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October 28, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 18

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Jerry Lucas Cover - Sports Illustrated October 28, 1963

October 28, 1963
A FEDERAL COMMISSION-NOW

October 28, 1963
•Green Bay Packer Halfback Paul Hornung, sitting out a suspension for gambling, to a football-pool winner at the Evansville (Ind.) Quarterback Club: "You should feel good picking 20 out of 25....

October 28, 1963 | Robert H. Boyle

October 28, 1963 | Robert H. Boyle
On the night of the fatal fight, Artist Joseph Sheppard, an amateur boxer, was in the Coliseum to see his friend Ernie Knox fight. When Knox collapsed after the knockout, three men tried to make...

October 28, 1963 | John Underwood

October 28, 1963
Big lines and power defenses are back in the Big Ten, where the leading teams are enjoying their best season in years. Dan Jenkins reports on the midwestern renaissance.

October 28, 1963 | William Leggett
Shh! This has to be kept secret. If it gets out to any of the men who own teams in the National Basketball Association it will be murder. Come closer. Here's the word, Mac. For the first time in...

October 28, 1963

October 28, 1963
An athlete's public role is a wonderfully heady mixture of crowds and action and adulation. But behind this proud and dazzling existence is a more ordinary life. It is days and towns and tired...

October 28, 1963
Indeed there is. After finishing his surgical chores, the doctor puts on a helmet and plays football with the pros

October 28, 1963 | Robert Cantwell
The art of cooking with smoke, ail but gone the way of the smokehouse, is in for a revival on the patio, thanks to a couple of fishermen who caught a surfeit of trout

October 28, 1963 | Charles Goren
I am not sure how the word "dink" came to mean what it does in bridge and, after tracking it down in Webster's Unabridged, the best I can do is offer a wild theory. A dinking die is described as a...

October 28, 1963
Hugh Devore of Notre Dame may have to win all the rest of his games to keep his job, but even if he is not retained, he and a lot of Irish alumni are certain of one thing—he has rescued a great...

October 28, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

October 28, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Linebacker Ed Conti, at 5 feet 10 and 185 pounds the midget of the big Syracuse defensive line, made five tackles, was in on 13 others, recovered a fumble and helped lead a...

October 28, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Pitt over Navy. Despite Staubach's brilliance, Pitt can beat the Middies in the line.

October 28, 1963 | Lee Griggs
The weather was clear, crowds under control and events on time as Japan rehearsed for '64

October 28, 1963 | Charles W. Thayer

October 28, 1963 | Charles W. Thayer
During 20 years as a U.S. diplomat, Charles W. Thayer hunted from Korea to Afghanistan, from the Russian subarctic to equatorial Sudan. Since retiring from diplomacy, he has written several...

October 28, 1963
BASEBALL—The YOMIURI GIANTS coasted to their ninth Central League pennant since 1950 and will meet the NISHITETSU LIONS, winners of the Pacific League championship by one game, in the Japanese...

October 28, 1963
18—Clarence B. Garrett-The Sunpapers20—James Drake, William H. Mortimer-The Sunpapers24-29—Robert Huntzinger30—Neal Barr-Feldon32—Russ Halford36—Rich Clarkson, Lee Balterman37—Russ Halford, Evan...

October 28, 1963
Leonore Modell, 13, of Sacramento swam the length of the Sierra's windswept Lake Tahoe in 14 hours 34 minutes to better the old record for the 25-mile course (set by a man) by more than five...

October 28, 1963
APES IN THE IVYSirs:Dick Kazmaier hits the spot in his Open Letter to a College President (Oct. 14), but not hard enough. Athletic "scholarships" are awarded and continued primarily for athletic...