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Dec. 08, 1958
Dec. 08, 1958

Table of Contents
Dec. 8, 1958

Coming Events
Spectacle
Scouting Reports
Phi Bete?
Decade
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Contents

24 Game for The Birds
Columnist Shirley Povich decries today's brand of basketball

This is an article from the Dec. 8, 1958 issue

28 Portfolio of Action
In brilliant color and black and white, two exciting games

75 All-America or Phi Bete?
Minnesota's Ron Johnson tells what basketball means to him

41-72 Scouting Reports

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Adams State

65

Alabama

48

Arizona

60

Arizona State

60

Arkansas

52

Army

70

Auburn

48

Baylor

52

Boston College

70

Boston U.

70

Bowling Green

56

Bradley

59

Brigham Young

62

Brown

43

Bucknell

45

Butler

71

California

68

Canisius

70

Cincinnati

59

Citadel

46

Clemson

51

Colgate

70

College of Pacific

66

Colorado College

65

Colorado Mines

65

Colorado State College

65

Colorado State U.

62

Colorado U.

58

Colorado Western

65

Columbia

43

Connecticut

42

Cornell

43

Dartmouth

43

Davidson

46

Dayton

71

Denver

62

DePaul

71

Detroit

71

Drake

59

Duke

51

Duquesne

70

Eastern Kentucky

53

East Tennessee State

53

Florida

48

Florida State

72

Fordham

71

Fresno State

72

Furman

46

Georgetown

72

George Washington

46

Georgia

48

Georgia Tech

48

Gonzaga

72

Grambling

60

Hardin-Simmons

60

Harvard

43

Holy Cross

70

Houston

59

Idaho

68

Idaho State

65

Illinois

54

Indiana

54

Iowa

54

Iowa State

58

Kansas

58

Kansas State

58

Kent State

56

Kentucky

48

Lafayette

45

LaSalle

45

Lehigh

45

Louisiana State

48

Louisville

72

Loyola (Calif.)

66

Loyola (Ill.)

71

Loyola (La.)

72

Maine

42

Manhattan

70

Marquette

71

Marshall

56

Maryland

51

Massachusetts

42

Memphis State

72

Miami (Fla.)

72

Miami (Ohio)

56

Michigan

54

Michigan State

54

Middle Tennessee

53

Minnesota

54

Mississippi

48

Mississippi State

48

Missouri

58

Montana

62

Montana State

72

Morehead State

53

Muhlenberg

45

Murray State

53

Navy

71

Nebraska

58

New Hampshire

42

New Mexico

62

New Mexico A&M

60

NYU

70

Niagara

70

North Carolina

51

North Carolina State

51

North Texas State

59

Northwestern

54

Notre Dame

71

Ohio State

54

Ohio U.

56

Oklahoma

58

Oklahoma City

72

Oklahoma State

58

Oregon

68

Oregon State

68

Penn

43

Penn State

71

Pepperdine

66

Pittsburgh

70

Portland

72

Princeton

43

Providence

70

Purdue

54

Rhode Island

42

Rice

52

Richmond

46

Rutgers

45

St. Bonaventure

70

St. Francis (Pa.)

70

St. John's (N.Y.)

70

St. Joseph's (Pa.)

45

St. Louis

59

St. Mary's (Calif.)

66

San Francisco

66

San Jose State

66

Santa Clara

66

Seattle

72

Seton Hall

70

South Carolina

51

Southern California

68

SMU

52

Stanford

68

Syracuse

70

Temple

45

Tennessee

48

Tennessee A&I

53

Tennessee Tech

53

Texas

52

Texas A&M

52

Texas Christian

52

Texas Southern

60

Texas Tech

52

Texas Western

60

Toledo

56

Tulane

48

Tulsa

59

UCLA

68

Utah

62

Utah State

62

Vanderbilt

48

Vermont

42

Villanova

70

Virginia

51

VMI

46

Virginia Tech

46

Wake Forest

51

Washington

68

Washington (Mo.)

72

Washington State

68

Western Kentucky

53

Western Michigan

56

West Texas State

60

West Virginia

46

Wichita

59

William & Mary

46

Wisconsin

54

Wyoming

62

Xavier (Ohio)

71

Yale

43

80 The Dream Team
Artist Russell Hoban paints the ideal quintet—in color

86 Daring Defense Pays Off
Famous Coach Dudey Moore describes a much-neglected art

100 Defeat Is the Enemy
Adolph Rupp spells out his controversial philosophy

Also in this issue

12-19 News of football, tennis and shooting
7 Football's 11th week
10 Scoreboard
11 Coming Events
20 Events & Discoveries
109 19th Hole
112 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 10

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