September 19, 1954

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
Pat On The Back
PAT ON THE BACK
Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines
Under 21
Table of Contents
THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS
Casey Stengel's proud Yankees, playing at a clip that has won them five World Championships, went into Cleveland this week and met a better team—the 1954 Cleveland Indians, who did not "choke up"
Soundtrack
SOUNDTRACK
PERU OVER PANHANDLE, 14-7 PEPPER MARTIN SLIDES AGAIN...PISTOLS AT TURIN
Spectacle
HORSE UP; RIDER DOWN
In one mighty, man-high lunge a wild bronco throws his rider to the ground and menaces him with pawing hooves
The Wonderful World Of Sport
THE YANKEES' REAL BOSS
He is a shrewd, practical businessman named George Weiss who would like to win the pennant but won't be too disturbed if his team loses this year
Nature
You Should Know
Column Of The Week
Boating
The Great Midwest
FOOTBALL IN THE GREAT MIDWEST
It includes five of the eleven top-ranking elevens, some of the scrappiest of the small colleges, and is likely to produce some major decisions in the next fortnight
Horse Racing
Sporting Look
A Place To Be
Golf
Baseball
Coming Events
Fisherman's Calendar
Tennis
NO YEAR FOR KINGS
It was a season of upsets, surprises, and one bright hope fulfilled
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Last Laugh
Departments