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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Should college football players be housed in athletic dormitories apart from the rest of the student body?

By Jimmy Jemail

Mr. Rockne

'Mr. Rockne Would Have Liked That'

Yesterday...in South Bend, Knute Rockne took up dancing, one Live Wire protégé recalls fondly

By Esther Brown

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 18 to September 24

Have the GIANTS had it? Can the DODGERS take it? Will the BRAVES make it?

The most hectic pennant race in years poses the biggest questions in baseball. This week the three teams fighting for the National League lead meet to find out the answers

By Roy Terrell

LOS ANGELES INTERLUDE

AN ABSENCE OF HOMEBREDS

An Aussie and a Brazilian won the U. S. tennis titles as the natives just watched

By William F. Talbert

DEDICATED AND AVAILABLE

HEIGHT OF THE DOG DAYS

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

THROW THE MUGS OUT

Wonderful World Of Sport

SUMMER IS ALSO TRANQUILLITY

Football

CURTAIN GOING UP!

As time runs out on practice fields the nation awaits the triumphs and vicissitudes of the new football season

Spectacle

Football under the Lights

Deepened colors, exuberant cheerleaders, the gala look of a floodlit stadium are prime ingredients in the South's favorite after-dark festivity

How To Watch Football

HOW TO WATCH FOOTBALL

A few basic pointers on where to direct your eyes so that you can follow the fine points of the game

By Alfred Wright

Scouting Reports

THE ELEVEN BEST ELEVENS

The onetime Galloping Ghost grabs the crystal ball and dashes for a prognostic touchdown with his selections of the top college teams plus a few thoughts on the kind of football ahead

By Red Grange

THE EAST

Deficient in muscle power, the East has old rivalries, color

THE SOUTH

Fans may not like it, but rugged defenses rule down in Dixie

THE MIDWEST

Midwesterners point with pride to tall corn and fine football

THE SOUTHWEST

Upsets are the rule not the exception in a flamboyant area

THE WEST

The brave new AAWU rises from the ashes of the strife-torn PCC

Small Colleges

SMALL COLLEGES

They may be small and they may belong to either the NCAA or NAIA, but it is hard to beat them for spirit and enthusiasm

Don't Get Hutch Mad

DON'T LET HUTCH GET MAD

Cincinnati's manager is a mild man—and his pitchers work hard to keep him that way

By Roy Terrell

Cards

Discretion is the better part of valor

Some thoughts on defensive bidding, in which our bridge expert points out that while counterattacking is vital it must never be done without a definite purpose in mind

By Charles Goren

Food

Chicken in the red

From the town of Satoraljaujhely, above the Bodrog River, comes this authentic and delicious Hungarian paprika recipe

By Evan Jones

Track

Tired and talkative

U.S. track men, worn at the end of a long season, explain their subpar performances

By Tex Maule

Horse Racing

Lightning down the stretch

Galobar, a 2-year-old quarter horse, sprints down a straightaway to win the country's richest race per yard

By Ed Ellinger

Golf

College for caddies

Out on Nantucket a very special camp is solving one of golf's toughest problems

By Gwilym Brown

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

CURTIS JACKSON ALDERSON

'In an atmosphere of learning'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur R. Murphy Jr.

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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