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November 02, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 18

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John Huarte Cover - Sports Illustrated November 02, 1964

November 02, 1964
TOKYO RECESSIONAL

November 02, 1964
•Bill Hardin, 400-meter hurdler from LSU, explaining why he turned down an invitation to join a track tour of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa at the conclusion of the Olympics: "I just...

November 02, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
After a dormant decade, undefeated Notre Dame is once again a national power, thanks to a new coach, a very un-Irish quarterback, a defense with a cheering section of its own and that old, old spirit

November 02, 1964 | John Underwood

November 02, 1964
St. Louis flipped over its baseball Cards; now it applauds the other Cards—the pro football team lighting for the Eastern Conference title. Edwin Shrake tells their story.

November 02, 1964 | Huston Horn
Atlanta is building a stadium for the Milwaukee baseball team though no one is sure where the club will open next spring. Now the courts have been asked to finish writing this modern tale of two...

November 02, 1964 | Mark Kram

November 02, 1964
Barbara La Fontaine, whose experiences in an exotic desert beauty resort are revealed in this issue (Girl Behind a Golden Door), is a gifted young writer who is in many respects representative of...

November 02, 1964
Green bay may be little, but football is a giant preoccupation in the crinkle of the Wisconsin shoreline where the Packers make their home. It has been that way ever since 1919, when the hat was...

November 02, 1964
At least one full-fledged and full-bosomed Miss America (1964 model) will attend the University of Arkansas homecoming, but when they came to elect a queen of their own for the occasion, the...

November 02, 1964 | Tom Brody
Though he is only 153 pounds, Nebraska Fullback Frank Solich still throws his weight around

November 02, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

November 02, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: USC Quarterback Craig Fertig, who is not supposed to be much of a passer, nevertheless outthrew Cal's Craig Morton, who is. Fertig completed 21 of 28 for 371 yards and four...

November 02, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
Notre Dame over Navy. The unbeaten Irish are too strong all over for faltering Navy.

November 02, 1964 | Stirling Moss
A famous British racing driver tells how his countryman John Surtees, facing defeat in a climatic race, seized the world championship—and analyzes the reasons for his new eminence

November 02, 1964 | Charles Goren
Not long ago, at the Pacific Northwest Regional Championships in Seattle, Hermine Baron of Los Angeles, an attractive redhead who admits to being "over 30" but could easily get away with shading...

November 02, 1964 | Barbara La Fontaine

November 02, 1964
BASEBALL—Soft-spoken JOHNNY KEANE signed a one-year contract with the New York Yankees to become the team's third manager in as many years. His successor as manager of the World Champion St. Louis...

November 02, 1964
4—Neal Barr-Feldon21, 23—James Drake24—T. Tanuma25, 28, 29—Neil Leifer-TIME26—Richard Meek27—Jerry Cooke30, 31—T. Tanuma32—Leviton-Atlanta33—AP34—James Drake37—Carl Iwasaki53—Baldev-Pix, Roger...

November 02, 1964
[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

November 02, 1964
THE CASTOFFSSirs:I have been a Yankee fan all my life, but no longer. The CBS deal was bad enough, but firing Yogi, one of the greatest Yankees of all time, was the clincher.

November 02, 1964 | Rex Lardner
I do not have the figures in front of me, but I expect that golfers buy more instruction books, chuckle at more golf whimsy, read more fiction about their sport and sympathize more fully with...

November 02, 1964 | Howard Franklin
A lot of years ago, just before World War I crossed the Atlantic, a football upset took place—perhaps the most upsetting upset in American college gridiron history. It was in the...