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October 19, 1959 | Volume 11, Issue 16

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 19, 1959

October 19, 1959
THE COURTS—In New York the trial of Frankie Carbo, boxing's No. 1 hood, on 10 counts of conspiracy, illegal matchmaking and managing, was adjourned to Oct. 26. Carbo, fingering a $25 tie, was...

October 19, 1959
BASEBALL—LOS ANGELES DODGERS 4 games to 2 over Chicago White Sox to win World Series.Havana of International League 4 games to 3 over Minneapolis of American Association for Little World Series.

October 19, 1959
4—Lester Liss11—National Jockeys Hall of Fame, Bermuda News Bureau13—Bob Williams-Memphis Commercial Appeal, John G. Zimmerman, George Leavens, Cordinali Studio, Sport & General, NASCAR,...

October 19, 1959
John Clark Espie, 60-year-old advertising executive from Indianapolis, outdrove and outputted J. Wolcott Brown of Manasquan, N.J. 3 and 1 for his second National Seniors Amateur golf championship,...

October 19, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
After four weeks of solid combat, college football began to take on a lively new look. While perennial powers sadly licked their wounds, a new cast of characters sneaked into prominence. In the...

October 19, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Michigan vs. NorthwesternNorthwestern had its letdown against Minnesota last week and it isn't likely to happen again, even without Dick Thornton. Michigan lacks the strength to stop NORTHWESTERN.

October 19, 1959
All times are E.D.T.

October 19, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen

October 19, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen
Rising high above the pack of fallen linemen, Jerry Tillery, Oklahoma's right end, reaches to heaven in a valiant but futile effort to block Quarterback Bobby Lackey's extra-point attempt after...

October 19, 1959
A man with two tickets on the 50-yard line for the big game is a proud and envied individual. He has the equivalent of two on the aisle, fourth row orchestra, for a musical smash like Gypsy. But...

October 19, 1959 | Roy Terrell
The World Series produced plenty of excitement in a fresh setting. The Dodgers won because they refused to crack

October 19, 1959
The machine-gunner is a big, good-looking Swede farm kid from Minnesota. He doesn't talk much, and that's good casting, for the gunner is Ingemar Johansson and he didn't get that accent on the...

October 19, 1959
Just as the World Series crowns the American baseball summer, so the French horse race known as the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe crowns Europe's summer of racing. Last week the 38th running of the...

October 19, 1959
If an occasional mother frets about football, it is not the fear of broken bones that plagues her; it is the awful possibility of meeting her son face to face in the public prints and not...

October 19, 1959
The hand that wields a scepter may also wallop a mashie, the world learned the other day, when two monarchs stepped out on golf courses in Sweden and Scotland. Sweden's Gustav VI, 77, delighted...

October 19, 1959 | Arthur Murphy
High among the contributions of Charles Goren to bridge have been his efforts on behalf of the kibitzer. By his own urbane demeanor at the table, whether as a tolerant player or discreet...

October 19, 1959
"As long as you can get into a Porsche and out of it you are still young," Stuttgart's lord mayor told 165 traveling Americans on the lawn of Württemberg's Schloss Solitude (above). Most of his...

October 19, 1959

October 19, 1959
Mrs. Christopher Chataway, on the current fitness of her sub-four-minute miter husband who just finished Britain's parliamentary elections 4,613 votes ahead of his Laborite opponent: "He's...

October 19, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen

October 19, 1959 | John Fitch
From 20 years of accident-free highway driving and 11 years on the race track, John Fitch has culled these rules for safety and survival:

October 19, 1959 | John Fitch
John Fitch, writer as well as racer, has won respect for his articles on motor sports and highway safety. Adventure on Wheels, his autobiography, written with William F. Nolan, will be out soon...

October 19, 1959 | Tex Maule

October 19, 1959 | Tex Maule
He was a small, paunchy man with a face like a pudgy hawk and a gravelly voice. He lived in a world of giants whom he ruled absolutely. He was, as much as any one man could be, responsible for the...

October 19, 1959 | Roy Chapman Andrews
Dr. Roy Chapman Andrews, famed zoologist and explorer, Director of the American Museum of Natural History from 1934 to 1942, now lives in retirement in the Carmel Valley, Calif. He is the author...

October 19, 1959 | Charles Goren
The origin of certain popular terminology is often cloaked in mystery, but there can be little doubt of why an even chance is often referred to as a tossup. As to whether a toss of a coin is ever...

October 19, 1959 | William Leggett

October 19, 1959 | Joseph C. Dey Jr.
Most golfers think of the Rule book as a straitjacket, but it's a big help at times

October 19, 1959 | Tommy Bolt
Putting styles vary from player to player. There's no reason why they shouldn't, for putting is a personal thing. In my own case, about a year and a half ago after a stretch of in-and-out work on...

October 19, 1959 | Richard Alden Knight
Nearly extinct three decades ago, today's herds are a monument to conservation

October 19, 1959 | Gilbert Cant

October 19, 1959 | Gilbert Cant
The first trap widely used by banders (and still popular) was a funnel type, known as the government sparrow trap, because it was designed in 1912 by the Department of Agriculture for farmers...

October 19, 1959 | Gilbert Cant
Rules of the game of banding are simple but strict. The banding station, with permits, must be open at any time for inspection by federal or state wardens. The bander must have no protected birds...

October 19, 1959
BASEBALL: HOW WELL I REMEMBERSirs:As one who occupied a press-box seat throughout that 1919 World Series between the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago White Sox and one who is familiar with events...

October 19, 1959
'An urgent need'

October 19, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
GOVERNOR WILLIAM A. EGANJuneau, AlaskaI was an ardent hunter until, at 13, I accidentally shot myself. Today, due to that or maturity I could not shoot animals for pleasure. Personally, I think...

October 19, 1959 | Robert L. Payne
Turn the club face around and what do you have? An important golf discovery