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September 07, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 10

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Y.A Tittle Cover - Sports Illustrated September 07, 1964

September 07, 1964 | Peter Carry
NATIONAL LEAGUEThe ST. LOUIS Cardinal' young left-hander, Ray Sadecki, once owned a restaurant in Florida, where he gave away cups of coffee to all comers every time he won—a treat which cost him...

September 07, 1964 | Peter Carry
Detroit Outfielder Don Demeter is a nice guy's nice guy. He never drinks or smokes and is a devoutly religious man. So when Don, who came to Detroit from Philadelphia for perfect-game pitcher Jim...

September 07, 1964
BASEBALL—On the no-hit pitching of 12-year-old Danny Yaccarino, STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. shut out Monterrey, Mexico 4-0 to win the Little League World Series at Williamsport, Pa. Yaccarino, who weighs...

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4—Walter Daran, Tony Triolo28-31—Herb Scharfman34, 35—Walter Iooss Jr.36, 37—Frank Zagarino (2), Richard Meek (2)38—Felipe Chano44, 45—drawing by Robert Handville47—Jay Maisel49, 50—Walter Iooss...

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Pennie Page, a 20-year-old college junior from Auburn, Me. who twice was runner-up to her sister Martha in the Maine women's amateur golf championships, finally won the title herself with a 10 and...

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DAMPURCHASESirs:In the book The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant, which turned into the play Damn Yankees, it was the Senators, not the Yanks, who sold their soul to the Devil. The author's...

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BRING WHITEWASH

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•Mike De John, ex-heavyweight, on Sonny Liston's managerial involvements: "They cut him four ways—up, down, deep and often."

September 07, 1964 | Robert H. Boyle

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Teen-age miler Jim Ryun, improving by the month, is one of several borderline track, men who may make the team in the Olympic trials next week. A portrait by Ted O'Leary.

September 07, 1964 | Alfred Wright

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There's nothing like winning to make a winner. As one soft, soggy day followed another off Newport, the sleek "Constellation" ghosted home first in race after race of the final trials to pick an...

September 07, 1964 | Frank Deford

September 07, 1964 | Sidney L. James
For eight years this magazine's—and the nation's—No. 1 writer on professional football has been Hamilton Bee (Tex) Maule. I noted here last November that Maule, in an eventful life, has been a...

September 07, 1964 | Tex Maule
In the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, on a hot humid night last month, some 70,000 people paid from $3 to $6 for the privilege of watching the St. Louis Cardinals whomp the Green Bay Packers in a...

September 07, 1964
Ever since last Dec. 29 a heated argument has raged in the East over the NFL championship game. If, Giant rooters insist, Y. A. Tittle (see cover) had not reinjured his fragile knee, that wintry...

September 07, 1964 | Tex Maule

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September 07, 1964 | Edwin Shrake

September 07, 1964 | Morton H. Sharnik

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"I am not a gunpowder general," said the handsome Mexican officer who was the top show jumper in the 1948 Olympics. "I never shot a gun. I never fought in a war." Last week, however, all that had...

September 07, 1964 | Bob Ottum
That was the Ford idea at Milwaukee. With top Indy drivers behind the Detroit product, the oldtime Offenhausers were all the way out

September 07, 1964 | Whitney Tower
When Bold Lad ran away with the Hopeful, Bold Ruler earned fresh laurels as a father of champions

September 07, 1964 | George Plimpton

September 07, 1964 | George Plimpton
Feeling like a paper Lion as he steps into the huddle, George Plimpton calls his fateful five plays. He describes—in exquisite detail—the results, and his retirement.

September 07, 1964 | Jule Campbell
Using a stick or a cane makes walking easier," says Norman Simon of the Uncle Sam Umbrella Shop, at 110 West 45th Street in New York. "For one thing, you can't put your hands in your pockets. And...

September 07, 1964 | Peggy Downey
An America's Cup quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

September 07, 1964 | Anita Verschoth
Former Olympic Sprint Champion Wilma Rudolph is now mother, teacher and coach in Tennessee