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October 14, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 16

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Ronnie Bull Cover - Sports Illustrated October 14, 1963

October 14, 1963
MISSING: $1.5 MILLIONThe Yankees were not the only ones to wind up on the losing end in the four-game rout by the Dodgers. As almost every fan must know by now, the players on the two Series teams...

October 14, 1963
•Air Force Football Coach Ben Martin, on the academy's radically designed chapel: "We don't know whether to pray in it, for it or at it."

October 14, 1963 | William Leggett
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October 14, 1963 | Fred Hutchinson
Fred Hutchinson, manager of Cincinnati's 1961 champions, tells Robert Creamer how the Dodgers won the World Series.

October 14, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
Scotland's Jimmy Clark has become so worthy a trophy that the best drivers are after his scalp. Two beat him the U.S. Grand Prix. They drove marvelously, but a malfunctioning fuel pump was Jimmy's...

October 14, 1963
Enigmatic end, USC's Hal Bedsole has been called brash and sensitive. He is, above all, a very good football player. John Underwood reports on his drive to fame.

October 14, 1963 | Robert H. Boyle

October 14, 1963
Take a group of men, give them a goal—any goal—to aim for, and each will have a different idea of how to get there. And so it is with pro football running backs: each has his own technique for...

October 14, 1963 | Jack Olsen

October 14, 1963 | Dick Kazmaier
Disturbed by a decline of standards on certain campuses, Dick Kazmaier, an All-America 12 years ago at Princeton, writes to his old friend, Dr. Vernon Alden, now president of Ohio U.

October 14, 1963 | Mervin Hyman

October 14, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Texas over Oklahoma. The Longhorns can score and are positively bullish on defense.

October 14, 1963 | Tex Maule
The improving Browns stopped the Steeler ground game but had trouble in the air. Next week Cleveland faces a troublesome Tittle while the Packers and the Bears itchily await a second go

October 14, 1963 | Hugh Whall
A wild windstorm beached the boats at the Lake Tahoe hydroplane championships, but the gamblers on the shore never felt a breeze

October 14, 1963 | Jack Nicklaus
The chip shot from five to 15 feet off the green should be executed almost like a putt. You should always be able to get down in two strokes from such a position and occasionally in one. The...

October 14, 1963 | Pat Ryan
Speedy Scot, a saucy colt that sticks his tongue out at the world, never gave the field a chance as he trotted off with a Triple Crown

October 14, 1963 | Charles Goren
En route to the Orient aboard the S.S. President Roosevelt along with several hundred people who have joined me in a six-week bridge cruise, I have been getting an advance line on the opposition...

October 14, 1963 | Leonard Shecter
One recent day while Middleweight Rubin Carter {) was preparing for his fight with George Benton, he stood in front of the gym at Ehsan's training camp in Summit, N.J., a .22-caliber rifle resting...

October 14, 1963
BASEBALL—The LOS ANGELES DODGERS swept the New York Yankees in four straight games (5-2, 4-1, 1-0, 2-1) to produce one of the most startling results in World Series history (see page 18). The...

October 14, 1963
22—James Drake24—Neil Leifer25—Herb Scharfman33—James Drake57—Hans Knopf-Pix59—AP66, 67—Phil Bath70—Robert Talbert89—Frank Spencer-Pawhuska Journal-Capital, Joseph R. Marcello, AP, Dolly Connelly

October 14, 1963
Don McLaughlin, 35, of Fort Collins, Colo., who began trick roping at 7 and competed in his first rodeo at 19, won the national steer-roping championship for the second time in four years. He had...

October 14, 1963
SEMPER FIDOSirs:I think Myron Cope did a fine job on Fido Murphy (Football's Greatest Scout, Sept. 30), but I would like to set him straight on one detail. St. Viator did play Moose Krause's St....

October 14, 1963 | Paul Stewart
Golfers' fall weather clothes are much warmer and more colorful this season

October 14, 1963
No one doubts that the Yankees pulled the rope tight, but two bull-headed members of the Pittsburgh team helped knot the noose