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October 03, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 14

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Bob Schloredt Cover - Sports Illustrated October 03, 1960

October 03, 1960
All times are E.D.T.

October 03, 1960
Diving for gold

October 03, 1960
A RAISE FOR SOLLY

October 03, 1960
Trish Champion, 20, 5-foot-3, brown-eyed brunette from Nashville and cheer-leading, water-skiing senior at Vanderbilt (majors: history and English), outsparkled 12 other coed beauties to win the...

October 03, 1960
In the early days of college football the coach gave his team necessary training during the week and on Saturday turned the strategy over to the quarterback, the game over to the players, and...

October 03, 1960 | Roy Terrell
The battle cry of a city and a team has become reality with the first Pirate pennant in 33 years. Here are the reasons Sports Illustrated believes the Bucs will win the Series, too

October 03, 1960 | Roy Terrell
Last time the Pirates played in a World Series it was their misfortune to run into the most famous baseball team of all time. The 1927 Pirates had won the pennant by beating out John McGraw's...

October 03, 1960 | Walter Bingham
A detailed comparison of the hitting, fielding and pitching skills of the two pennant winners, along with a discussion of probable managerial strategies, as evaluated by Staff Writer Walter Bingham

October 03, 1960 | Whitney Tower
Eddie Arcaro carried a good luck charm into the starting gate, and he won the Woodward with Sword Dancer. But don't jump to any obvious conclusions

October 03, 1960 | Whitney Tower
Sword Dancer unquestionably is a fine horse, but he was first in the Woodward because Arcaro combined patience with perfect, split-second judgment. Arcaro wasted not a step of his mount's energy...

October 03, 1960 | James Murray
Pone Kingpetch retained his flyweight title last week, to the intense satisfaction of a rough-hewn graduate of Stillman's Gym who taught Thailand how to fight

October 03, 1960
The day's bag dangling from his helicopter. King Hussein (right, in cockpit) whirls triumphantly back from a royal hunt in the southern reaches of Jordan. A highly practical sportsman, Hussein...

October 03, 1960
As the 1960 waterfowl season opens, Albert Hochbaum, biologist and hunter, calls for restoration of the dwindling flocks of ducks and the waning dignity of the hunter.

October 03, 1960 | Alfred Wright
A half-blind quarterback, Bob Schloredt, may again lead Jim Owens' Huskies into Pasadena

October 03, 1960
In the salty rips of Montauk Point at the end of Long Island, the surf caster above and his fellows on the next three pages take their stand against winds and tides and—they hope—fighting fish....

October 03, 1960 | Sidney L. James
Last July 21 a 39-foot sloop named Gipsy Moth III sailed past the Ambrose Lightship and set a record as remarkable as any in a year remarkable for records. Francis Chichester, an English...

October 03, 1960 | Jack Olsen

October 03, 1960 | Rex Lardner

October 03, 1960 | Rex Lardner
I should like to offer my thanks to Jerry Hicks, the pro at Brook Valley Golf Club near Wampahonsset, Long Island, for consenting to write the preface for my book (Out of the Bunker and into the...

October 03, 1960 | Rex Lardner
Proper way to make High Tension iron shot is to dig up divot. Size of divot (left) determines how well shot is hit. In fact, it makes no difference whether player hits the ball or not, as long as...

October 03, 1960
October is World Series month, not only in the U.S., but also in Japan, where a nation of baseball addicts has adopted the American game with astonishing zeal. As these scenes of last year's...

October 03, 1960 | Robert Boyle
Northwestern's experienced backs and green line led the Big Ten back to the top, a Texas halfback straightened out and Lehigh's engineers turned the pressure on Delaware

October 03, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

October 03, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Penn State over Missouri. Rip Engle will have his Penn State defenses set for Missouri's Mel West. His other worries should be minor.

October 03, 1960 | James Murray
Bob Waterfield's Rams may not be Little Bighorns, but they proved pretty easy to massacre

October 03, 1960 | Nick Thimmesch
Most original of the new compacts, the Tempest is rid of that annoying bump in the front-seat floor. Pontiac designers have put the transmission in the rear where it bothers no one

October 03, 1960 | William Leggett
In two magnificent bursts, Bullet Hanover rewarded his driver with a third Jug victory

October 03, 1960 | Robert Cantwell

October 03, 1960
BASEBALL—CLEARWATER (Fla.) BOMBERS won the world tournament of the Amateur Softball Association (for the fifth time) at Jones Beach, New York, defeating the Delta Merchants of Stockton, Calif....

October 03, 1960
4—Chris Brasher-London Observer13—Ronald D. K. Hadden15—A.P., Mike Durham-Gloucester Daily Times, Henry Reichard-Columbus Citizen-Journal, Bill Shepherd-Dayton Daily News, Dick Hoover,19—Leonard...

October 03, 1960
STILL READYSirs:Thank you for your editorial Freedom to Kill (Sept. 19). We career Coast Guard families can vouch firsthand for lax marine laws, poor enforcement and rock-bottom appropriations for...

October 03, 1960
Winners on the PGA tour through August

October 03, 1960
No one doubts that the Yankees pulled the rope tight, but two bullheaded men helped knot the noose