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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: What Made You Realize That You Are Not As Young As You Used To Be?

Asked At The Touchdown Club, Washington, D.C.

By Jimmy Jemail

Coming Events

Coming Events

October 19 through October 28

Football: Fourth Week

By Tex Maule

Spectacle

Miami Turns Night Into Day

By Morris McLemore

Events & Discoveries

Events & Discoveries

AUTOMATION SUFFERS A SETBACK; CARDBOARD COMPUTER FOR BATTERS; DON NEWCOMBE AND MAN'S INGRATITUDE; FIGHT NIGHT AT CBS'S PLAYHOUSE; SERIES WITS; SHADOWS IN WATKINS GLEN

The Wonderful World Of Sport

The Wonderful World Of Sport

The Name Is Yogi

Not even the unparalleled brilliance of Don Larson's perfect game could dim the World Series luster of the squat, unbeautiful Berra—ballplayer extraordinary

By Robert Creamer

Waterfowl Preview

Sky Watch For Wildfowl

The Gantlet Run Begins

As 300 million ducks and geese pour into the flyways, hunters the nation over look forward to another record-breaking season

By Reginald Wells

Joel Barber's Decoys

By Virginia Kraft

The Outdoor Week

The Outdoor Week

A Pennsylvania hunter's posterior enters posterity. Tinkling; coyotes in California brew controversy. And in Illinois an honest man takes his medicine while to some wildfowlers strange things do come

Golf

Let's Clear Up The Rules

The writer struggles with an annual dilemma and comes up with a request to the USGA:

By Herbert Warren Wind

Tip From The Top

Especially for players of slim build

By Gardner Dickinson Jr./Panama City, Fla.

Around The Country

Around The Country

By Don Parker

The Pros

By Tex Maule

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Horse Racing

A Ruling Dynasty

Nashua ran a brilliant farewell at Belmont, then passed the torch to Bold Ruler, his kinsman in a ruling dynasty

By Whitney Tower

Priceless Joke

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Sporting Look

Western Safari

A new look in hunting clothes combines the flair of safari clothing with the rugged gear of the West

By Fred R. Smith

Pat On The Back

Pat On The Back

Departments

Memo From The Publisher

By Harry Phillips

Scoreboard