRAVES

Spectacle

One Man's Way to Reach the Summit

Climber James McCarthy picks the tough spots on easy hills near home to prepare himself for real tests on big mountains of the world

By James McCarthy

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

REQUIEM FOR A FRIEND

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Preview: Hockey 1958-59

IT'S ALL MONTREAL

The Canadiens will romp to another National Hockey League title, barring a miracle

By Kenneth Rudeen

Dogs

Big dog in a little package

On the scales the Chihuahua is a lightweight, but in the dog world he is its fastest-rising favorite

By Virginia Kraft

Boxing

The Bubi of Berlin

He is Gustav Scholz, who beat TB to become European middleweight champion

By John Mulliken

Food

French sizzler on the platter

Two famous restaurant specialties of Paris—and some female observations about the male world of buying and cooking steak

By Mary Frost Mabon

Pro Football

They cry for Moore in Baltimore

Lenny Moore, that is, who provides one of the indispensable ingredients in a well-concocted recipe for bringing the Colts their first National Football League championship

By Tex Maule

Cards

Showdown for kibitzers

Two great U.S. bridge teams—the Rothleins and the Fishbeins—must have it out for a crack at the world title

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

Putting from off the edge

By Billy Maxwell

Automobiles

The new models wheel in

The automobile editor and the camera examine Detroit's 1959 cars, and find them to be generally long, low and fancy, although compact cars are having their innings, too

By Kenneth Rudeen

Shooting By Instinct

SHOOTING BY INSTINCT

Anyone can shoot like a TV Western hero after a one-hour lesson, and here's how

By Martin Kane

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

FANNY BLANKERS-KOEN SR. AND JR.

'Learn young; do old'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A roundup of the sports information of the week

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

faces in the crowd...