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December 1, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Ski Guide

Guide to Ski Areas

Homemade Mountains

Homemade Mountains

In the Midwest only money and earth movers stand between people and skiing

Football's 10th Week

FOOTBALL'S 10TH WEEK

Compiled by Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 28 to December 4

Pro Football

LOVE AFFAIR IN BALTIMORE

The Colts rule the West, and the home-town fans don't fear the East

By Tex Maule

Pro Golf

ERIN AND THE TOREADOR

The golfing world's pro team championship was gallantly carried off by the Irish, and individual honors went to a potato-loving Spanish farmer

By Gwilym Brown

Spectacle

Signals Up for the Snowball Express

This is the skier's season, when the snow trains start hooting their way into the snow country loaded with skis

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

TENNIS? IT'S JUMPING

HANDSOME JOHANSSON PAYS A SECRET VISIT

His unheralded journey from Sweden to New York should lead to a fight with Floyd Patterson

By Gilbert Rogin

A GOOD MAN GETS BAD NEWS

Tuberculosis has perhaps ended the playing days of Red Schoendienst, Milwaukee's great second baseman

By Walter Bingham

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Ski Preview

HIGH, WHITE AND WONDERFUL

The fun at Sun Valley, the country's luxury ski resort, is the fun that attracts millions to skiing every season, but here it's really done with a difference

By Mort Lund

INVENTIONS FOR THE SLOPE

This year the skier will find more inventive ski equipment than ever for better safety and performance

On Field And Campus

THE REALM OF HONEST ABE

In the land of the Alamo and the upset, Coach Abe Martin and his Texas Christian Horned Frogs again won the title

By Roy Terrell

Pro Basketball

What's happened to the Knicks?

A last-place team for three straight seasons, New York leads the league. Here's why

By Jeremiah Tax

Hockey

Boston's bold Bruins

When they're bad they're very, very good, but when they're good, they're horrid—that's the hockey philosophy of the Hub

By Kenneth Rudeen

Cards

Anyone can win the Cadillac

At the Fall Nationals in Detroit they have some all-comers events that sound enticing

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

Playing the intentional fade

By Buck Luce

Food

Newfangled classic

Italian risotto proves easy to make with electric control

By Mary Frost Mabon

Obiter Dicta

OBITER DICTA EX CATHEDRA

Or, some passing remarks from the halls of science by a wise and witty man who proves that the ivory tower has a view—including a view of sports. And so we introduce Dr. Vannevar Bush, spectator sports expert, chairman of the corporation of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, leader of scientists—and a host of his colleagues, whose interests, as shown here, range from boxing through sailing to driving hot cars

By Vannevar Bush

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

RICHARD J. DALEY

'Ready and eager'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

faces in the crowd...