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October 26, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 17

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Tommy Heinsohn Cover - Sports Illustrated October 26, 1964

October 26, 1964
SOCCO SOCCERSirs:As a transplanted Limey let me heartily congratulate and thank you for a wonderful article, Six Dreary Days—Then Saturday, on English soccer (SI, Oct. 12).

October 26, 1964
CACKLE

October 26, 1964
•Louis E. DePauli, district attorney of Gallup, N. Mex., refusing to act on Internal Revenue Service reports of World Series lottery pools at local bars: "This is a special time of year."

October 26, 1964 | John Underwood

October 26, 1964
Gallery of gold medal winners begins with America's part-Indian Billy Mills (opposite), who scored a startling upset in the 10,000-meter run. Mills outdistanced teammate Gerry Lindgren as he...

October 26, 1964
The fighting Irish of Notre Dame, who won only two games in 1963, are undefeated this year under new coach Ara Parseghian. Dan Jenkins analyzes there-vival of an old football power.

October 26, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown
The lady seated in the first row in Tokyo's luxuriant Olympic swimming arena did not mean to sound greedy, but last week when American swimmers were grabbing gold medals as though they were 10-yen...

October 26, 1964 | Tex Maule
By beating the Green Bay Packers for the second time this year, the Baltimore Colts have changed their pace from a fast trot to a headlong gallop. It may move them to the Western title sooner than...

October 26, 1964 | William Leggett
Taking advantage of weaknesses in New York's outfield, the Cardinals ran the bases with daring and imagination and forced critical Yankee errors. Speed also characterized the departure of the...

October 26, 1964 | Tommy Heinsohn

October 26, 1964 | Sidney L. James
The energetic sketches of Frank Mullins, analyzing the 1964 pro basketball outlook in this issue (page 50), were drawn during recent games as the artist followed the teams on a 7,000-mile trip...

October 26, 1964
This year, as last, the Celtics are saying they will be stronger because they are weaker. They were right in 1963, but now most of the other pro basketball teams are vastly improved. The San...

October 26, 1964
"It is quite possible," said an official Soviet release on the rise of Aleksei Nikolaevich Kosygin to the Russian premiership, "that 60-year-old Kosygin owes his ability to work to his devotion to...

October 26, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
The Texas Longhorns, winners of 15 straight games, had been the nation's top-ranked team for almost two years, but the Razorbacks demonstrated that what goes up must come down

October 26, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
THE MIDWEST

October 26, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
Army over Duke. Slumping Army is due for a good game, undefeated Duke a bad one.

October 26, 1964 | Jack Nicklaus
Too many weekend golfers think they should try to hit their short approaches close to the hole on the fly with a pitching wedge when they would be far better advised to play one of the game's...

October 26, 1964 | Edwin Shrake
So chant the proliferating Jet fans in praise of their new linebacker, Ed McDaniel, who has superseded Sam Huff as a New York folk hero

October 26, 1964 | Hays Gorey
In one momentous day, a cool Californian pushed his jet racer to a land-speed record of 526 mph and survived a stupendous crackup

October 26, 1964 | Joe David Brown

October 26, 1964
BASEBALL—The ST. LOUIS CARDINALS defeated the New York Yankees four games to three to win the 1964 World Series (page 36).

October 26, 1964
Diana Thomson Jones, 13, British convent student, became the youngest rider to win the Newmarket Town Plate, the only recognized English race open to women, when she guided Stem Turn (owned by her...

October 26, 1964
4—Tony Triolo20, 21—Neil Leifer-TIME23, 24—T. Tanuma25—Richard Meek, Jerry Cooke26, 27—Jerry Cooke28, 31—Neil Leifer-TIME32—Neil Leifer-TIME, AP (2), UPI, Keystone33—Keystone, I.O.P.P. (2), Eli...

October 26, 1964 | Robert Cantwell
The yellow-bellied sapsucker girdles apple trees and drinks the sap. According to the Audubon Bird Guide it says "keeyew." Hausman's Field Book of Eastern Birds, however, contends that the...

October 26, 1964 | Jule Campbell
Crazylegs Hirsch earned his name two decades ago by dazzling football fans with his improbable moves in enemy territory. This fall, crazy legs are back again—but on girls. Gaily patterned...

October 26, 1964 | Bill MacKay