Oct. 03, 1955
Oct. 03, 1955

Table of Contents
Oct. 3, 1955

Events & Discoveries
  • High up in a rain-spattered stadium in Maryland, a West Coast football father gets a demonstration (7-0) that a big, rough line is a greater asset on a muddy field than all the talent and tutoring built into UCLA's impressive young back

The Wonderful World Of Sport
  • For nearly 50 years mountaineers of many nations tried in vain to climb "the most difficult and dangerous mountain in the world." This is the story of how a nine-man British expedition finally succeeded. It is told by one of the four who reached the top

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


2—Jerry Cooke
6—Bill Young
12, 13—drawings by Ajay
26, 27—top, Herald Tribune photo by James Kavallines; bottom, Hy Peskin
30—Ed Stein
35—Hy Peskin
40—A.P., Jack Klinge—Austin American-Statesman
51—map by Fred Eng
56—Underwood & Underwood, U.P.
61—drawing by Robert Riger
64—Tony Triolo, Emerson Humphrey

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