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November 11, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

A college football quiz to test the memory and add to the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

By Harold Peterson

Yesterday

The Fix That Failed

It was only a meaningless touch-tackle game in Caldwell, Idaho, but a gambler had a scheme to make money on it

By Robert Froman

War On Ferocity

A WAR ON FEROCITY

There have been more injuries in pro football this year than ever before. In their concern over unnecessary roughness, officials are tightening up on rules and carefully studying game films for hidden infractions

By Walter Bingham

Foxcroft

HORSEBACK IN THE CLASSROOM

Few girls graduate from Virginia's exclusive Foxcroft School without learning to ride. The headmistress says that the course teaches students sportsmanship and self-discipline

By Peggy Downey

Yogi

'I GOT A TOUCH LIKE A BLACKSMITH'

Yogi Berra, the switch-hitting golfer, was speaking of his putting in Pinehurst last week. But that defect should not handicap him at all as new manager of the Yankees

By Gerald Holland

Kelso

MOVE OVER, MAN O' WAR

After four years of brilliant performances Kelso must be ranked at the top of the list of U.S. Thoroughbreds, up there with Big Red himself

By Whitney Tower

STEINBERG AT THE RACES

Motor Sports

Best thing since Napoleon

Birthplace of the French emperor, the Mediterranean isle of Corsica now boasts a slightly inhuman rally that can break the best of drivers

By Paul Evan Ress

College Football

A big man in any league

When Northern Illinois Quarterback George Bork throws the ball, his team wins, records tumble and pro scouts come running

By Gwilym Brown

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Silver Anniversary

They met the challenges of a changing era

Twenty-five college football players from the class of 1939 receive the annual Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award for distinguished activities and mature citizenship in the years since they graduated

By Robert Cantwell

Pro Football

Bench jockeys who can also ride

Wise money figured Green Bay was out when Bart Starr got clobbered. The wise money figured wrong

By Tex Maule

Texas Weekend

The Disciples of St. Darrell on a Wild Weekend

A portrait of Texas football fandom: There were four big games in three days and Longhorn rooter Joe Coffman had the time of his life

By Dan Jenkins

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

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