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September 21, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 12

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Jimmy Sidle Cover - Sports Illustrated September 21, 1964

September 21, 1964
Penn State over Navy.* State has no match for Navy's Roger Staubach (who has?) but The Lions are quite a bit stronger where games often are won: in the line.

September 21, 1964 | John O'Hara
He was an All-America who wanted to forget his football past, and as the years went by he tried insult and irony and even a bloody brawl in his effort to escape it. A distinguished writer tells...

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September 21, 1964 | Peter Carry
It was a wild week for pitchers. Boston's Bill Monbouquette and Kansas City's Bob Meyer both threw one-hitters last week and lost. In all, there were 17 shutouts in the big leagues, with an...

September 21, 1964 | Peter Carry
At Chicago's Wrigley Field, where Outfielder Lou Brock played for the Cubs before he was traded to the Cardinals in June, the fans used to get on him. Brock fielded poorly, hit only in the...

September 21, 1964
FOOTBALL—COLLEGE: Quarterback Larry Zeno threw two touchdown passes and kicked a 25-yard field goal in leading UCLA to a stunning 17-12 upset over heavily favored Pittsburgh in the season's first...

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6—Carl Mydans-LIFE22-25—Lee Balterman46—Wayne Wilson-Leviton48—Laughead Photographers51—Birmingham News52—Bob Peterson56—Bill Malone60—Stuart Smith64—Robert Huntzinger74—Lloyd Jones Studio78,...

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Ken Brett, 15, a left-handed pitcher from El Segundo, Calif., led his home-town team to victory in the Babe Ruth League World Series in Woodland, Calif. when he threw a 10-0 no-hitter against New...

September 21, 1964
MAULE IN THE FALLSirs:Tex Maule has done it again. Boy—he must hate the Chicago Bears. Last championship game he picked the Giants to beat the Bears. Now he has the audacity to pick the Bears...

September 21, 1964 | John Underwood

September 21, 1964 | Tex Maule

September 21, 1964 | William Barry Furlong
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September 21, 1964 | George Crozier

September 21, 1964
Sailing for glory and a battered "ouldmug," Constellation and Sovereign meet off Newport to contest for the America's Cup. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will report every tack.

September 21, 1964
In college football the loudest cheers are still reserved for the runners who can whirl through a crease of daylight and explode into a clear field. These are the men who provide the college game...

September 21, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
If there is a single constant in college football, it is change. Unlike the professional game, in which a team's characteristics vary only slightly from season to season, college football must be...

September 21, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
AUBURN 9-0-1ILLINOIS 8-1WASHINGTON 9-1MISSISSIPPI 9-1TEXAS 8-2OKLAHOMA 8-2ALABAMA 8-1-1OHIO STATE 7-1-1MISSOURI 8-2SYRACUSE 8-2KANSAS 7-2-1

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September 21, 1964
Alabama's idea of the perfect football player is one who runs like Johnny Mack Brown, passes like Harry Gilmer, catches like Don Hutson and is the size of—well, of Wayne Trimble, who is 6 feet 3,...

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THE TRADITION

September 21, 1964
Circumstances that give the University of Idaho potentially the best college fullback in the country are related directly to a day three years ago when Coach Ralph Tate left Alamogordo. N. Mex. to...

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September 21, 1964
Mike Marshall of Baylor faces perhaps the toughest job of any sophomore in the nation, that of replacing the No. 1 passer of the past two seasons, Don Trull. But if the nation's No. 1 receiver,...

September 21, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Previewing a season of college football is always difficult, for the sport is both massive and utterly emotional. This year more than 25 million ticket-buying enthusiasts will deal out their...

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September 21, 1964
Floyd Little is a pleasant young man with a bright personality who, at 22, has been around longer than most sophomores. He will play halfback at Syracuse, and if Coach Ben Schwartzwalder is any...

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September 21, 1964
Stew Williams, Bowling Green's fullback, has exceptional balance for a 230-pounder (he's six feet tall), runs the 100 in 10.1 and is strong and aggressive. "When he hits the line he doesn't drag...

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September 21, 1964
One day when Mike Love was a first-grader in Big Spring, Texas his teacher sent a note home with him from school. "Dear Mrs. Love," it read, "Mike is too rough for the other children in his grade...

September 21, 1964 | Edwin Shrake

September 21, 1964
Riding out the threat of Hurricane Dora in Gloucester Harbor, outboard motorman Ralph Evinrude sipped a dry martini, gazed fondly at one of the two loves of his life—ex-Movie Star Frances Langford...

September 21, 1964 | Charles Goren
Even the most honorable and law-abiding citizen takes pleasure in committing grand larceny at the bridge table, and Walter Avarelli of the Italian World Olympiad team is no exception. Avarelli,...

September 21, 1964 | Frank Deford
In Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle (below), who finished one-two at Forest Hills this week, Australia has the world's best amateurs and a grip on the forthcoming Davis Cup

September 21, 1964 | Bob Ottum
Stylishly redesigned and steered in a new sales direction, Corvair will come back fast in 1965 as a sprightly—and all-American—sports car

September 21, 1964 | William Leggett
While heads roll and a former owner chastises current management, the Cardinals have been winning steadily but going virtually nowhere

September 21, 1964 | Hal Higdon
Stunt-flying Champion Robert Gialdini does precision aerobatics—with a model plane attached to two 65-foot lines

September 21, 1964
College football teams across the nation are poised for the first big weekend of activity. Here are the 128 key games from September 19 through December 5 that will decide the mythical national...