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October 24, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 17

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 24, 1960

October 24, 1960
THE INSIDE TRACK

October 24, 1960
John W. Allen, of Buffalo, pharmaceutical supplies salesman who placed 24th in Rome as member of U.S. Olympic walking team, scuttled across finish line in 2 hours and 3 minutes to win National 2...

October 24, 1960
KEEP THE SPOILERS OUT OF SPORT

October 24, 1960 | Roy Terrell

October 24, 1960
Every fall, when foul weather stirs up the north Pacific, massive waves generated by distant storms roll onto the southwest coast of Oahu in the Hawaiian chain. With the coming of the big autumn...

October 24, 1960
This is a harsh sport, played by big men who at once must be strong, courageous, graceful and stylish. Its emotion and power are transmitted, as never before, in these remarkable photographs by...

October 24, 1960
As college football moves to its sixth week, detailed reports on the leading games, a look at the best of the sophomores and, in color, a rainy day on two Midwest gridirons.

October 24, 1960 | Cameron Hawley

October 24, 1960
Glowing like organized fireflies, 3,600 UCLA students put on one of the bright half-time shows that highlight their night football games. Using flashlights and eight color filters, the cheering...

October 24, 1960 | Gilbert Rogin

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October 24, 1960 | Alfred Wright

October 24, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
THE SOUTH

October 24, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Clemson over Duke. This game could decide the Atlantic Coast title. Duke's passing will test the Tigers, but Clemson will be well prepared defensively.

October 24, 1960
Sir Victor Sassoon and his Lady, owners of famed Eves stables, can train a well-bred curry sauce as well as a well-curried Thoroughbred

October 24, 1960 | Charles Goren
Alex Dreier, my good friend with whom I share 11 duties in the commentators' booth during my TV show, is a man who likes to lose—but not at the bridge table. Dreier is a huge man who not long ago...

October 24, 1960 | Art Rosenbaum

October 24, 1960
BASKETBALL—COLLEGE ALL-STARS ran off 10 straight points in the last three minutes of play to defeat the New York Knickerbockers 115-112 in a benefit game at Madison Square Garden. It was the...

October 24, 1960
9—Richard Meek 10—drawing by James Flora 11—Providence Journal, A.P., Kona Camera Shop, Raleigh News & Observer, Charles Campbell 18—Herb Scharfman 19—Marvin E. Newman 20-23—Robert...

October 24, 1960
SKY BUSTERS, UNLIMITEDSirs:The northern slaughters referred to in the article Big Brother, Go Home! (Oct. 10) are enough to enrage duck hunters here in northern Texas who have to spend an entire...

October 24, 1960
What makes Hardrock run?

October 24, 1960 | Sidney L. James
There hardly can be a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED reader who does not know that we picked the Pirates to beat the Yankees—against the gamblers' odds and against the best advice of many readers themselves,...

October 24, 1960
National Basketball Association games through November 9

October 24, 1960 | Paul Mandel