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Under 21

GINNY GETS HER GUN—AND TWO FINE BIRDS

A rifle champ tries out her new shotgun on Oregon's special junior game-bird preserve

By Duane Decker

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Balzac once said: "I have noted that most women who sit a horse well are lacking in tenderness." Are they? (asked of participants in national horse shows).

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

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MARTINEZ & THE $20,000 FIX THAT FAILED

On Oct. 29th Vince Martinez knocked out Carmine Fiore at Madison Square Garden. Four thousand fans were at ringside, millions saw the fight on television, but none was aware of the dirty drama that served as a prologue. SI tells this story for the first time and demands again: boxing's dirty business must be cleaned up now

Football

GAMES OF THE WEEK

SOUTHERN METHODIST 21 ARKANSAS 14

By Bill Rappleye

The Wonderful World Of Sport

GIRLS ON THE GRID

Co-eds at Ohio University had a game of the week, too—their eighth annual Powder Bowl football game for the Runyon Fund

Spectacle

SATURDAY'S HEROES

High school footballers in Danbury—and thousands of other towns—bask under admiration from pretty coeds

Soundtrack

SOUNDTRACK

THE EDITORS ARE IMPRESSED BY A FRESHMAN SUB AND THE SIZE OF TV SPORTS CROWDS, HOPEFUL OF COLLEGE BOXING, BEMUSED BY A COURT ARGUMENT

THE RED STAMP ON SPORTS

A New York collector who has assembled 40 volumes of sports stamps from all over the world finds that the Iron Curtain countries have more sports issues than anybody. Some of these stamps glorify athletics as preparation for war

By Ira Seebacher

A Place To Be

THE COZY CARIBBEAN

The islands off our southeastern shores can be had in Spanish, French, English, Dutch or plain American, and they're hot stuff in any language

By Horace Sutton

Kaibab Deer

COUNTRY FULL OF DEER

Arizona's famous Kaibab forest is so stuffed with big mule deer that every hunter has an eight-to-two chance of getting his venison this season

By Charles C. Niehuis

No. 44

44

If you're watching football on television this Saturday, you might pay a little extra attention to Michigan's No. 44. He's no All-American, but he's pretty good. Mostly he's a nice kid who loves the game. No. 44 is a typical example of college football players everywhere.

By Gilbert Millstein

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Gift List I

CHRISTMAS BY MAIL ORDER

These 50 special Christmas gifts, from hand-carved horses to deer-hide mukluks, can be ordered by mail from six New England stores

Scouting Reports

SCOUTING REPORTS ON ARMY-NAVY—SAVE FOR USE SATURDAY, NOV. 27

HICKMAN'S HUNCH IS...

By Herman Hickman

Baseball Draft

HERE'S TAP DAY

Major league baseball's annual ritual for drafting minor leaguers is here again—with memory tests for the tappers

By Roger Kahn

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS November 19 through 25

Sporting Look

FRANK MERRIWELL SWEATERS

The heavy knit sweaters worn by football heroes in the '20s are back in many colorful guises

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS