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December 27, 1954 | Volume 1, Issue 20

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated December 27, 1954

December 27, 1954 | Harry Phillips
Next week, as 1954 becomes 1955, SI will salute its first Sportsman of the Year in a comprehensive review of the past 12 months in sport. Only a moment's reflection brings to mind the almost...

December 27, 1954 | Martin Kane
A special preview of the Rose, Sugar, Cotton and Orange Bowls—complete with scouting reports—points to carnival atmosphere and overflow scenes as well as rousing football on New Year's Day

December 27, 1954 | Martin Kane
SUGARNAVY VS. MISSISSIPPI2 P.M. E.S.T. ABC-TVSCOUTING REPORT: PAGE 50

December 27, 1954 | Martin Kane
Rose Bowl. The unbeaten Buckeyes, champions of the Big Ten, meet the thrice-thwarted Trojans, runners-up to the mighty Bruins of UCLA for the Pacific Coast title, in the most hallowed of bowls....

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COVERED—AND UNCOVERED—WITH GLORY

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December 27, 1954 | Jimmy Jemail
SHERRY ROBBINS, Davenport, la.Airlines stewardess"That appeals to me because I love amateur football. When it becomes big time, it loses a lot of interest. With the coaches in the stands, the game...

December 27, 1954 | Charles W. Thayer

December 27, 1954 | Robert Shaplen

December 27, 1954 | Herbert Warren Wind
Perhaps you, too, have wondered what the big name pros do to earn their nongolfing income. This little legend offers an entertaining explanation

December 27, 1954 | Tommy Armour
For golfers of all degrees of skill

December 27, 1954 | Milton Gross
A senior at La Salle, Tom Gola is headed for his third straight All-America. Fame hasn't spoiled him and he's still a family boy

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A snowy paradise for the traveler who comes to ski, the Parsenn offers deep powder and steep pitches for the racer, easy runs for the novice, and a wide variety of virgin trails for the mountaineer

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Frank and Mimi Lyon of La Jolla, California have skied the Parsenn twice. Here's what they recommend you take and what is best to buy there

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REGULAR RUNS:

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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

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Of the thousands who start down a snow-covered slope, some will land in a doctor's office. But most often, it's the careless skier who becomes the injured skier.

December 27, 1954 | Compiled by Bill Wallace
A late roundup of snow conditions in America from a picked group of local skiers

December 27, 1954 | Compiled by Ed Zern
A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

December 27, 1954
1—left, Lexington Herald-Leader, James Burke, Wide World, U.P.; right, The Albert Davis Collection, I.N.P., A.P., Wayne Miller4—Bob Campbell—San Francisco Chronicle, from San Francisco Chronicle...

December 27, 1954 | Ernest Havemann
Death ends the career of Fred Miller, a most loyal son of Notre Dame

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A magnificent window in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine is dedicated to the sportsman saint, St. Hubert

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Once upon a time, during the Middle Ages, a young nobleman courtier of Belgium went into the forest of Ardennes, as he often did, to hunt. His reputation as a fearless and skilled huntsman was...

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NAVY

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GEORGIA TECH

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OHIO STATE

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DUKE

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[TV]TV [RADIO NETWORK]RADIO NETWORK: ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

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MEN'S SINGLES

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EAST

December 27, 1954 | Coles Phinizy
Between game wardens and the citizen impatient of the game laws there goes on a never-ending struggle of ingenuities

December 27, 1954 | Duane Decker
Almost forgotten since the ski took over, they can help you rediscover winter's quiet wonders

December 27, 1954
Sirs:I have been meaning to write to you for quite some time. I am a coach here in Port Angeles and take great interest in SI. I praise you for your work, so far, in trying to "clean up" boxing. I...