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PRO GOLF RESULTS

Winners on the PGA tour through August

Yesterday

Who Hanged the 1927 Pirates?

No one doubts that the Yankees pulled the rope tight, but two bullheaded men helped knot the noose

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 30 to October 6

Editorials

PUSHBUTTON FOOTBALL

World Series

"BEAT 'EM, BUCS"

The battle cry of a city and a team has become reality with the first Pirate pennant in 33 years. Here are the reasons Sports Illustrated believes the Bucs will win the Series, too

By Roy Terrell

WORLD SERIES ANALYSIS

A detailed comparison of the hitting, fielding and pitching skills of the two pennant winners, along with a discussion of probable managerial strategies, as evaluated by Staff Writer Walter Bingham

By Walter Bingham

A FOUR-LEAF CLOVER IN HIS POCKET

Eddie Arcaro carried a good luck charm into the starting gate, and he won the Woodward with Sword Dancer. But don't jump to any obvious conclusions

By Whitney Tower

AL AND KINGPETCH OF SIAM

Pone Kingpetch retained his flyweight title last week, to the intense satisfaction of a rough-hewn graduate of Stillman's Gym who taught Thailand how to fight

By James Murray

High Game

Huskies

ONE EYE ON THE ROSE BOWL

A half-blind quarterback, Bob Schloredt, may again lead Jim Owens' Huskies into Pasadena

By Alfred Wright

VIGIL BY THE SURF

Surf Fishing

DOWN TO THE SEA IN BOOTS

Neither rain nor sleet nor dark threats from his wife can stay the dogged surf fisherman from the slow completion of his appointed—and often fruitless—rounds. Buffeted by the waves, perplexed by the weather, baffled by the fish, he plods nightly to the sea, full of hope and neuroses

By Jack Olsen

Spectacle

SERIES TIME IN ANOTHER WORLD

College Football

Up from the depths

Northwestern's experienced backs and green line led the Big Ten back to the top, a Texas halfback straightened out and Lehigh's engineers turned the pressure on Delaware

By Robert Boyle

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S SECOND WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Pro Football

Custer's first stand

Bob Waterfield's Rams may not be Little Bighorns, but they proved pretty easy to massacre

By James Murray

Automobiles

Compact with a flat floor

Most original of the new compacts, the Tempest is rid of that annoying bump in the front-seat floor. Pontiac designers have put the transmission in the rear where it bothers no one

By Nick Thimmesch

Harness Racing

Bang went Bullet

In two magnificent bursts, Bullet Hanover rewarded his driver with a third Jug victory

By William Leggett

Baseball Music

THE MUSIC OF BASEBALL

THE MELODIES INSPIRED BY THE GAME ARE RICH, RARE, SOMETIMES EVEN REVOLTING. WATCH OUT-PITTSBURGH MIGHT SING ITS WAY TO VICTORY

By Robert Cantwell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

JAMES ARENDER

Diving for gold

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD