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PAT ON THE BACK

Nov. 12, 1956
Nov. 12, 1956

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1956

Down Goes Mr. Brodie
Spectacle
  • In five years the Washington International and its entrants from overseas have brought new brilliance to the U.S. racing atmosphere

Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Hickman's Hunches
Horses
This Sporting World
Motor Sports
Acknowledgments
The Outdoor Week
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In a California deer hunt anything goes, but anything doesn't if the quarry is bear. A goose is cooked in Nebraska, the whooper is debated in Washington, in Oregon it rains elk

Sporting Look
Duffy Daugherty
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

THE MAJORS FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Majors' six children (top: John, Joe, Bill; bottom: Shirley Ann, Bobby, Larry) are all involved in football. John, 22, a tailback at the University of Tennessee, is an All-America prospect; Joe, 20, a freshman quarterback at Florida State; and Bill, 18, and Larry, 15, are high school tailbacks. Mr. Majors has a 34-game winning streak going at Huntland (Tenn.) High School where he coaches football and where Shirley Ann, 16, is a cheerleader and Bobby, 7, mascot.

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1956 issue Original Layout

CASUAL CHAMPS
The winners of the National 20-Goal Polo Tournament at Milwaukee accept their trophy from Mrs. Robert Uihlein Jr. while her husband looks on. The victors, whose polo handicap is limited to a total of 20, are Stanley Taylor, captain from Brandywine, Pa., with a six-goal rating; Billy Mayer, a seven-goal-rated competitor from Chicago; Ray Harrington, seven-goal player from Kennett Square, Pa., and Jim Kraml Jr., a student at the University of Illinois who holds no polo handicap.

TWO PHOTOS