14 The World Series
Great baseball was no longer a cliché, thanks to the Braves. By Robert Creamer
This is an article from the Oct. 13, 1958 issue
22 Spectacle: Ohio State Who's Who
Were you there for the Iowa game last November? If so, find yourself and your reward
33 Meet Lonesome George
Football's big names and major upsets have lost the spotlight to Army's new offense
38 Foreigners Are Closing the Gap
And U.S. golfers will be hard pressed to stay up front in '58, reports Herbert Warren Wind
58 How to Cook Wild Birds
The touches that make wildfowl delicious, fondly told by Amateur Chef Frederick Wildman
62 Revival at Tuxedo Park
A $1 million golf course puts life into one of society's famous resorts. By George Plimpton
68 The Coach: Too Big a Man?
Gerald Holland hears Boogey Man Blenheim discuss the pressures and rewards of his job
6 Football's 3rd Week
12 Coming Events
27 Events & Discoveries
50 Pro Football
56 Charles Goren
86 19th Hole
88 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 11
Cover: Ohio State football
The oom-pah of the band is a major part of the football pageant, especially at Ohio State, where the tooters on this week's cover toot. Their loyal fans are on page 22.
Photograph by Jerry Cooke
•In a spectacular sequence in color, weekend cliffhanger James McCarthy employs his spider's web of ropes to conquer a six-foot overhang in rugged rock-climbing country.
•From South Bend, Dallas and East Lansing, on-the-spot reports of the three major games of the week: Notre Dame-Army, Oklahoma-Texas, Michigan State-Pitt.
•Lucky McDaniel's "instinct shooting" method teaches you to shoot with amazing accuracy from hip or shoulder. Graduate Student Martin Kane tells how.