LIFE Magazine November 2, 1959
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Pg… 10 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Speaking of Pictures: a diverse gallery of T.R. roles
Pg… 12 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors
Pg… 16 Football as nobody sees it A classic football game is uniquely photographed and reported?the whole drama of the locker rooms, coaches' working diaries, the moods of players in victory and defeat.
Pg… 16 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Taut drama behind a football classic: the game that nobody saw. Photographed for LIFE by Robert W. Kelley and Stan Wayman
Pg… 24 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Leaflets, gunfire and hysteria, fed by Castro, strike ominous note for Cuba's future
Pg… 26 EDITORIAL Lesson of the Marshall era
Pg… 31 THE WEEK'S EVENTS A farm town's haunting sense of guilt: trial and verdict keep Vermonters wondering who among them is a murderer
Pg… 39 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Yellowstone's new look: earthquake has turned the park's pools and geysers topsy–turvy
Pg… 45 A Look at the World's Week
Pg… 55 TELEVISION $100,000 debut for Olivier: color enhances Sir Laurence's portrayal of Gauguin in The Moon and Sixpence
Pg… 59 EDUCATION Cheerleaders at UCLA and Michigan State jump for football joy
Pg… 66 PICTORIAL ESSAYS Folklore of America Part II: the lively legends of the Indians. Paintings for LIFE by James Lewicki
Pg… 66 Redmen's legends The vivid myths of the old American Indian tribes are retold in fanciful, colorful paintings and text: Part II of LIFE's series on American folklore.
Pg… 81 ARCHITECTURE Wright's spiral museum splits the art world
Pg… 82 ARTICLE The challenge of mounting medical expenses: conclusion of "You and Your Doctor" tells how costs of personalized care and new techniques have climbed but may be brought down. By Ernest Havemann
Pg… 82 Rx for medical bills A painful problem of U.S. medicine?the high price of getting sick?is diagnosed in Part IV of "You and Your Doctor," and remedies are prescribed.
Pg… 103 ANIMALS A duck and a dog become a happy duo
Pg… 105 PICTORIAL ESSAYS Algeria's siege of anguish: a futile war of ambush and pursuit goes into the sixth bloody year. Photographs and text by a native son, John Phillips
Pg… 105 Algeria, seen by a son As the long war in Algeria saps the West, Algeria– born John Phillips?the author of Odd World?reports on his former homeland's need for peace.
Pg… 114 SEQUEL Miss America weepily revisits Ole Miss
Pg… 117 THEATER O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness becomes a musical and Jackie Gleason is right at home in this version of a classic American comedy
Pg… 117 Jackie on stage TV Comic Jackie Gleason romps back to Broadway playing a genial tosspot and helps turn O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness into a nostalgic musical hit.
Pg… 125 PARTY Cub reporter crashes a governors' convention and becomes its liveliest guest
Pg… 128 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Miscellany: young critic of artistic slip : COVER Up from TV, Jackie Gleason dances while singing the title song from his new Broadway musical Take Me Along (see pp. 117–122)
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