Nov. 22, 1954
Nov. 22, 1954

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Nov. 22, 1954

Under 21
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

Table of Contents
  • On Oct. 29th Vince Martinez knocked out Carmine Fiore at Madison Square Garden. Four thousand fans were at ringside, millions saw the fight on television, but none was aware of the dirty drama that served as a prologue. SI tells this story for the first time and demands again: boxing's dirty business must be cleaned up now

The Wonderful World Of Sport
  • Co-eds at Ohio University had a game of the week, too—their eighth annual Powder Bowl football game for the Runyon Fund

A Place To Be
Kaibab Deer
No. 44
  • 44 55

    If you're watching football on television this Saturday, you might pay a little extra attention to Michigan's No. 44. He's no All-American, but he's pretty good. Mostly he's a nice kid who loves the game. No. 44 is a typical example of college football players everywhere.

Gift List I
Baseball Draft
Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Co-eds at Ohio University had a game of the week, too—their eighth annual Powder Bowl football game for the Runyon Fund

Homework for game included sitting up nights, sewing numbers on sweatshirts.

This is an article from the Nov. 22, 1954 issue Original Layout

Alpha Xi Delta girls got coaching in the forward pass from willing male.

Kicks and catches thrilled crowd. At left, Kay Sears launches punt. Above, Halfback Joan Stricker of the Pi Beta Phis, who played on both offensive and defensive platoons, makes catch. Alert Alpha Xi Delta defenders stopped her a moment later. Game was played under touch-football rules.

Correct stance for line play was taught to Marge Sisk, an offensive tackle for Alpha Xi Delta, by persevering volunteer.

For eight years the football season's first Bowl game has been the Powder Bowl contest between girl teams of Ohio University at Athens. This year's game was distinguished by a touchdown, the first scored since 1951, which gave victory to Alpha Xi Delta, 7-0, over Pi Beta Phi. Most games have ended in ties, but this year Right Halfback Barb Watson won with a stirring 32-yard sweep around right end.

Cheeks smooched with charcoal to cut glare, Linda Callahan, Pi Beta Phi defensive tackle, followed game grimly.

Officials started the game with full, stiff-necked dignity, but toward the end decorum began to seem out of place.