Forty-two years ago this week an extraordinary one-man football team, Charley Brickley, booted five field goals to score every one of Harvard's points over Yale. Cool and smiling, Brickley, one of the greatest field goal specialists in gridiron history, kicked his way to a 15-5 Crimson victory before more than 44,000 spectators, an enormous crowd for those days. It was the first Harvard win over Yale at Cambridge, and the first time since 1875 they had beaten Yale two years in succession.
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Nov. 21, 1955
IKE PUTTERS WITH A PUTTER, YALE'S NASSAU NEMESIS, RUNDOWN ON A NEW BOSS, THE LEARNED ECONOMIST VIEW OF SPORT, AND HOW AN OLD COACH SEES IT, TOM WATSON RECALLS A PITCH, FIGHTING GAR
Baltimore Rookie Fullback Alan (The Horse) Ameche shows the Chicago Bears that pro scouts can be wrong
- By David Mayer
Here is a satellite that shines brighter than the Soviet sun and which may eclipse the Russians at the 1956 Olympics. An SI writer who saw the Hungarians compete in Moscow and Warsaw reports on their startling performances: eight world records and a four-minute mile, just since May!
A top Olympic athlete demonstrates 14 preseason exercises which can help any skier get into condition
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