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Dec. 13, 1954
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
- SOUNDTRACK 17
TODAY THE PROBITY OR LACK OF PROBITY OF THE MEN WHO RUN BOXING IS THE CONCERN OF ANYONE WHO CAN TWIST A TV DIAL, SI REFLECTIONS ON THE WEEK'S BOXING CARD, THE TENNIS UPROAR IN AUSTRALIA AND THE WORSENING STATE OF THE MINORS
College basketball began last week with more than 500 games. There was excitement, even one riot, but the week had another meaning. The winter season on the American campus had begun
High-stepping parade horses, wearing $10,000 in saddles and silver, highlight the 56th staging of the American Royal Horse Show &amp; Livestock exhibition in Kansas City, Mo.
Forty-odd men visited little Rocky Island in Lake Superior to stalk its 400-odd deer. Ready for a slaughter, they found the game had other ideas
These traditional rivals have de-emphasized football but now play more than ever as their intramural programs contribute to a day of ten games
Currently celebrating his 80th birthday, Churchill, dean of world's statesmen, looks back on a full and varied sports career, including "30 years of polo."