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
Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
Road Race
New king of the mountains
Umberto Maglioli, a handsome 26-year-old Italian, sweeps his big red Ferrari from one end of Mexico to the other—averaging 107 mph—to win the world's toughest road race
The Army-Navy Game
NAVY LET GEORGE DO IT AND HE DID
George Welsh, a scrappy Navy quarterback, was the big hero of a game that SI's Herman Hickman calls "the best I ever saw." The 100,000 spectators and the 35 million televiewers were inclined to agree
Soundtrack
SOUNDTRACK
THE EDITORS AGREE WITH BING CROSBY ON A BOWL GAME THAT WON'T TAKE PLACE, MARVEL AT AN ENGLISHWOMAN, APPLAUD A BULLFIGHTER; AND OFFER SALUTE TO A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ATHLETE DYING YOUNG
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Fire On Ice
Fire on the Ice
Burning intensity, a champion's spirit, the pride of a man who knows the glory and loneliness of supremacy—these are the qualities which make Maurice Richard, the idolized Rocket of Canada, one of the great athletes of our time and perhaps the greatest player ice hockey has ever known
You Should Know
Tennis
HELP WANTED MALE
Departing for Australia, the U.S. Davis Cup team captain leaves an ad with SI which expresses some of his concern about the present tennis situation in America
LETTER TO BIGGIE
Last week Biggie Munn, athletic director of Michigan State College, blasted the one-platoon rules change in football for SI's readers. Now an old friend answers him
Acknowledgments
Coming Events
Fisherman's Calendar
Yesterday
GALLIC GALAHAD
A jaunty Frenchman helped glamorize the 20s with a pair of boxing gloves on his brittle hands and gallantry in his heart. But Georges Carpentier was too small to live the dream which idolizing millions created: he couldn't dethrone Jack Dempsey
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

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