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Big Games

THE BIG GAMES

Yesterday

The World's Most Complicated Game

Fletcher Pratt, a historian and naval expert, invented a complex pastime that used ballroom floors and up to 120 players

By Paul Mandel

Desperate Chase

THE DESPERATE CHASE

One of baseball's famed clichés is the cry of the team that is almost out of the race: "We've got to win 'em all." This is what the Cardinals were saying three weeks ago when they trailed the Dodgers by seven games. Since then, in the hottest pennant drive in memory, St. Louis has climbed upward—crucial day by crucial day. Last week, true to the cliché, they won 'em all. Here, game by game, is an intimate look at the Cards' dramatic pursuit

By William Leggett

THE PROS OPEN UP FULL BLAST

The Bears discovered that the Packers were human and the touted Cowboys landed on their heads, but the proud old Giants, just to prove that the NFL was still the NFL, wore their age quite well

By Tex Maule

College Football 1963

THROW THROW THROW

In a year of exceptional quarterbacks, the nation's leading teams will open their offenses and pass often, but defensive-minded Texas should finish unbeaten and No. 1

By Dan Jenkins

TEXAS IS WHERE THE BOYS ARE

SCOUTING REPORTS

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

THE MIDWEST

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

THE EAST

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

THE SOUTH

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

THE SOUTHWEST

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

THE WEST

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

SMALL COLLEGES

Compiled by Mervin Hyman, Dan Jenkins, Harold Peterson, John Underwood

ONE WONDERFUL CONCH IS THIS MIRA

Everything is George in Miami, where George Mira is everything, including the best quarterback in college football. Key Westers are more smug. They say he has py-asso, and they still love him

By John Underwood

Golf

The Deane of the amateurs wins again

An intense young businessman named Beman gets his second National Amateur title, but it takes all the studious concentration he has to fend off an up-from-the-public-links college boy in the final match

By Gwilym S. Brown

College Football

Picking the week's tough ones

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

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

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