Radio: Yale v. Robert Burns

Herman Hickman has spent most of his life alternately telling funny stories and pummeling his fellow men. As burly (5 ft. 11 in., 230 Ibs.) All-America guard at Tennessee ('32), he tore opposing lines to shreds; as a professional wrestler, he grunted & groaned through 300 contests; as a line coach at West Point (1943-48), he had to stop mixing in the scrimmage with his boys because he put too many of them in the hospital. But last week on the Herman Hickman Show (Fri. 7 p.m., NBC), televiewers saw only his friendly side.

For the first of his new series, Hickman,...

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