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November 19, 1962 Table Of Contents

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SHOPWALK

SKIING MOVES RAPIDLY UPHILL

By Nancy Pierce

Big Bromley

A Brewer's Good Old Mountain Brew: Big Bromley

Fred Pabst Jr. turned his back on beer and cheese and Wisconsin society to make a business out of recreational skiing

By Arthur Zich

Ford's Plunge

FORD'S BIG PLUNGE INTO RACING

The nation's second largest automaker elects to go after prizes from Indianapolis to Monte Carlo. An exclusive report

By Kenneth Rudeen

THE GIANTS ARE STILL TOO GOOD

New York's football pros were said to be getting long in the tooth, but after their win over the immature Dallas Cowboys they seem headed for another Eastern Division championship

By Tex Maule

A Man's Hope

A MAN AND A HOPE

Perfect Defense

PERFECT AND BALANCED DEFENSE

When Detroit and Green Bay meet, the two best defenses in professional football will be opposed, but the Packer unit—a clever blend of daring and conservative players—is the less penetrable of the two. Coach Vince Lombardi made it that way, and if Nick Pietrosante and the other Lions are to win their Thanksgiving Day game, they will do so only by splitting Green Bay personalities

By Tex Maule

The U.S. Is Best

THE U.S. IS BEST...AND GETTING BETTER

Palmer and Snead win the Canada Cup, and it becomes evident why America dominates international golf

By Gwilym S. Brown

Sporting Look

THE TOP OF THE STRETCH

By Jo Ahern Zill

Bridge

15-round championship fight

By Charles Goren

College Football

Requiem for a moth

Last Saturday Chattanooga fluttered near a flame called Ole Miss, and for a wonderful instant the flame was dimmed

By Walter Bingham

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Horse Shows

New courses for jump horses

They made a big difference in the performances at New York's National, where the only items on the program that turned up negative were the saliva tests

By Alice Higgins

Horse Racing

Turnabout on a sloppy Saturday

Two leading stables traded upset victories at Aqueduct and Garden State Park, and one side effect was a change in the winter book for next season's Kentucky Derby

By Whitney Tower

Basketball

Rough night for Yuri and Jak

The Russians hinted at surprises as they arrived for another U.S. tour, but their style is still the same—old-fashioned and rough

By Robert Creamer

Biggie Munn

A MAN AFTER HIS OWN HEART

That's one opinion of Biggie Munn, athletic director of Michigan State, shown here (far left) as he addresses a football dinner. In the foreground, looking slightly askance, is his onetime protege, Coach Duffy Daugherty. A contrary opinion of Biggie is that, under his own rules for greatness, he just happened to fill the bill

By Gerald Holland

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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