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October 21, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 17

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Duke Carlisle Cover - Sports Illustrated October 21, 1963

October 21, 1963

October 21, 1963
•Los Angeles Laker Dick Barnett, talking about his new teammate, Hub Reed: "He comes from so far out in the sticks, baby, they have to pump daylight in."

October 21, 1963 | Tex Maule

October 21, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
Watched by admiring native beauties, American power in a bewildering variety of frames stole the show from foreign makes at Riverside as Dave MacDonald (left) won in a Cooper-Cobra

October 21, 1963
The University of Texas football season begins with the Oklahoma game. All before it is so much throat-clearing. Last Saturday Texas trooped into Dallas' steaming Cotton Bowl (packed so solid that...

October 21, 1963 | Mary Ellen O'Reilly

October 21, 1963
Pro basketball begins its season with newness everywhere, from executive offices to playing courts. A look at the NBA's new faces and its new image, plus scouting reports.

October 21, 1963 | Tex Maule
The perfect corner back is still just around the corner. This mythical man has the speed of a sprinter and he carries the weight of a shotputter.

October 21, 1963 | John Underwood

October 21, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Rarely have so many major college teams been mistreated so horribly in a single weekend. While Texas bushwhacked Oklahoma with unexpected ease, 28-7 (see page 22), Alabama, Navy, Penn State,...

October 21, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Georgia Tech over Auburn. But Jimmy Sidle, a pleasant surprise, can worry Tech.

October 21, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Illinois Line-backer-Center Dick Butkus was in on 23 tackles, red-dogged Ohio State's passing into ineffectiveness and intercepted on State's 28 to set up Illini touchdown...

October 21, 1963 | Alfred Wright
Despite consistently stout play in the morning rounds, the visiting Ryder Cup team collapsed each afternoon before blazing American putters and the inspired captaincy of Arnold Palmer

October 21, 1963 | Paul Evan Ress
The French view the game with utter indifference, but they have never seen a Palmer and Nicklaus playing against the world's best on a Louis XIV farm

October 21, 1963 | Whitney Tower
For the amateur handicapper who would like to try his hand at Experimental ratings, here is a start: Roman Brother and Golden Ruler. Then go on from there

October 21, 1963 | Robert H. Boyle
So confesses Cus D'Amato, a zealous bass fisherman who talks to the fish. 'Hey,' he says, 'people are gonna think I'm crazy altogether'

October 21, 1963 | William B. Furlong

October 21, 1963
BASEBALL—The seventh-place Red Sox, the eighth-place Pirates and the last-place Mets retained their managers, but fired their coaches. Harry Dorish was replaced by Bob Turley in Boston; Ron...

October 21, 1963
20, 21—Phil Bath26—Russell Lee, map by William Bernstein32—Ward J. Roylance40, 41—Neil Leifer43, 44—Russ Halford46—Lee Balterman53, 54—Richard Meek58—Jean Marquis59—Culver Service64—Walter Iooss...

October 21, 1963
Althea Roger-Smith, of Bransford Court, near Worcester, England, almost lost out when her mount knocked down a pole on the next-to-last fence in the Horse of the Year Show's foxhunter championship...

October 21, 1963
AFTERMATHSirs:On the sixth day of October, nineteen hundred and sixty-three, the New York Yankees rolled over and croaked—and Baseball's Babbling Brook (Mel Allen to you) ran dry!HENRY G. JACKSON...

October 21, 1963 | Jule Campbell
This season women golfers can obtain sportswear designed for cool weather

October 21, 1963 | John Lovesey
Tom Blower, a good-natured Englishman of immense strength, 16 years ago became the first man ever to swim the Irish Sea