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November 23, 1959 Table Of Contents

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Schedules

SKI SCHEDULE

The leading championships and meets, January through March

Midwest Mountains

A Multiplicity of Minor Mountains

A host of sparkling new ski resorts are sprouting in the knobby midwest hills

New Ski Facilities

Scoreboad

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S 9TH WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 20 to November 26

Why The Browns Will Win

WHY THE BROWNS WILL WIN

Those Browns—Cleveland, Paul and Jim—are headed for the Eastern pro football title on defense and an attack wise in the use of diversity

By Tex Maule

Solid Virtue

SOLID VIRTUE IN WISCONSIN

Illinois resisted the message and won an eleventh-hour victory at Madison, but the Badgers, heirs to stalwart tradition, still may muddle through to the Rose Bowl

By Kenneth Rudeen

Wonderful World Of Sport

SWINGING SENIORS

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS

'BUT I WAS ALONE'

A gallant grandmother turns back after catastrophe strikes a unique Himalayan ascent

'BEAU'

Trotting

Exit the beau

Jamin and Jean Riaud lost their last race in America, but the two will be remembered

By James Murray

Horse Racing

Those international troubles

A U.S. victory in the fancy invitational at Laurel Race Course was again sadly overshadowed by accident and chaos

By Whitney Tower

Motor Sports

Battle of the compacts

A Rambler drew first blood, but it was hard to choose between Falcons and Corvairs

By Alfred Wright

Tip From The Top

The wristwatch check

By Pat Devany

Horse Show

A castle in the sky

At the National, Windsor not only jumped highest and best but sold for the most ever

By Alice Higgins

Cards

'I love mathematicians, but...'

By Charles Goren

Ski Preview

WEST TO THE SIERRA

As the 1960 ski season gets under way, Sports Illustrated presents a winter preview, including a report on the Olympic boom in the Sierra, ski fashions at Squaw Valley and the latest equipment

By Robert Wernick

Fashioned for a banner year

By Fred R. Smith

Structuring for the skier

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

EARL THACKER

'No better life'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...