Dec. 03, 1956
Dec. 03, 1956

Table of Contents
Dec. 3, 1956

The Melbourne Olympics
Events & Discoveries
The Titans Were Tied
  • 'Navy beware' is the message to be read between the lines in what Earl Blaik has to say as he gets his Cadets ready to face the favored Middies in Philadelphia this Saturday in the 57th meeting of the two great rivals

Scouting Reports
Sport In Art
  • Rousseau's quaintly mustachioed soccer players

The Outdoor Week
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In Montana state fish and game officials war on the fibbing military, in Michigan a National Skeet Champion breaks an expensive bird, while in New Brunswick a deer-jacker shoots with strange result

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper
Mail Order Gourmet
Pat On The Back


Affairs of state take a holiday as Ethiopia's Emperor Haile Selassie (left) proves to be as adept as his smiling host, Japan's Crown Prince Akihito, at unfamiliar sport of snaring ducks with a net at Imperial Hunting Ground in Saitama Prefecture, near Tokyo.

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State of affairs is of little concern to Adlai Stevenson, shown with his prize after shoot at South Carolina plantation.

Basket-Stuffing Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain gives Kansas fans a preview of what they can expect to see this winter.

Olympic oath is delivered by Australia's John Landy, on behalf of more than 4,000 athletes, at the opening ceremonies.

Driving finish carries John A. Morris' Missile (center) home first by comfortable 2½ lengths in $82,605 Pimlico Futurity.

Sails billowing against a white-clouded background, squat-bodied little Finisterre heads for sea off Miami coast.