Oct. 26, 1959
Oct. 26, 1959

Table of Contents
Oct. 26, 1959

Elephant Stuffer
Warrr Eeegle
Pro Basketball
Horse Racing
Horse Show
Pro Football
  • A report from Madrid on the epic 'mano a mano' series fought by Ordó√±ez and Dominguín and some unkind words for critics

Canadian Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


Nothing sets a dog apart from other dogs so readily as a set of shining false teeth. Few orangutans can resist stealing an envious glance at a neighbor orangutan with a football. And, of course, the bull moose who cares not a fig for traffic regulations is certain to rise above the herd. In the endlessly competitive societies of which all creatures are a part in these insecure times, neither man nor beast can afford merely to keep up with his neighbors. These pictures show three who tried bravely to get a little ahead.

This is an article from the Oct. 26, 1959 issue Original Layout

Toothsome morsels became difficult to enjoy as the years began to rise and the teeth began to fall for Bobby, an elderly dachshund of Millbrae, California, until his mistress, a dental technician, fashioned this set of fancy new choppers for him.

Temporary status achieved by an Australian orangutan whose name is George was sharply curtailed when he tried to eat the football for lunch.

As disdainful of the tiresome traffic regulations of mere mankind as he is of the insignificant nobodies of moosekind, an aloof and arrogant bull moose jaywalks casually across a street in Fairbanks, Alaska, bringing the city's traffic to a full stop.