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September 10, 1962 | Volume 17, Issue 11

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Forrest Gregg Cover - Sports Illustrated September 10, 1962

September 10, 1962
BOATING—RICHARD STEARNS, a former North American champion, with Lynn Williams as crew, won the world Star class title on a foggy day off Lisbon. While the Wilmette, Ill. pair didn't win one of the...

September 10, 1962
16—N.Y. Daily News, U.P.I.17, 19—Herb Scharfman24, 25—Harry Groom-Black Star31—Hy Peskin38—Neil Leifer40—Pictorial Parade50, 51—Neil Leifer52—Walter Iooss Jr.54, 55—Neil Leifer, Walter Iooss Jr....

September 10, 1962
Joan Johnson, 32, tennis coach at Los Angeles State College and holder of eight national public park titles herself, returned to her native Michigan to win three more championships, sweeping the...

September 10, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUEA large unidentified bird swooped into the Philly dugout. It emerged, flew toward the mound, circled the field and then glided over the rightfield wall. For the rest of the week the...

September 10, 1962
BOOBY BALLSirs:I found fascinating, factual fun in Stanley Frank's blithe blasting of baseball's booby traps (What Ever Happened to Baseball? Aug. 27).W. CARLYLE SMAIL, M.D.Jerome, Idaho

September 10, 1962 | Walter Bingham

September 10, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen
Sanders Russell hopped off his crutches and into the sulky, then showed the way to a field of famous drivers in The Hambletonian

September 10, 1962
The amazement shown on the face of Ann Baker, 17 (left), a Maryville, Tenn. high school senior, is really just concern about one of her drives in the National Women's Amateur Championship in...

September 10, 1962
The lure of gold made Alaska famous, but to fishermen in Resurrection Bay the metal most worth pursuing is silver—the silver that glints in the scales of the silver salmon, Alaska's gamest...

September 10, 1962 | Gilbert Rogin

September 10, 1962
[This article consists of photographs—see below.]

September 10, 1962 | Tex Maule

September 10, 1962 | Yale Lary
Punting requires only modest coordination. I am not downgrading it—punting is my business—but I have always considered it remarkable that with so many boys in the country playing football, so few...

September 10, 1962
There is jam-up of contenders in the East, where everybody talks championship. But the defending Giants have slipped, the Eagles have problems and the Cardinals are a mystery. The team most likely...

September 10, 1962
With a revived Unitas, the Colts are ready to challenge. The 49ers think they are good enough to beat Detroit out of third place, and the Rams are moving up. All four, however, have a distressing...

September 10, 1962
The AFL's most effective recruiting campaign was carried on in the West, where the Chargers and the Dallas Texans snapped up last year's All-Americas by the pay load—generally from under the noses...

September 10, 1962
Teams in the East continue to search for new ways to dislodge Houston from first place, hut they have yet to work out an effective formula for doing it. The Oilers not only have the best set of...

September 10, 1962 | Dolly Connelly
With shotguns, handouts and tender loving care Washington State biologists are doing wondrous things for steelhead—and fishermen

September 10, 1962
PROS LIKE PROS

September 10, 1962
•Steve McQueen, a racing car buff and star of TV's The Bounty Hunter, after promising not to race sports cars during the filming of his new movie: "I don't know yet if I'm an actor dabbling in...

September 10, 1962 | Jo Ahern Zill
The half-muffled grin on the pert face to the right does not belong to an Our Gang comedy kid but to Model Merola Witt, who here and on the following pages demonstrates the raffish look that's...

September 10, 1962 | Jo Ahern Zill
Page 73: Plaid stole ($18), tweed skirt ($30), jersey blouse ($17) from Sloat & Co. at Henri Bendel, New York; Halle Bros., Cleveland; J.L. Hudson, Detroit; Neiman-Marcus, Dallas. Wool and...

September 10, 1962 | Mary Jane Hodges
Prodded by its new owner, Yachtsman Corny Shields, America's best-known maker of motorboats introduces its first sailboat—brisk under canvas but as luxurious as a home

September 10, 1962 | Gwilym S. Brown
Upsets jolted others, but JoAnne Gunderson kept her mood as light as her hair and won the Amateur

September 10, 1962 | Gwilym S. Brown

September 10, 1962 | Gwilym S. Brown
GETTING THERE: Pinehurst is in central North Carolina. Its season, usually from Oct. 1 through April, opens early this year for the Amateur. Best air connections are via Eastern, United and...

September 10, 1962 | Jule Campbell
This fall if your sweater looks as if it had been stolen from a Henley crewman, a tennis player or a star of track and field, you can be sure you're in style. Sweaters for casual wear around the...

September 10, 1962 | Theodore Ferro
It was finesse that counted. But then this slugger stepped up and away went strategy—along with the ball