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Jan. 24, 1955
A salute to those who have earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines
Nobel Prize Novelist William Faulkner last week saw his first hockey game. He was SI's guest at Madison Square Garden, where Montreal played the new York Rangers. Afterward Faulkner recorded these vivid impressions of a scene he found "discorded and inconsequent...bizarre...almost beautiful"
- SOUNDTRACK 16
THE EDITORS EXAMINE 1955 ON ITS EARLY FORM, INCLUDING NEWS FROM WILLIE MAYS AND AN ESKIMO NAMED PUPPYGITWOK—AND SOME WORDS ABOUT COMMON SENSE AND COMMON HONESTY IN U.S. BOXING
- BLAZERS 36
You don't have to be a musical comedy man or own a yacht to follow this year's most versatile clothing revival—the blazer
In winning title they ended four-year reign by the U.S.