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November 28, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 22

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Joe Bellino Cover - Sports Illustrated November 28, 1960

November 28, 1960
Eric Kagna of Vancouver, B.C., 12-year-old son of bowling-alley owner, who took up five-pins at age 8, led his seventh-grade Strikers to victory by rolling 10 straight strikes for perfect 480 (206...

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November 28, 1960
All times are E.S.T.

November 28, 1960 | Tex Maule
Norman Van Brocklin, who calls plays the way he sees them, led the Philadelphia Eagles to a very important 17-10 victory over the New York Giants

November 28, 1960 | James Murray
Californians greeted a new major sport Sunday as the world's best drivers gathered at Riverside for the U.S.'s only Grand Prix event. Stirling Moss took first place, but it was Jack Brabham who...

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November 28, 1960
Eight pages of powerful color photographs by John G. Zimmerman reveal the critical action in the first two seconds of a horse race—the vital break from the starting gate.

November 28, 1960 | Roy Terrell

November 28, 1960 | Sidney L. James
Sport suggests a nearly endless variety and array of Christmas gifts, as anyone can see from the selection of more than 225 gathered in a special section of this issue. Excellent choices all, it...

November 28, 1960 | Walter Bingham
The hapless Tigers were the latest to stumble after a short but ecstatic reign as the nation's top college team

November 28, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

November 28, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Navy over Army. Both are well rested and eager to do battle. Army can match Navy in the line and has better passing with Tom Blanda, but the Middies' Joe Bellino will make the difference.

November 28, 1960 | John Blashill
In Spanish bull rings this year a handful of outstanding events and personalities illuminated an otherwise mediocre season. The nation's economic recession held down crowds and enthusiasm, and...

November 28, 1960 | Ray Cave
Chicago dug up its Pan Am track, but an ambitious group of runners put it down again

November 28, 1960
EXPERIENCE COUNTSComedian Jerry Lewis told a Texas audience: "Nixon is such a good loser they ought to make him coach of the Dallas Cowboys."

November 28, 1960 | Carleton Mitchell

November 28, 1960 | Charles Goren

November 28, 1960 | Warren Robertson
The story that follows is improbable but true. Warren Robertson does exist; he lives today in New York, a promising director-actor-producer. He was a draftee on that confused day in 1955 when the...

November 28, 1960
BASEBALL—DICK GROAT, 30-year-old shortstop for Pittsburgh who has been with the Pirates ever since he stepped off the campus at Duke University eight years ago, was named the Most. Valuable Player...

November 28, 1960
6—sketch by Bill Charmatz10—top, Alex Gillispie; bottom, Barry Edmonds-Flint Journal38—Neil Leifer39—Art Rickerby-Pix40—Art Rickerby-Pix, Neil Leifer45—A.P.48—Roger Coral53—Logan Bentley, Tony...

November 28, 1960
ADDED HEROESSirs:Your article on Bobby Hull (The Handsome Hero of the Hawks, Nov. 14) fails even to mention a contemporary great who is just hitting his full stride. Frank Mahovlich of the Maple...

November 28, 1960
The thinking man's game

November 28, 1960 | Gay Flood
Christmas is nearly here and children's dreams, like visions conjured up by Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, are all of toys. Each child has a special dream, and the toys in it identify both dream...

November 28, 1960 | Roger Williams
Excellence and victories are what they're after at this high school in suburban New Jersey