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September 30, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

A Big Day for Old Man Mose

Lefty Grove was 41 and at the end of his long career when he won his 300th game

By Maury Allen

Georgia-Alabama

SETTLED OUT OF COURT

Bear Bryant's Alabama team, in an almost exact reenactment of the 1962 game that led to a celebrated libel suit, again proved it was far superior to Johnny Griffith's University of Georgia Bulldogs

By John Underwood

World Series

NOTHING STOPPED THE DODGERS

They'll blow the pennant again, cried the critics, but the heroes of Los Angeles, riding the strong left arms of Ron Perranoski (below), Sandy Koufax and John Podres, won like champions

By Robert Creamer

THE ELEGANT BAY OF MRS. BUCK

Against the fastest field of all time, Overtrick had to break the world record for pacers in order to win the Little Brown Jug—so he did just that, and he did it not once but twice

By Kenneth Rudeen

Bears And Others

BEARS AND OTHER COMMUTERS

Assorted evidence is presented that after eons of fleeing from humans, wild animals are mounting a new and sinister attack that is based on one of their enemy's own adages: 'If you can't lick 'em, join 'em'

By Robert Cantwell

The Girls To Beat

WHY CAN'T WE BEAT THIS GIRL?

Pretty girls from all over the world are competing in track and field—and having fun. But where are the Americans? They are at home, demurely avoiding physical stress and missing out on a very good thing

College Football

Hail again the likes of Alex Wojciechowicz!

After many a lean year the East is back with names almost as unpronounceable as that of the Fordham lineman—and football teams that rank with the country's best

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Sporting Look

The girls have all the lines

Boating

Win, lose or sink, the best were out sailing

September's winds, as usual, blew hot and cold on the sailing world's effort to find a champion but, even though no single racing sailor could be acclaimed "the world's best," the search was a lively one

By Hugh Whall

Pro Football

The big man who wasn't there

Alex Karras was sorely missed as the Green Bay Packers took the Detroit Lion defense apart

By Tex Maule

Wahoo

Wahoo

Its speed leaves an angler limp, its cunning makes you want to jump overboard. No wonder the man who first boated one cried out in glee...

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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