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November 26, 1962 | Volume 17, Issue 22

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Paul Dietzel Cover - Sports Illustrated November 26, 1962

November 26, 1962 | Morton Sharnik

November 26, 1962 | Morton Sharnik
The rising incidence of injuries, particularly to the neck and spine, is attributed primarily to the tactics, legal and illegal, shown below

November 26, 1962 | Gilbert Rogin

November 26, 1962
Robert Behnke is president of the Alumni Association of the University of Washington, and you don't find him at home when the Huskies are playing football. Nor do you find him or his friends...

November 26, 1962 | William Leggett
A covey of attractive young girls, whose riding styles are as different as their personalities, has brought a fresh wave of excitement to the autumn horse show circuit by competing often and...

November 26, 1962
U.S. Ski resorts are being developed to rival Europe's best. Ezra Bowen writes about four of the finest ones, and a color portfolio captures the wonderland look of the slopes.

November 26, 1962 | Rex Lardner

November 26, 1962 | William Barry Furlong

November 26, 1962
For most of the year Nassau drowses under balmy skies. But for a fortnight in late fall—they call it Bahamas Speed Weeks, mon—unmuffled hell breaks loose, and so, Artist Marc Simont found, do some...

November 26, 1962 | Tex Maule
Goaded by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, the Amateur Athletic Union and the NCAA resolved their principal differences—mostly on the side of the collegians

November 26, 1962 | Tex Maule
Even by sorrowful Coach Mike Holovak's standards, things were going well for the Boston Patriots in the big game in Houston. Then Babe Parilli was hurt and the Oilers were in first place

November 26, 1962 | Pamela Knight
Even though there is no mention in the record of turkey being served at the first Thanksgiving feast, game there was in abundance—roast goose, roast duck, venison. For 200 years game was the...

November 26, 1962 | Mervin Hyman
THE SOUTH

November 26, 1962 | Mervin Hyman
Harvard over Yale.A gray year for the Blues and, anyway, Harvard is stronger up front.

November 26, 1962 | Jack Olsen

November 26, 1962
LOVE BY FIATAfter long intransigence, the AAU and the NCAA now seem (see page 49) to have arrived at a less than cordial but nevertheless effective rapprochement that will permit proper...

November 26, 1962
•Tommy McDonald, after his Eagles were butchered by Green Bay 49-0: "I hear the Packers are going on the New York Stock Exchange. If so, I want a piece of them."

November 26, 1962
BASKETBALL—NBA: ST. LOUIS beat San Francisco 132-100, then bounced even higher with a big victory over Syracuse 113-107. Bob Pettit and Phil Jordon led the rush in that one with 23 points each,...

November 26, 1962
17—Tom Barnort-Denver Post, U.P.I., Neil Leifer51—A.P.52—Walter Iooss Jr.55—Fred Kaplan, A.P.85—Freudy Photos, Lester Nehamkin, A.P.

November 26, 1962
Doug Harford, stocky halfback for Piper City, Ill. high school, ran for five touchdowns in his final game to bring his season total to 222 points. Playing in only nine games, Harford gained 2,355...

November 26, 1962
FIT TO BE TIEDSirs:My husband and I agree with Mrs. Richard J. Ross (An Open Letter to Bud Wilkinson, Nov. 12) right down to the last comma. As parents of one who can, one who can't and one who...

November 26, 1962 | Jule Campbell
Children this winter will be turning out for fun in the snow in clothes that are scaled-down versions of the best adult ski garb. Both ski wear and snow suit manufacturers are now making quilted...

November 26, 1962 | Mary Ann Gould
There have been several claimants to the honor, but no one really knows who leaped out of the stands and played briefly for Dartmouth in its 1935 game with Princeton