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October 14, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

SHOPWALK

Golfers' fall weather clothes are much warmer and more colorful this season

By Paul Stewart

Yesterday

Who Hanged the 1927 Pirates?

No one doubts that the Yankees pulled the rope tight, but two bull-headed members of the Pittsburgh team helped knot the noose

World Series

KOO-FOO THE KILLER

By William Leggett

ANALYSIS BY AN EXPERT

Fred Hutchinson, manager of Cincinnati's 1961 champions, tells Robert Creamer how the Dodgers won the World Series.

By Fred Hutchinson

Watkins Glen

BIG DAY FOR CLARKHUNTERS AT THE GLEN

Scotland's Jimmy Clark has become so worthy a trophy that the best drivers are after his scalp. Two beat him the U.S. Grand Prix. They drove marvelously, but a malfunctioning fuel pump was Jimmy's downfall

By Kenneth Rudeen

El As

'EL AS' IS THE VOICE OF AMERICA

Or at least the voice of Latin America, where millions listened this week to Buck Canel, a swashbuckling New Yorker, as he broadcast his 27th World Series in Spanish

By Robert H. Boyle

See How They Run

SEE HOW THEY RUN

A WORKHORSE TEXAS BULL

Last year the long arm of Chicago's George Halas reached down into Texas to grab Ronnie Bull. It was a good grab. Bull runs like a latter-day Bronko Nagurski with a fullback Ph. D.

By Jack Olsen

College Football

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Pro Football

War in the East, impatience in the West

The improving Browns stopped the Steeler ground game but had trouble in the air. Next week Cleveland faces a troublesome Tittle while the Packers and the Bears itchily await a second go

By Tex Maule

Boating

The hydros rolled snake eyes on a gambling man's lake

A wild windstorm beached the boats at the Lake Tahoe hydroplane championships, but the gamblers on the shore never felt a breeze

By Hugh Whall

Harness Racing

Giving them the raspberry

Speedy Scot, a saucy colt that sticks his tongue out at the world, never gave the field a chance as he trotted off with a Triple Crown

By Pat Ryan

Bridge

The lively style of Nippon

By Charles Goren

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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