Showing 1 - 10 of 58 Stories for Herman Hickman
Long before Sohrab and his mighty father Rustum fought their memorable battle on the sands of Oxus, the javelin, or spear, was an instrument of sports and an ...
It is a brave man who dips a hand into the treacherous whirlpools of Great Lakes football and plucks out preseason favorites. Traditionally, the toughest and most ...
Free substitution had its points, but football is a better game without it.
The Tennessee general has sent fine coaches to a lot of U.S. colleges.
The other day my cousin Albert Lee Childress down in Knoxville sent me two East Tennessee country hams and asked me to explain to him how the Split T ...
In 1909 a giant by the name of Ralph Rose set the shot-put record at 51 feet. This was the one mark, said the pundits, that would never be broken.
A FINAL ACCOUNTING
The old football soothsayer reviews a season in which the unexpected was the rule and brings on some coaching friends to help figure out what happened.
CALDWELL OF PRINCETON
When Princeton Coach Charles W. Caldwell Jr. died of cancer last Friday, at the age of 55, college football lost one of its finest figures. In an era of Ts, split-Ts ...
HERMAN HICKMAN SAYS:
Having just returned from a West Coast football weekend, let me offer some impressions. These are not happy days for the Pacific Coast Conference, where the ...