September 18, 1955

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
Events & Discoveries
EVENTS & DISCOVERIES
World Series prediction, Straight sets for Tony, Afield with the lachrymose Basenji, Philly's fans find something to laugh at, Detergent for dirty business, Salt flat solo
Spectacle
'OFF AND PACING'
Harness racing fans rouse to that cry each September as Little Brown Jug Day arrives at the Delaware, Ohio Fair
Conversation Piece: Subject: Archie Moore
'HOW'S MARCIANO GONNA HIT ME?'
Challenger Moore tells in his own words—and Artist Robert Riger's drawings show—how Moore expects to win the world's heavyweight championship from Rocky Marciano in next Tuesday night's big fight
West Coast Football
Hickman's Hunches
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Tip From The Top
Baseball
Acknowledgments
Fisherman's Calendar
Hey, Mr. Banjo!
Charles John Grimm, manager of the second-place Milwaukee Braves and a flouter of Durocher's Law, ponders his own managerial philosophy at 57 and then, in a clubhouse demonstration, proves he's still Jolly Cholly
Motor Sports
Boating
Wild Goose
WHERE THE WILD GOOSE WAITS
Seven hundred miles north of Toronto in the vast prairielike marshes of James Bay, Canada, some 600,000 congregating blue geese put on the biggest show a goose hunter can hope for—their annual rest stop before the 2,000-mile gantlet run south
Part II: Jones's Grand Slam
Yesterday
Coming Events
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

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