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September 30, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 14

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Whitey Ford Cover - Sports Illustrated September 30, 1963

September 30, 1963
ALL'S WELL, AND ALL THAT

September 30, 1963
•Murray Warmath, Minnesota football coach who lost 10 starters by graduation and saw three promising sophomores quit after a few days of practice: "They didn't quit because they thought they...

September 30, 1963 | John Underwood

September 30, 1963 | Robert Creamer

September 30, 1963
On Anticosti Island a Frenchman named Menier set free 100 pairs of deer in the last years of the 19th century. Today Anticosti affords the best deer hunting in North America.

September 30, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
Against the fastest field of all time, Overtrick had to break the world record for pacers in order to win the Little Brown Jug—so he did just that, and he did it not once but twice

September 30, 1963 | Myron Cope

September 30, 1963 | Robert Cantwell

September 30, 1963
Pretty girls from all over the world are competing in track and field—and having fun. But where are the Americans? They are at home, demurely avoiding physical stress and missing out on a very...

September 30, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

September 30, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Memphis State Tackle John Fred Robilio, leading a stirring goal-line stand that preserved a 0-0 tie with Mississippi and made State's season, slammed blockers all night and...

September 30, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
USC over Oklahoma. The difference is at quarterback. USC has Pete Beathard.

September 30, 1963
After many a lean year the East is back with names almost as unpronounceable as that of the Fordham lineman—and football teams that rank with the country's best

September 30, 1963
California's annual autumn swimsuit line is out, and so are the rigid lines—out of the suits, that is. At the resort this winter and on any beach next summer, in the matter of girl and suit, the...

September 30, 1963 | Hugh Whall
September's winds, as usual, blew hot and cold on the sailing world's effort to find a champion but, even though no single racing sailor could be acclaimed "the world's best," the search was a...

September 30, 1963 | Tex Maule
Alex Karras was sorely missed as the Green Bay Packers took the Detroit Lion defense apart

September 30, 1963 | Jack Olsen

September 30, 1963 | Jack Olsen
GETTING THERE: If you too want to catch a wahoo, there are daily jets from New York to Bermuda by PanAm and Eastern (first-class round trip $162, economy $120). BOAC has a $95 jet-prop special...

September 30, 1963
23, 25—Wayne Wilson29—drawings by James Flora70—Frank Zagarino-Black Star76—Neil Leifer95—Carl Klein, Lance Kincaid, George Jervas Photo Studio

September 30, 1963
BASEBALL—"We won the pennant in 1960 with Danny and we're going to do it again," said Pittsburgh-General Manager Joe Brown after rehiring DANNY MURTAUGH, 45, to manage the eighth-place Pirates in...

September 30, 1963
Bob Lutz, 16, of Los Angeles, playing in the Santa Monica tennis championships, reached the finals of the men's singles and juniors and took both titles without dropping a set. He also teamed with...

September 30, 1963
TOO MUCH, TOO LONGSirs:Hooray for William Leggett and his fine article (A Success Is Killing the American League, Sept. 9). Something has to be done to revive interest that once was present in the...

September 30, 1963 | Maury Allen
Lefty Grove was 41 and at the end of his long career when he won his 300th game