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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Oct. 04, 1954
Oct. 04, 1954

Table of Contents
Oct. 4, 1954

Pat On The Back
  • Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines

Under 21
Sportsman
Table of Contents
Spectacle
  • A champion who was very nearly crippled a few days before the race takes charge of the Kentucky Derby of standardbred pacing—and prevents a filly from upsetting a nine-year-old tradition

Soundtrack
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Treasure Diver
Motor Sports
Bowling
Fisherman's Calendar
Column Of The Week
Baseball
Acknowledgments
Horse Racing
Health
  • An engineer turned gymnast eliminates the grunt and groan from exercises and builds balanced bodies instead of bulging biceps

Golf
Yesterday
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Last Laugh

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

4-top, Angus McDougall, Bill Young-San Francisco Chronicle; bottom, Palm Springs News Bureau, Dudley Brumbach-Cleveland Plain Dealer
6-George Heinz-Cleveland Plain Dealer
9-Gregory Hemingway, International
10-left, George Karger; right-Robert Capa (2); bottom, M. J. Dain from Rapho-Guillumette
14-Mark Kauffman
15-Associated Press, United Press
16-Alfred Eisenstaedt-LIFE, Associated Press (2), International (2), United Press
17-Associated Press, Ray Matjasic-Cleveland Plain Dealer, Associated Press
23-Drawings by Ajay
25-United Press
26, 27-top, Arthur Shay, Horace Bristol; bottom, Israel Shenker, Louisville Courier-Journal photo by Robert Steinau, Robert Barsky
45-Reece Winstone
55-Detroit Free Press
58-left, United Press
60-Laughead Photographers
61-Ed Jones-Birmingham News, Laughead Photographers (2)
64-United Press, drawings by Mitzi Melnicoff
68-United Press, Bob Mayette
73-top, Leonard McCombe-LIFE, Jay Leviton, Peter Stackpole-LIFE, Francis Miller-LIFE, United Press; bottom, Leonard McCombe-LIFE
74-bottom, International
75-Underwood & Underwood
76-Associated Press
77-Eddy Baker-Bangor News
79-bottom, Mark Kauffman

This is an article from the Oct. 4, 1954 issue