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NOW IN NOVEMBER

Nov. 05, 1956
Nov. 05, 1956

Table of Contents
Nov. 5, 1956

Acknowledgments
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
You Should Know
Sailing
The Footloose Sportsman
  • Our newest national park is a Caribbean isle brimful of breadfruit, beaches and birdsong—a paradise for skin-divers, fishermen and seekers of peace

The Outdoor Week
Sports Car Bazaar
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper
Pat On The Back

NOW IN NOVEMBER

College football now enters the homestretch with the type on the form chart as thoroughly pied as the most impish fan could wish. Of the original Eleven Best Elevens, Oklahoma, of course, remains unchallenged—indeed untested. After their crunching 40-0 victory over a Notre Dame team that had dared to nurse thoughts of an upset, the conclusion was inescapable: they are certainly the team of the year, if not the decade or possibly all time. Georgia Tech, too, has yet to show signs of frailty, but their worst days are still ahead, particularly against unbeaten and untied Tennessee. Elsewhere, all the mighty have fallen. Last Saturday's activities saw Illinois deliver the blow to Michigan State, which for one glorious week had enjoyed a national ranking ahead of Oklahoma. In lesser decrees the other upsets followed: Michigan at the hands of Minnesota, USC to Stanford, Mississippi to Arkansas, TCU to Miami, Yale to Colgate.

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