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August 19, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Kaneda

The Winningest Japanese

Masaichi Kaneda is breaking so many pitching records that fans think of him as an Oriental Warren Spahn

By Lee Griggs

Tiger

A SMILE ON THE FACE OF THE TIGER

Politicians, tribesmen, crocodile cultists and rain doctors celebrate as Dick Tiger demolishes Gene Fullmer in Black Africa's first world title fight

By Jack Olsen

Doubting Dutchman

AN ACCOMPLISHED BUT DOUBTING DUTCHMAN

Ron VanderKelen, rookie Viking quarterback, tries to hide his considerable talent under a thick layer of apprehension. Coach Norman Van Brocklin laughs and says: "Vandy is dandy"

By John Underwood

JUST HOW DUMB CAN THEY BE?

Largemouth Bass

THIS IS THE FISH YOU CAN'T CATCH TOO MANY OF

An eminent biologist explains why anglers should not be penalized by needless regulations on the largemouth bass and offers reliable fishing tips

By Robert H. Boyle

Sporting Look

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Motor Sports

Cool run for an old hot rodder

Craig Breedlove broke the world land-speed record without pushing his tricycle jet to its upper limits

By Hays Gorey

Bridge

Livelier than the late show

Tension was high, and mistakes costly as the masters' teams fought until dawn for a title

By Charles Goren

Baseball

The day when all the sentiment stands still

In Cooperstown on Hall of Fame day, baseball wallows in nostalgia, but at the game's legendary place of origin, the corn tastes just fine

By Robert Creamer

Volkswagen

THE BEETLE DOES FLOAT

Submerged in hyperbole, the Volkswagen cannot be all they say it is. But even the claim that the car is part water bug checks out, as this picture shows

By Huston Horn

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

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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