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November 26, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Children's winter clothes for outdoor play are modeled after the best adult ski wear

By Jule Campbell

Yesterday

Will the Real 'Twelfth Man' Stand Up?

There have been several claimants to the honor, but no one really knows who leaped out of the stands and played briefly for Dartmouth in its 1935 game with Princeton

By Mary Ann Gould

Bear's Bad Day

A ROUGH DAY FOR THE BEAR

Reversing a national trend toward brutal football, Paul Bryant's Alabama played a hard and remarkably clean game against Georgia Tech—but lost it 7-6

By Morton Sharnik

Ancient Warrior

CAMPAIGN'S END FOR AN ANCIENT WARRIOR

Looming triumphantly over the humbled figure of Archie Moore, down for the third and final time, is young Cassius Clay, whose insistent fists fulfilled his audacious boast that 'Moore must fall in four'

By Gilbert Rogin

Bon Voyage

Bon Voyage to the Ball Game

Three Girls

THREE GIRLS ON A HORSE

A covey of attractive young girls, whose riding styles are as different as their personalities, has brought a fresh wave of excitement to the autumn horse show circuit by competing often and successfully with the very best male equestrians from the U.S. and other lands

By William Leggett

Army's Dietzel

SUPERCHARGED APHORIST

Army's Paul Dietzel dispenses heartening phrases and develops winning football teams with equal facility as he prepares for the all-important Navy game

By Rex Lardner

NUTS AND BOLTS IN NASSAU TOWN

For most of the year Nassau drowses under balmy skies. But for a fortnight in late fall—they call it Bahamas Speed Weeks, mon—unmuffled hell breaks loose, and so, Artist Marc Simont found, do some of the balmiest types around

Amateur Athletics

The AAU yields its sole control of track and field

Goaded by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, the Amateur Athletic Union and the NCAA resolved their principal differences—mostly on the side of the collegians

By Tex Maule

Pro Football

The sad case of the missing quarterback

Even by sorrowful Coach Mike Holovak's standards, things were going well for the Boston Patriots in the big game in Houston. Then Babe Parilli was hurt and the Oilers were in first place

By Tex Maule

Food

Game to please a hungry President

By Pamela Knight

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Cursed Swamp

The Cursed Swamp

Abandoned to terror and mystery for years, the East Coast's Great Dismal Swamp is giving up its secrets as hunters and naturalists find it brimming with life and primeval beauty

By Jack Olsen

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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