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The Series

IT'S THE YANKEES VS. THE WEST

New York has the biceps, the Dodgers have the legs and the Giants have hopes. The World Series shapes up as a tight one, and the Yankees will be counting heavily on Tom Tresh, a rookie who has never seen a Series game

By Huston Horn

A 'SNAKE-SLIDING' DODGER TRIES TO STEAL THE PENNANT

By Tom C. Brody

Golf

LOST IN A FOREST OF NEEDLES

The most famous names in amateur golf came to grief in the woods of Pinehurst as the national championship was won by an unknown 20-year-old who managed to stick to the fairways

By Alfred Wright

A TEAM EVEN A COACH CAN LOVE

To hear Penn State Coach Rip Engle tell it, his Nittany Lions couldn't beat Vassar. But when State crushed Navy last week, it was clear that it was the best in the East

By Walter Bingham

Waterlogged Hitchhiker

Jack Price

'JACK PRICE MUST BE CRAZY'

The controversial owner of this country's most popular horse aggravates his critics by taking Carry Back to Paris to race against Europe's bluebloods

By Robert Creamer

America's Cup

UNDERDOG SHOWS HER TEETH

At the precise moment shown at left, the Australian sloop "Gretel" swept past the U.S.'s "Weatherly" on the last leg of the second race to become the first America's Cup challenger in 28 years to win a single event in the best-of-seven series. The Aussies' victory evened the score at one all; on the following pages Carleton Mitchell analyzes the factors that gave new suspense to the century-old cup competition.

By Carleton Mitchell

Harness Racing

Three hot heats warm a cold Jug day

While spectators shivered, Lehigh Hanover overcame a bad break and beat the favorite to give Stanley Dancer his second straight Little Brown Jug victory

By Kenneth Rudeen

College Football

Another big year in the Big Ten

It has often been claimed, and statistics tend to prove it, that in college football the Western Conference is supreme. Returns from key games last week indicate the pattern will hold up again this fall

By Gwilym S. Brown

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Pro Football

No rocking chair for Frank Gifford

Age need not be a prime factor in slowing down a pro football player. Frank Gifford (right) and his Giant teammates are out to prove that the right mental attitude offsets the years

By Tex Maule

Motor Sports

A Detroit challenge to the best from Europe

The new 1963 Corvette is a Grand Touring car in every sense of the word and a road racer that will acquit itself well in any fast company, including the swift Ferraris

By Kenneth Rudeen

Bridge

Palmer vs. Nicklaus—at slam

By Charles Goren

Sporting Look

California is covering the bikini

Next season's swim wear will reflect the new modesty of the St. Tropez set and the sleekness of the scuba divers of California

By Jo Ahern Zill

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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