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October 7, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

The Winchester Model 101 is a high-quality shotgun for all seasons

By Duncan Barnes

Yesterday

Bright Night in Brooklyn

The first major league baseball game under lights at Ebbets Field 25 years ago provided a memorable drama

By Maury Allen

Brown Boom

BIG BROWN BOOM

The Cleveland Browns were supposed to go sky-high last year, but somebody forgot to light the fuse. This year Fullback Jimmy Brown and Quarterback Frank Ryan are exploding to new records and have put Cleveland at the top of the NFL in the East. Who struck the match?

By Tex Maule

Last Time

LAST TIME AROUND WITH STAN

In late August one of baseball's most remarkable men began his final swing through the National League. A touching but cheerful report on the end of a fabulous career

By Theodore M. O'Leary

TWO LADIES IN SEARCH OF THE WORLD

For them, winning the Woodward Stakes meant more than another rich prize

By Whitney Tower

Jim Clark

NONE SO SWIFT AS WEE JIMMY

Jim Clark of Scotland is the youngest world champion Grand Prix driver, the scourge of Indianapolis and the master of an ancient Border farm, where an auld ghost walks. He should win this Sunday's race at Watkins Glen

By Kenneth Rudeen

SHOOTING IN MAYO AND KERRY AND CORK

Bridge

Never play for the impossible

By Charles Goren

College Football

A hundred plays in a hundred-plus degrees

In the breathless heat of Los Angeles' Coliseum, Oklahoma held on to the ball almost twice as long as USC and soundly thrashed the country's top-ranked team

By Dan Jenkins

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Tennis

Not quite all right, Jack

There were British flags aplenty waving at the Davis Cup matches, but in the end the Union Jack saluted only a flagging British cup team

By Robert Ball

A French Noah

LEGACY OF A FRENCH NOAH

At the turn of the century Henri Menier imported 100 pairs of whitetail deer to add to the wealth of natural wonders of his Anticosti Island. Menier is now only a memory, but the 50,000 deer that roam the island keep hunters happy and busy

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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