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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: What do you dislike most about your golf game? (Asked in Bermuda)

By Jimmy Jemail

The Delaware

Delights of Drifting Down the Delaware

By John Stuart Martin

Football's 3rd Week

FOOTBALL'S 3RD WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS October 9 to October 15

World Series

A SERIES OF STRANGE EVENTS

After 10 years of repeat performances—usually starring Casey and the Yankees—baseball's big show moved west with a new cast of characters. Result: the biggest crowds and richest receipts in Series history

GAME 1: WOW! THAT WHITE SOX POWER!

By Roy Terrell

GAME 2: DODGER HOMERS, WHITE SOX GOOF

By Roy Terrell

GAME 3: 92,294 PEOPLE AND ONE FURILLO

By Roy Terrell

GAME 4: SHERRY, SHERRY EVERYWHERE...

By Roy Terrell

DEATH IN THE DEEP

By Coles Phinizy

Thundering Herd

THUNDER FROM THE HERD

The once-formidable victory cry at USC has been largely muted over the past few years, but after last week's win over Ohio State the Trojan glory days seem to be back

By James Murray

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

A COTTON-PICKIN' TEAM WITH HEART

Spectacle

Indian Summer in Siberia

Often associated with isolation and despair, Siberia, in some spots at least, has the sort of autumn beauty that people of all nations enjoy each fall in their own countries

Wonderful World Of Sport

DERRING-DO DOWNS PENTATHLONEERS

NEW ROLE FOR A CHAMP

TV FIGHT OF THE MONTH

Pro Football

It helps to be mean if you aren't too big

Red Hickey, the San Francisco 49ers' new coach, explains what it takes to succeed in his business. Also, a résumé of a weekend of shocking upsets

By Tex Maule

Ducks

MIRACLE AT MARYSVILLE

Ducks may be scarce across the nation this season, but in a small community in California millions of waterfowl promise to provide some of the country's finest shooting for a few fortunate gunners

LIGHT TOUCH IN THE DUCKBLIND

By Virginia Kraft

THE BATTLE OF THE BAG LIMITS

By Richard Alden Knight

Horse Show

Willful and brilliant

At Louisville a world title was lost by an unhinged mare and another was repentantly won

By Alice Higgins

Automobiles

Chevy puts its power in the back

General Motors' compact car entry, the Corvair, provides the first rear-engine model by a major American automobile manufacturer. Here it is

By Nick Thimmesch

Tip From The Top

The pivot in driving

By Lionel Hebert

Cards

He didn't heed his own advice

By Charles Goren

How To Beat Snead

HOW TO BEAT SAM SNEAD

A hacker named Harry settles down in his den and, aided by a bottle of brandy and a clear memory of his best strokes, faces Ol' Sam on TV—and licks him. You can try the same thing Saturday, when Sam meets Gary Player in the first match of the 1959-60 All-Star series (ABC-TV, 5 p.m. E.D.T.)

By Richard B. Jablow

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

RALF COYKENDALL JR.

'Be your own boss'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

faces in the crowd...