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October 09, 1961 | Volume 15, Issue 15

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Joey Jay Cover - Sports Illustrated October 09, 1961

October 09, 1961
THE STUBBORN MEN

October 09, 1961
•Beano Cook, University of Pittsburgh sports publicity director, on why an outstanding basketball player dropped out of school: "He got tired of his dad writing him for money."

October 09, 1961 | Walter Bingham
Roger Maris hit the home run that tied Babe Ruth's record on a curve ball thrown by Jack Fisher of the Orioles. It was a high drive so close to the right-field foul pole that Maris didn't run. "If...

October 09, 1961 | Whitney Tower
Kelso laid claim to that honor with the speed and wide margin of his victory in the Woodward Stakes (below). He should have a chance to prove it soon in the International at Laurel, against...

October 09, 1961 | Roy Terrell
The luck was all against the Irish, but a pair of fleet backs and a rough line had Notre Dame alumni—the real and the subway article—burbling about a new golden age

October 09, 1961
Well, perhaps not just like. After all, this golfer is a Democrat, not a Republican, but she does live in the White House. And even though she only started learning the game last summer, Jackie...

October 09, 1961
Dale Williams, University of Georgia quarterback, is flying high, all right, but he isn't exactly soaring to victory. As a matter of fact, the Vanderbilt linebacker seemingly groveling in defeat...

October 09, 1961 | Walter Bingham
A crossword-puzzle addict, the son of a Chicago policeman, a noted author and a quiet Texan are among the Cincinnati pitchers who are challenging the Yankee power in the Series

October 09, 1961 | Ray Cave
Thousands of U.S. bridge addicts are risking their lives and sanity for as little as .05 of a point

October 09, 1961
This stag-capped hunting lodge in the city Americans know as Turin was built by a Duke of Savoy. It is all lit up for a ball celebrating the centenary of the birth of modern Italy. As these pages...

October 09, 1961 | Dora Jane Hamblin
Take Detroit, add a pinch of Boston and a dash of Washington, garnish with Sun Valley to the north and a California beach to the south, sprinkle lightly with Aqueduct race track and a Colorado...

October 09, 1961 | Dora Jane Hamblin
Getting There: Alitalia jets from New York to Milan make good Viscount connections to Torino. BEA has three weekly midday flights from London (2½ hours), and from Rome the express sleeper, leaving...

October 09, 1961 | Pamela Jeffrey
The best way to get warm, stay warm and yell your favorite football team to victory in the windy autumn chill is to plant a Thermos jug full of a good hot country soup on the tailgate at the very...

October 09, 1961 | Mervin Hyman
Almost before the nation's stadiums had emptied their huge crowds from the first full football weekend of the year, it was evident that most teams were performing as expected and that the best...

October 09, 1961 | Mervin Hyman
Miami over Navy.* Miami's skills are too plentiful, and the Middies will be in over their heads against the rough Hurricanes.

October 09, 1961 | Carleton Mitchell
A catamaran from England avenged her country's defeat in the 1958 America's Cup by politely slaughtering the fastest sailboat in the U.S.

October 09, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
New York won 109 games, Philadelphia lost 107. A look at what happened, and why it did, to the best and worst during 1961

October 09, 1961 | Tex Maule
The AAU lost more ground last weekend when four new groups began to move toward self-rule

October 09, 1961 | Carleton Mitchell
There is a colonial charm about the quiet villages and sprawling farms that border the Chesapeake. On these pages a famous yachtsman describes the endless variety of cruising waters in the bay's...

October 09, 1961 | Carleton Mitchell
To rent a boat for a cruising vacation on the Upper Bay, write or phone one of these brokers:

October 09, 1961
BASEBALL—The BUFFALO BISONS, International League Playoff champions, stormed over the American Association's Louisville Colonels 18-8 in the first game of the Junior World Series, went on to shut...

October 09, 1961
18, 19—Tony Triolo24, 25—A.P.26—Lee Balterman64—Marvin E. Newman67—A.P.68, 69—Carleton Mitchell78—map by William Bernstein85—Manchete, Daniel Berry, Philip Rush, Sully, Carroll Hall-Bangor Daily...

October 09, 1961
Manuel Dos Santos of Brazil set world record by swimming the 100-meter freestyle in 53.6 seconds at Rio de Janeiro. Dos Santos bettered the unofficial mark of 54.4 made by Steve Clark of the U.S....

October 09, 1961
ENDSVILLESirs:Three cheers for America's track and field stars and their coaches for having the guts to stand up to the AAU (The End of the AAU, Sept. 25).

October 09, 1961
'Or why race?'

October 09, 1961
Stakes through November 11

October 09, 1961 | Dan Holland
The author's quiet day of hunting dissolved into chaos when he spent as much time dodging shot as he did shooting shells