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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Is the best football in the U.S. played in the Big Ten?

By Jimmy Jemail

Wood Sounds

Wood Sounds on a Dark Night

Most spooky outdoor noises are eerie but usually innocent

By Edmund Ware Smith

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 21 to November 30

Football's 9th Week

FOOTBALL'S 9TH WEEK

Compiled by Mervin Hyman

International Confusion

INTERNATIONAL CONFUSION

America's most important race—from the popular foreign point of view—turned the Laurel course into a wild battleground for 10 weary Thoroughbreds and their tense riders

By Whitney Tower

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

BASEBALL COATTAILS ON FIRE

On Field And Campus

BEST OF THE TOUGHEST

Iowa's Hawkeyes still looked like Big Ten champions despite that loss to Ohio State

By Roy Terrell

Preview

Annual Appointment

Army's wide-open offense matches Navy's, as for the last time the two monopolize claims to the service title

By Tex Maule

Scouting Reports

ARMY

The Cadets have been the standout team in the East all fall, and only a tie with Pitt slightly mars their record. Their backfield is tremendously fast but no more dangerous than their passing

NAVY

The Midshipmen are not as big and tough as Army, but Coach Eddie Erdelatz' team boasts one of the nation's best passing attacks. Navy has lost only twice despite many serious injuries

Pro Football

Giants' Killer

Sam Huff, a gentle soul from West Virginia, lends ferocity to the Giants

By Tex Maule

Food

Crab legs, San Francisco style

A giant Alaska crab provides the makings of some famous California dishes

By Mary Frost Mabon

Horse Show

German cliffhanger

The exciting West German riders came from behind to win at New York's National

By Alice Higgins

Motor Sports

Old tiger on top

Tony Bettenhausen drives through the Phoenix dust to his second national title

By Kenneth Rudeen

Cards

A delicate creative art

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

Restraining excessive body action

By Shirley Spork

Sporting Look

Clothes for sand or snow

Sports Illustrated presents a 15-page preview off the latest winter fashions to help the traveler choose

By Fred R. Smith

Fitness

A double challenge

49 Two ropes are more versatile than one and can substitute for a chinning bar

By Bonnie Prudden

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

DOUGLAS N. ROGERS

'This is my life work'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A roundup of the sports information this week

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

faces in the crowd...