Table of Contents

November 12, 1956

DOWN GOES STANFORD'S MR. BRODIE 16
UCLA's upset of Stanford and Passer Brodie was the highlight of football's seventh week. A report by JAMES MURRAY plus the college and pro roundups, HICKMAN'S HUNCHES and an analysis of pass patterns

SPECTACLE: THE ELITE AT LAUREL 20
Representative celebrities at trackside and ballroom are caught in brilliant COLOR at the International

THE PROS TAKE TO THE ICE 36
RUSSELL HOBAN paints hockey's drama and heartbreak, and WHITNEY TOWER reports on the season

THIS SPORTING WORLD 54
Some of the best games played by Olympic nations will never be seen at Melbourne. Here is a look at them

LEGENDARY LOULA 60
In words and a COLOR portrait a tribute to Loula Long Combs, queen of the horse shows. By HELEN MARKEL

THE CLUB THAT RIDES THE WAVES 62
Our footloose sportsman, HORACE SUTTON, visits Hawaii's Outrigger Club. With three pages IN COLOR

DUFFY WILL THINK OF SOMETHING 74
The character of Michigan State's coach is captured by GERALD HOLLAND in a warm, revealing portrait

THE DEPARTMENTS

•HOTBOX 7
•COMING EVENTS 10
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 25
•THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 29
•SCOREBOARD 45
•THE OUTDOOR WEEK 67
•TIP FROM THE TOP 81
•THE 19th HOLE 82
•PAT ON THE BACK 84

•Horse Shows: ALICE HIGGINS finds Mexico's Mariles back co-starring with the big jump at the Harrisburg show 53

•Motor Sports: KENNETH RUDEEN reports on the SCCA's final 1956 race at Palm Springs, California 58

•Sporting Look: The latest thing in surfing is knee-length makaha pants 72

Acknowledgments on page 59

COVER: TOM MAENTZ AND RON KRAMER

Photograph by John G. Zimmerman

Michigan's big ends are even more formidable than they look. Captain Tom Maentz was the leading pass receiver and punter on his team last year. Left End Ron Kramer has already won two letters each in football, basketball and track. As Illinois will find out this Saturday (see page 50), no college team boasts a better pair.

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