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Shopwalk

Finger toasters, silk glove liners and wool helmets will help you keep warm when skiing on sub-zero days

By Paul Stewart

A Way To Improve

A Simple Way to Improve at Any Sport

By Parke Cummings

Ski Mission

A YOUNG TEAM WITH A MISSION

Ganefo Snafu

SUKARNO'S LAVISH GANEFO WAS MOSTLY SNAFU

Indonesia put on its Games of the New Emerging Forces, but what emerged in two weird weeks was a new kind of chaos

By T. Peter Ross

Staubach

A SETTING FOR GREATNESS AT PHILADELPHIA

The Army and the Navy have met on the football field 63 times in the last 73 years. Seldom has either service possessed a star of greater magnitude than Navy's Roger Staubach (at left, with Coach Wayne Hardin), a midshipman who speaks not but does everything

By Dan Jenkins

Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All America

A VERY HARD LOOK AT FOOTBALL

The 1963 Silver Anniversary award winners compare the value of the game today with the 1938 version

By Rex Lardner

THE MINIATURE McCOY

Making Millions

THE PLAY-MONEY GAME THAT MADE MILLIONS

Founded on a kitchen table as a Depression-era '52 fundamental errors,' Monopoly has reigned for 30 years as the pastime and initially rejected because it contained most popular board game in the country

By J. F. Wilkinson

Football's Week

The big ones are yet to come

Most major teams postponed for a week their final games of the season. But Oklahoma played, and perhaps now the Sooners wish they had not

By Mervin Hyman

Pro Football

Charley's formula worked

A couple of young scientists—Charley Johnson of St. Louis and Frank Ryan of Cleveland—concocted a three-way tie in the East last Sunday with victories over New York and Dallas

By Tex Maule

Hockey

The rich bounty of mutiny

Like Captain Bligh's sailors, Chicago's hockey players cast their coach adrift, but Pitcairn Island is likely to be the NHL championship

By Herman Weiskopf

Bridge

Two youths who refused to be conned

By Charles Goren

Spirit, Body

SPIRIT MIND BODY

This is the motto of Springfield College, a school that holds classes in ring-around-a-rosy, gilds its gymnasts into Living Statuary, invents such games as basketball and is making an unequaled contribution to American sports

By Robert H. Boyle

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

THE PRESIDENT WHO LOVED SPORT