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December 05, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 23

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Louise Dyer Cover - Sports Illustrated December 05, 1955

December 05, 1955 | Charles (Chuck) Congdon
If I were to select one idea or thought for golfers of all playing abilities except perhaps the good golfer, it would be this: Develop an easy, relaxed manner of taking your grip, walking up to...

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December 05, 1955
Army beat Navy 14-6 (see page 22) and incidentally ended the Middies' dream of a holiday cruise to Dallas to test TCU and its high-powered running star, Jim Swink, in the Cotton Bowl.

December 05, 1955
The match race between Swaps and Nashua provided the biggest racing moment of 1955 and determined the year's top Thoroughbred

December 05, 1955 | Whitney Tower

December 05, 1955 | Alfred Wright
That was the Philadelphia Story last Saturday as Quarterback Don Holleder led Army to victory over Navy without benefit of passes and brought about a classic dressing-room jubilation

December 05, 1955
GREY CUP GAIETIES

December 05, 1955 | A. J. Liebling

December 05, 1955 | A. J. Liebling
Few men know, or love, the venerable sport of boxing better than A. J. Liebling, one of its greatest chroniclers and most knowledgeable historians. At a time when boxing is under indictment by...

December 05, 1955 | A. J. Liebling
These are some of the major articles on boxing which have been published in SI:

December 05, 1955 | A. J. Liebling
Some ancient boxing history; and of the neutral corner, which is to Stillman's Gym what the Castle Tavern was to the Fives Court, where fighters learned from fighters in old England

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December 05, 1955
Ivy League—Princeton (6-1-0)Yankee—Rhode Island (4-0-1)Southeastern—Mississippi (5-1-0)Southern—West Virginia (4-0-0)Southwest—Texas Christian (5-1-0)Border—Texas Tech (3-0-1)Big Ten—Ohio State...

December 05, 1955 | Martin Kane
SCORING A BOXING MATCH ADDS TO THE FUN AND CAN BE DONE, EVEN IN FRONT OF A TELEVISION SCREEN, IF YOU KNOW THE RULES

December 05, 1955 | Coles Phinizy
AMERICA'S DIM HOPES FOR ITS FIRST OLYMPIC FENCING TITLE ARE BRIGHTENED CONSIDERABLY BY TWO DETERMINED NEW BLADES

December 05, 1955 | Compiled by Ed Zern
C—clear water; SH—slightly high; FG—fishing good; FF—fishing fair; FP—fishing poor; OG—outlook good; OF—outlook fair; OVG—outlook very good.

December 05, 1955 | Dr. Robert W. McEwen
The president of little Hamilton College had a unique problem this past season: victory. The upstate New York school doesn't enjoy athletic success very often and when it does, it is stigmatized...

December 05, 1955
This season provides an irresistible galaxy of Christmas gifts never before available, all designed to make fun more fun. Eighty are on these pages

December 05, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
REAR ADMIRAL W. D. LEGGETTUSN (ret.)"History shows that some of each were tops. It takes balance to make the best Army or Navy officer. There is a premium today on physical vigor, but without...

December 05, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Do you agree that you should kill more deer to save the herd?

December 05, 1955 | James Murray
In the fourth quarter when it became all too apparent the Irish jig was up and the score was mounting by the minute, the priest sitting in tunnel four turned to his sport-jacketed companion....

December 05, 1955
A happy blending of two worlds creates an outstanding art exhibition

December 05, 1955 | Fred Russell
When Ray Morrison, one of football's greatest razzle-dazzlers, was coaching the Southern Methodist Mustangs in the early '30s, his aerial magic dominated the Southwest Conference. But it was after...

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[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

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10—Marshall Lockman14, 15—drawings by Ajay24, 25—Hy Peskin28, 29—Keystone, Sovfoto (3)32—European44, 46—drawings by Anthony Ravielli47—Bernie Cleff49—Ed Schultz51—I.N.P.52—diagram by Anthony...

December 05, 1955
Sirs:My congratulations on your progressive deer management article (SI, Nov. 21). If game and fish departments are ever relieved from political influences and uninformed "pressures," then they...

December 05, 1955
Two mountains, one mountain range, one lake, a small glacier, an arch, a meteorological station and one golf club have been named after Dr. John Oliver La Gorce of Washington, D.C., who is shown...

December 05, 1955 | Harry Phillips
In little more than a year of existence, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has already created a number of journalistic inventions—PREVIEW, CONVERSATION PIECE, YOU SHOULD KNOW, FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR among them.