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September 16, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 12

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Albert Fay Cover - Sports Illustrated September 16, 1963

September 16, 1963
It may have been sport's finest weekend of the year. The most exciting competitors in the country were in action, playing for a seemingly endless cascade of money and a wealth of prestige as well....

September 16, 1963 | Whitney Tower
Nothing perks up an indifferent racing season, especially in the unpredictable 2-year-old division, as much as the sudden emergence of a colt who bowls over his contemporaries with the verve and...

September 16, 1963 | William Leggett
The important arm in this picture is the only one not reaching out. It belongs to Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and it is the strong arm of the team. Last week in San Francisco, Sandy...

September 16, 1963 | Gwilym S. Brown
There are occasions when professional golf's big winners seem to act like giant one-man corporations, gobbling up prize money with the dispassion of a steel mill swallowing pig iron. Last...

September 16, 1963 | Walter Bingham
From the first serve at Forest Hills, it was anybody's tournament, the most wide-open men's singles championship in years. With Rod Laver gone off to the pros where he belongs, the usual horde of...

September 16, 1963 | Dan Jenkins
On the plane that carried the Kansas City Chiefs, the champions of the American Football League, across the shadow of the Rockies to their opening game against the Denver Broncos last week, Abner...

September 16, 1963
College Football is here again, and in the eighth annual football issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED picks the year's 11 best elevens; John Underwood reports on Miami's George Mira, the Key West Conch who...

September 16, 1963 | Percy Knauth

September 16, 1963 | Charles Goren
In many diagrams of bridge hands the low cards are designated merely by x's. The difference between, say, a 7 and a 4 is supposedly unimportant—and, admittedly, no bidding system has been devised...

September 16, 1963 | Jack Nicklaus
One of the most overlooked sources of power in a golf swing is the knees, especially the right knee. The hips, knees and feet all work together in creating power, but the knees serve as the focal...

September 16, 1963 | Robert Creamer
As the season approaches for chopping off managers' heads, here is a list of those who are safe—and a few who might be wise to duck

September 16, 1963 | Hugh Whall
Ernest and Albert Fay (right) take on the world in a month-long race series in rugged Olympic sailboats

September 16, 1963 | Hugh Whall
As nearly typical as any member of the 5.5-meter class can be, Ernie Fay's former boat Sabre, designed by A. F. (Bill) Luders, measures 33 feet overall, 23 feet on the water, has a beam of 6 feet...

September 16, 1963 | John O'Reilly
At first the crowd was lost to Miss Crustacean, but some high-pressure pitching and an assist from Miss Delmarva Chicken Festival Runner-up helped North Carolina carry the day—not to mention the...

September 16, 1963
BATTLE IN BADEN-BADEN

September 16, 1963
•Jack Whitley, football coach at Fort Worth Polytechnic High School, discussing Jerry Tate, his 290-pound 6-foot-5 tackle: "He's just a big kid. He's always been told to be careful when he played...

September 16, 1963 | Ron Mix

September 16, 1963
BASEBALL—SYRACUSE, a Tiger farm team, rebounded from a last-place finish in the International League in 1962 to win the league's Northern Division pennant, and ATLANTA (Cardinals) took the...

September 16, 1963
14, 15—Eric Schaal (4), Lee Balterman, paper sculptures by Jerome Kuhl20, 21—Tony Tomsic24, 25—Wil Blanche, Hans Knopf-Pix35—New York Public Library Picture Collection, Bibliotheque Nationale,...

September 16, 1963
Paul Dudzick, 17, stroke for Buffalo's West Side Rowing Club eight that lost to the St. Catharines (Ont.) crew in the U.S. championships, paced his 155-pound crew to a double victory over St....

September 16, 1963

September 16, 1963
ROOM TO RECREATESirs:The Forest Service appreciates your excellent article, High Road to a Wild Paradise (Aug. 5). Author Robert Cantwell and Photographer Jack Fields have done a fine job of...

September 16, 1963 | Pat Ryan
A Little Brown Jug quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of harness-racing fans

September 16, 1963 | George McEvoy
Baseball Commissioner Landis once backed down on one of his edicts because of a friendship between Joe Judge and an obscure postman