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October 13, 1969 | Volume 31, Issue 16

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Bruce Kemp Cover - Sports Illustrated October 13, 1969

October 13, 1969
4—Harry Gabluck21, 22—Arthur Shay23—Arthur Shay, Les King, Neil Leifer (2)24—Neil Leifer26, 27—Herb Scharfman, Tony Triolo, Sheedy & Long, James Drake28, 29—Tony Triolo, James Drake, Herb...

October 13, 1969
BOXING—The Italian and U.S. amateur teams met at Madison Square Garden under Olympic rules and ITALY came away with the Rocky Marciano Memorial Trophy, winning six matches out of 11 and the...

October 13, 1969
Richard Wallingford, a West Forks, Me. lumberman, guided his draft-horse team, Buster and Sam, as they pulled 12,400 pounds 55 inches in one continuous draw to win the international horse pull at...

October 13, 1969
MR. CUBSirs:A Tale of Two Men and One City (Sept. 29) is a masterpiece. Having met Ernie Banks on a few occasions and having observed him on a hundred, I would say that Mark Kram has perfectly...

October 13, 1969
ROMAN HOLIDAY

October 13, 1969
•Jerry Mays, defensive captain of the Kansas City Chiefs, on his preference in football shoes: "I'd much prefer to wear high tops rather than low cuts, but my son won't let me. He says they make...

October 13, 1969 | Pat Putnam

October 13, 1969
That newest of American sporting institutions, the major league baseball playoffs, was unveiled last week in Atlanta and Baltimore as a necessary prelude to that most honorable and ancient of...

October 13, 1969
The eyes of Texas are smack on Oklahoma as the Longhorns and Sooners collide in a battle of top-ranked teams. Dan Jenkins covers one of football's traditional brawls.

October 13, 1969 | Tex Maule

October 13, 1969 | Gary Ronberg
Influenced by the pugnacious style that carried Boston so far against the champion Montreal Canadiens last season, the other NHL teams have toughened up for a campaign of heavy hitting

October 13, 1969
MONTREAL CANADIENS

October 13, 1969 | Garry Valk
Football players inevitably look down on Myron Cope, who stands 5'5" in his sweat socks. Nevertheless, Cope has unabashedly hung around with the pigskin set off and on for 20 years. Bobby Layne,...

October 13, 1969
ST. LOUIS BLUES

October 13, 1969 | Phil Esposito

October 13, 1969 | Skip Myslenski
Everyone in Crete, Neb. loves Doane College, mind you, but it's those other people Doane keeps beating year after year after year who wish Sitting Bull could be given one last chance

October 13, 1969 | Skip Myslenski
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October 13, 1969 | William F. Reed

October 13, 1969 | William F. Reed
THE BACK: Mike Phipps, the latest—and perhaps the greatest—of Purdue's line of passers (Dale Samuels, Len Dawson, Bob Griese), threw for a two-point conversion—his 13th straight completion—to beat...

October 13, 1969
"Tennis court or Congress, a man in Washington has to be on his toes," observed Texas Congressman George Bush (above, right), playing tennis with Postmaster General Winton Blount on the White...

October 13, 1969 | Whitney Tower
At better than 50 to 1 an Irish colt named Levmoss and a jockey who thought he had no chance won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Europe's richest race over the toughest uphill, down-dale course in...

October 13, 1969 | Robert F. Jones
Lotus Driver Jochen Rindt (above) won his first Grand Prix—and the world's richest road-racing purse—over a fast field in New York

October 13, 1969 | Lee Griggs
Lee Trevino missed a boodle at the Alcan. There was no boodle at the World Cup in Singapore, but there was more than money to be won

October 13, 1969 | Myron Cope

October 13, 1969 | Myron Cope
The sport moves into the '40s behind two famed Texans from Sweetwater High, Sammy Baugh and Bulldog Turner.

October 13, 1969 | Robert Creamer
It seems only right in this year of baseball's renaissance that The Baseball Encyclopedia (Macmillan and Information Concepts Inc., $25) should appear. While it is not the first such work—for...

October 13, 1969 | Conor P. O'Brien
Edward Lear wrote his nonsense rhymes at No. 30 Seymour Street, London W. 1, just behind the Marble Arch—or Tyburn that was. Close by, at No. 54, a brass plate admits ROBERT LAWRIE LTD. (LATE OF...

October 13, 1969 | Kim Chapin