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BENEATH THE CHRISTMAS TREE

By Walter Bingham

Basking Shark

Broiling a Basking Shark

...and other greedy tips on a trend among sportsmen that seems, distressingly, to be sweeping the country

By James Coyle

Trojan Glory

THE TROJANS RIDE TO GLORY

Southern Cal survived a giant dose of Hollywood hoopla to crush Notre Dame and keep its No. 1 ranking

By John Underwood

Dashed Down in the Sun

Right Up in the Mud

Leader Of A Rout

ART HEYMAN: HE IS LEADING A ROUT OF THE TALL MEN

A phalanx of stars who display an exciting blend of strength and speed takes over from the giants as college basketball reveals a new kind of talent

By Roy Terrell

Scouting Reports

SCOUTING REPORTS: THE TOP 20 TEAMS

1 Cincinnati

2 Duke

3 Kentucky

4 Mississippi State

5 West Virginia

6 Loyola of Chicago

7 Bowling Green

8 St. Louis

9 Oregon State

10 Illinois

11 Stanford

12 Ohio State

13 Wichita

14 Arizona State

15 Houston

16 Kansas State

17 UCLA

18 Colorado State University

19 Indiana

20 DePaul

Ten That Will Spring Some Upsets

These teams don't rank with the top 20—many of them are nowhere near it—but with their combination of talent and training they occasionally are going to defeat the elite

Pro Football

The best losers in the game today

In any other year the Detroit Lions would be leading their division. Now, in the heyday of the Green Bay Packers, they are second, having lost two games by a total of five points

By Tex Maule

College Football

A case of matter over minds

The air was thick with strategy when Army met Navy in Philadelphia, but it was the brilliant play of Roger Staubach that carried the day

By Walter Bingham

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All-America

THE SILVER ALL-AMERICA 1962

As cold winds begin to blow, and the football year grinds to a halt, Sports Illustrated announces its seventh Silver Anniversary All-America awards, symbolized by silver goalposts which are proudly conferred on 25 former college players, now mature men of outstanding citizenship.

Silver Anniversary

A Modest All-America Who Sits on the Highest Bench

Justice Byron R. White, the greatest athlete of his time, a member of football's Hall of Fame, a warrior and a scholar, was President Kennedy's first appointment to the Supreme Court. Here are his reminiscences on a career of action and service

By Alfred Wright

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

Memo from the Publisher

By Sidney L. James

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