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October 22, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Take up fencing if you want to have fun while getting into top condition

By Mary Ann Gould

Yesterday

Last Round for Bummy

Al Davis was known as a mean fighter in the ring and in the streets—and his final fight was the meanest of all

By Irving Rudd

Big Surge

BIG SURGE ON THE WEST COAST

Far West football, which seldom has had more than one good team at a time, suddenly has six, and they are a match for anyone

By Walter Bingham

Fuji's Fairways

U.S. IS BEST ON FUJI'S FAIRWAYS

Golf-crazy Japan was the setting for the World Amateur tournament in which the American team, lovingly served by its tiny caddies, won again

By Lee Griggs

When the Rains Came...and Came...and Came

Sports Economist

HELP! DOES ALL THIS STUFF BELONG TO ME?

It sure does, if you make $7,500 a year and live in the suburbs. So says Chicago Sports Economist Richard E. Snyder, whose figures show that Americans now spend a record $2.4 billion a year for the active life

By Robert H. Boyle

Elk Hunt

A TENDERFOOT PAINTS AN ELK HUNT

Football's Week

Young season, old enemies

By Gwilym S. Brown

Pro Football

Mile-high hopes in high old Denver

Jack Faulkner, the youngest pro coach, has his American League team in first place—and the town in love with him

By John Underwood

Bridge

A partner can't always call the pitch

East wigwags, 'Please don't lead clubs,' but West understands that a signal is not necessarily an order and finds a way to set the contract

By Charles Goren

Baseball

A long look through the rain

Some reflections on the World Series and the season just past lead to a surprising discovery concerning the American League

By Roy Terrell

Barn 8

SCENE: BARN 8 AT 6 A.M.

A racetrack begins to stir before dawn. For a few hours, a singular group of men goes about specialized asks. Even the stable pets seem a breed apart from the ordinary. Here is the way it was at Belmont one morning this season

By Gilbert Rogin

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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