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The Wonderful World Of Sport

Oct. 22, 1956
Oct. 22, 1956

Table of Contents
Oct. 22, 1956

Table of Contents
Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Waterfowl Preview
The Outdoor Week
Golf
Tip From The Top
Acknowledgments
Horse Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Sporting Look
Pat On The Back

The Wonderful World Of Sport

FOOTBALL IS FAMILY
Joint family pride shines across the faces of Oklahoma's Sophomore Center Bob Harrison and his aunt after Bob's solid contributions to Oklahoma's impressive dispatch of Texas 45-0 last Saturday. Like many a detoothed lineman, Bob removes bridgework for games

This is an article from the Oct. 22, 1956 issue Original Layout

BOLD RULER OF THE 2-YEAR-OLDS
Down Belmont's Widener chute, Wheatley Stable's Bold Ruler pulls away from a sparkling field to win the Belmont Futurity and establish himself as the winter-book choice for next year's Kentucky Derby (see page 62). Among the fine two-year-olds he beat last Saturday are Greek Game (12), Amarullah (6), Iron Liege (8), Cohoes (11) and Nashville (1A)

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING?
Not at all. These members of Omaha's Optimists Club are trying to touch their toes without bending their keees—one of the six Kraus-Weber Physical Fitness Tests. When 42% of Omaha youngsters failed the K-W Tests recently, adults decided they were probably out of condition too. The result: a voluntary, city-wide keep-fit program for all ages

PHOTOJOHN G. ZIMMERMAN54 GETS CONGRATULATIONS OF AUNT, MRS. H.V. CROWDER, AFTER GREETING MOTHER (TWEED SHOULDER, RIGHT)PHOTORICHARD MEEKTWO PHOTOSJACK CLARKBABY EYES the photographer warily as backyard barbecue guests of the Rev. Edward Brantz in suburban Omaha do their exercises before eating.