People, Nov. 10, 1958

Four horsemen of World War II met in Manhattan at the first annual dinner of the Football Hall of Fame. Stepping out of one campaign into memories of others, Old Halfback Ike Eisenhower posed beforehand with Generals Douglas MacArthur, Omar Bradley and Lucius Clay. The President enjoyed himself hugely, beamingly referred to MacArthur as "my chief," received a gold medal for "a lifetime of devotion to American intercollegiate football," rocked so with laughter at the khaki, G.I. jokes of Hoosier Comedian Herb Shriner that a newsman muttered: "I didn't think the Republicans were...

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