13—Hy Peskin, U.P.I. (2), A.P. (2), Central Press, Cardinali Studio
14, 15—Art Shay (2), A.P.
17—John G. Zimmerman, Joe Kordick-Chicago Sun-Times (2)
22, 23—Stan Wayman-LIFE, Tony Vaccaro (2), George Skadding-LIFE
25—drawing by Ajay
27—Henry B. Whealdon
32, 33—Brian Seed
35—Bert Morgan (2), Mike Sirico
36—Bert Morgan (2), Henry Miller, Whitney Tower
42, 43—Art Shay
50—Los Angeles Times
58—Jerry Buckley, Tony Triolo
59—Stevenson Studios, Manuel Kean
60—Buzz Taylor, William R. Whitteker
61—Bill Kofender, Paul Siegel
62, 63—Brian Seed
65—R. C. Payne
66—The Bettmann Archive
69, 70 (left), 72—Underwood & Underwood
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Oct. 27, 1958
A young Chicagoan had one of those days that every American boy dreams about. He was the star of the big game, heard a great crowd shouting his name, basked in the adulation of friends, had a date with a pretty girl. In a week of big upsets—Purdue over Michigan State, Tulane over Navy, Iowa over Wisconsin, Rice over SMU, Washington State over Oregon and Georgia Tech's tie with Auburn—Dick Thornton of Northwestern played a major role in the biggest of all.
'They kept me young'