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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Does the horse player die broke?

By Jimmy Jemail

Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines

A Preview

THE WORLD SERIES IS A WONDERFUL MOMENT

By Paul O'Neil

CLEVELAND PROUDLY PRESENTS:

By Gordon Cobbledick

NEW YORK PROUDLY PRESENTS:

By Roger Kahn

THE POLO GROUNDS

The Polo Grounds is the home of the short home run, the long, long out and the biggest crowds in the National League. Record is 60,747, jammed in for a Dodger-Giant double-header in 1937

MUNICIPAL STADIUM

Cleveland's Municipal Stadium is the biggest in baseball, and in the view of many players has the best playing surface. Close to the center of downtown Cleveland, it is relatively easy to reach

SCOUTING REPORTS

The scout is an unseen, unheralded but indispensable member of a baseball organization. Usually a former player, he writes detailed reports on the playing characteristics of his team's rivals and turns them over to his manager for tactical use. Here are reports on the Indians and Giants

The True Spirit

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF NOTRE DAME

"It takes some doing to conduct intercollegiate athletics in a collegiate framework," says the president of the most famous football university in the nation. Here Father Hesburgh tells the story of "how we try to do it at Notre Dame," and Photographer Mark Kauffman presents a four-page color portfolio starring the Irish's veteran quarterback, Ralph Guglielmi, and introducing the new Notre Dame coach, 26-year-old Terry Brennan

By Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Ph.B., S.T.D.

Soundtrack

SOUNDTRACK

EZZARD IN THE DRESSING ROOM, MASTERS OF CROQUET, TOLL OF TWO HARRIDANS ON A SPREE

The Wonderful World of Sport

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Football

FROM PIKE'S PEAK TO THE PACIFIC

By Herman Hickman

VANCOUVER FUN & GAMES

Health

MAN IN MOTION

He rides, flies and sails for sport. Now his upset stomach can enjoy the trip thanks to a number of new potions which take the burps out of the bumps

You Should Know

YOU SHOULD KNOW: if you are getting a bicycle

By The Know-It-All

Under 21

CADDY FOR THE BOSS

Young John Mollard of Englewood's Cherry Hills carries the clubs for a "really solid golfer" named Eisenhower

By Duane Decker

Golf

ROYAL & ANCIENT & ALWAYS

St. Andrews, birthplace of golf, celebrates its 200th year

By Herbert Warren Wind

Sporting Look

GROUSE SHOOT

Nature

THE MIGHTY STUMPS

Somber and huge, they are monuments to the giant sequoias

By John O'Reilly

Baseball

HONESTY PAYS

Anyway, it paid for Marty Marion, who called a ball club as he saw it

By Red Smith

Boxing

REMATCH IS NO MATCH

By Budd Schulberg

Horse Racing

NEW DEAL FOR RAW DEAL

After eyewitness survey, The Jockey Club blesses plan that would enlarge and modernize beautiful Belmont, scrap Jamaica, and place New York State racing on a new and strictly nonprofit basis

By Whitney Tower

Sport In Art

THE GREAT REALIST

Thomas Eakins was both participant and trained observer

GAME OF THE WEEK: OKLAHOMA 27 CALIFORNIA 13

By Alfred Wright

Motor Sports

A DAY FOR THE BRAVE

A driving rain, sharp turns and a 130 mph down-hill straight test the skill of drivers in the biggest Grand Prix yet at Watkins Glen

By John Bentley

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 24 through 30

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

Compiled by Ed Zern

Bowling

LITTLE LADY MAC

At 65, Floretta McCutcheon is retiring from a unique career

By Victor Kalman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Last Laugh

LAST LAUGH

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By H.H.S. Phillips Jr.

SCOREBOARD

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS

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