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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Which was the greatest race horse of all time?

By Jimmy Jemail

Professional Basketball

PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL Games through Dec. 31

Whaleboats

A Whaleman's Holiday Was Rugged Sport

Yesterday...whalers raced on their days off, testing their boats and their mettle

By Henry Beetle Hough

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S 7TH WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 6 to November 12

Sword Dancer

SWORD DANCER PROVES HIS POINT

As if to silence any last doubters, the Horse of the Year won the race of the year by a smashing seven lengths over Round Table

By Whitney Tower

WARFARE WINS THE RICH ONE IN NEW JERSEY

By William Leggett

THE SENATOR STOPS JAMIN IN CALIFORNIA

By Frank McCulloch

Spectacle

Weekend at Harvard

They pretend to be indifferent toward football at Harvard but, as the following pictures show, they always have a big time at the Yale game

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

ALL YOURS, PROFESSORS

Wonderful World Of Sport

RAILBIRDS IN JAPAN

GAGGLE OF ELEGANCE GLISTENS IN THE SUN

Pheasants

PLENITUDE BY THE PLATTE

Pheasants are back in Nebraska, 9 million strong, thanks to land management

By Richard Alden Knight

Football

TIGER ON THE PROWL

A blazing, 89-yard punt return by Billy Cannon, the pride of Baton Rouge, beat Mississippi and kept LSU undefeated

By Kenneth Rudeen

FALCON ON THE WING

Alert as its namesake, a fine young Air Force football team gained a tie and a moral victory in its first game with Army

By Roy Terrell

REVOLT IN THE RAIN

A Wall Of 49ers

A WALL OF 49ERS

San Francisco's pros, playing near-perfect defensive football, shut out the explosive Rams in early October. Here is how they may do it again when the teams meet Sunday in the Los Angeles Coliseum

By Tex Maule

Travel

How to lose tourists

Meeting in Havana, travel agents learn firsthand why Cuba is a place to detour

By Horace Sutton

Cards

He forgot to duck

By Charles Goren

Food

Pointers on partridge

This Milwaukee sportsman has a very special way to prepare ruffed grouse

By Norton Wood

Tip From The Top

The late hit

By Bill Wotherspoon

Up And Down

UP SQUASH! DOWN BASEBALL!

In eastern colleges some sports confer status, and others destroy it. Surprisingly, skiing and polo are on the descending escalator. Football, contrarily, got so far Down it had to go Up

By Stephen Birmingham

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

ALLEN B. DU MONT

'Relax and concentrate'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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