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November 11, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 20

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 11, 1963

November 11, 1963
DOUBLE SUB TROUBLE

November 11, 1963
•Warren LeTarte, representative of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues, on the minors: "We sat for too many years calling ourselves the great American game, playing the...

November 11, 1963 | Walter Bingham

November 11, 1963 | Peggy Downey
Few girls graduate from Virginia's exclusive Foxcroft School without learning to ride. The headmistress says that the course teaches students sportsmanship and self-discipline

November 11, 1963 | Gerald Holland

November 11, 1963
Vermont skiing can mean an uninhibited visit to a posh resort like Sugarbush. But for many a Vermont native it has meant release from the economic burden of hard winters.

November 11, 1963 | Whitney Tower
After four years of brilliant performances Kelso must be ranked at the top of the list of U.S. Thoroughbreds, up there with Big Red himself

November 11, 1963 | Sidney L. James
Twelve of the busiest and most distinguished men in America are named

November 11, 1963
For two decades Artist Saul Steinberg has been a distinguished portrayer of the human comedy, in a style unmistakable for its line, wit and satirical force. Now, following in the tradition of...

November 11, 1963 | Jack Nicklaus
Wet sand looks like hardened cement. If you are like most golfers, when you find your ball lying in a well-soaked bunker you feel you would as soon see it on a road. Actually, you should not be...

November 11, 1963 | Paul Evan Ress
Birthplace of the French emperor, the Mediterranean isle of Corsica now boasts a slightly inhuman rally that can break the best of drivers

November 11, 1963 | Gwilym Brown
When Northern Illinois Quarterback George Bork throws the ball, his team wins, records tumble and pro scouts come running

November 11, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
THE MIDWEST

November 11, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
BACKS OF THE WEEK: Pitt Quarterback Fred Mazurek scored two touchdowns, threw passes for a third and for two conversions, completed 13 of 21 attempts for 136 yards and gained 119 yards on the...

November 11, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Princeton over Harvard. The Tigers' talented backs should pierce Harvard's good defense.

November 11, 1963 | Robert Cantwell

November 11, 1963 | Robert Cantwell
Earl H. Blaik, former Dartmouth and Army football coach; chairman, executive committee, Avco Corp., New York City.

November 11, 1963 | Tex Maule
Wise money figured Green Bay was out when Bart Starr got clobbered. The wise money figured wrong

November 11, 1963 | Dan Jenkins
On Friday morning, October 11, a bright, warm Texas day, Elbert Joseph Coffman woke up with a squirrel in his stomach. In his good life as a football fan there had never been a weekend quite like...

November 11, 1963
BASEBALL—SANDY KOUFAX was voted the National League's Most Valuable Player for 1963, making it two years in a row a Los Angeles Dodger has won the award (Maury Wills in 1962). He is also the...

November 11, 1963
Ada Mackenzie of Richmond Hill, Ont., six-time Canadian women's senior golf champion, won the North and South Senior Women's Championship in Pinehurst, N.C. "I came for fun and I had it," she...

November 11, 1963
54—Walter Iooss Jr.72-85—Shel Hershorn-Black Star89—John G. Hemmer, David Moore-Black Star, Herb Jensen

November 11, 1963
GOOD HUNTINGSirs:As a deer hunter and a "retired" professional forester, I would like to express my appreciation of Charles W. Thayer's fine article (A More Sensible Way to Hunt, Oct. 28). To...

November 11, 1963 | Harold Peterson
A college football quiz to test the memory and add to the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

November 11, 1963 | Robert Froman
It was only a meaningless touch-tackle game in Caldwell, Idaho, but a gambler had a scheme to make money on it