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November 07, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 19

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November 07, 1960
EXPAND BASEBALL, DON'T DILUTE IT

November 07, 1960 | Walter Bingham
As the race for football's national championship grew tighter, Syracuse and Mississippi, strong preseason favorites, were virtually eliminated

November 07, 1960 | Roy Terrell

November 07, 1960
Archie Moore is old and he is wise, but he is also fat. A hard young Italian named Rinaldi whacked him into submission in a 10-round nontitle bout in Rome, to the delight of Italian boxing fans

November 07, 1960
"The miracle of Pelee Island," says the Rev. Theodore Brain, pastor of its Anglican congregation, "is not that the pheasants multiply like flies on a summer day but that so many hunters get out...

November 07, 1960 | Stanley Walker
After too much exposure to the Francophile doubletalk in current cookery, a repatriate Texan pleads for a return to honest eating

November 07, 1960 | Stanley Walker
Sophisticated readers all over the nation will recall him as the author of such best-selling books as Mrs. Astor's Horse, The Night Club Era, City Editor and Home to Texas. But New Yorkers who...

November 07, 1960
Minnesota, looking like the powerhouse of old, meets Iowa at Minneapolis in the Big Ten's game of the year. Roy Terrell reports on Iowa's answer to the Gopher comeback.

November 07, 1960 | Katherine Carlson
If necessary, a wife will use TNT to get her husband away from TV and on his (and her) way to the game

November 07, 1960
Ceremonious and majestic above all others, Toronto's 'Royal' show offers an appealing blend of superior horsemanship, rapid pace and incomparable spectacle

November 07, 1960 | Florence Chadwick

November 07, 1960 | Sidney L. James
During the Olympics, Associate Editor Martin Kane, most familiar in these pages as a recorder of boxing, transferred his talents to Rome and the vast and various competition which makes the...

November 07, 1960 | William Leggett
The world's richest race goes to a 23-year-old jockey. Now he challenges the nation's best

November 07, 1960 | Ed Zern
So says Outdoorsman Ed Zern, and he cites a number of arguments for putting an end to big-prize angling derbies

November 07, 1960 | Martin Sullivan
The team that ruled the NHL for five years is now teetering but not necessarily collapsing

November 07, 1960 | Ray Cave

November 07, 1960
THE INSIDE TRACK

November 07, 1960 | Alfred Wright
He failed to win Sunday, but Rex white is the newest—and richest—NASCAR champions

November 07, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
It was a frustrating Saturday for Syracuse, Baylor, Rutgers and, to a lesser degree, Mississippi, but seven of the nation's major college teams managed to preserve their prestige and unblemished...

November 07, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
After their game with Bowling Green last Saturday, 35 players, coaches and friends of the California Poly football team boarded a chartered C-46 in Toledo for the long flight home. The plane took...

November 07, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Iowa over Minnesota. Coach Evashevski badly wants the Big Ten title before he retires to the athletic director's chair. Iowa's offensive skill and speed will overcome Minnesota's efficient defense.

November 07, 1960 | Robert Tyre Jones Jr.

November 07, 1960 | Robert Tyre Jones Jr.
The Grand Slam: St. Andrews and a fight for life...Incident at Hoylake...A vital putt at Interlachen...History made at Merion

November 07, 1960
Chuck Banfe, 41-year-old jet pilot, took off from Honolulu in twin-engine Beechcraft Bonanza, circled globe (21,332 miles) in less than nine days. Banfe, barefoot, flew 16 hours a day, acquired a...

November 07, 1960
All times are E.S.T.

November 07, 1960
BASEBALL—ALVIN DARK, 37, received a two-year contract as manager of the SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS after being obtained from MILWAUKEE for Andre Rogers. Dark succeeds Tom Sheehan, who took over from...

November 07, 1960
4—Murray Rose6—drawing by William Charmatz7—John Tichen, John G. Hemmer, Bill Glance-Charleston Evening Post, National Outboard Association14-16—A.P.17-19—Phil Bath21—Italy's News Photos (2),...

November 07, 1960
CASEY'S WALKSirs:Dan Topping and Del Webb have done baseball the greatest disservice since 1919, when a group of White Sox defected to the lure of the easy buck. (Goodby, Casey, Goodby, Oct....

November 07, 1960
Best of the men

November 07, 1960 | Myron Cope

November 07, 1960 | Charles Goren