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October 12, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Jonas Brothers in Seattle use Fiberglas in a new and unique method of taxidermy

By Laurie Johnston

Yesterday/Graham McNamee

Sports Announcer by Accident

Graham McNamee set out to be a singer—but in 1923, when he and radio were young, he became a

By Thomas F. Moore

St. Louis

MIRACLE IN ST. LOUIS

It was the week that wasn't—or, anyway, the week that couldn't have been. In the American League the Yankees, dead six weeks earlier, effortlessly contained closing rallies by the White Sox and Orioles to win by the biggest one-game margin in baseball history. In the National League it was stark melodrama. Philadelphia was dying. St. Louis was shot through with rumor. Cincinnati was riven with dissension. The Cardinals choked miserably, then rallied to win their pennant by the smallest one-game margin in baseball history. On Sunday the melodrama finally ended in laughter and champagne, but for six long days the tension had been almost unbearable

By William Leggett

Cincinnati

DEBACLE IN CINCINNATI

By Frank Deford

A COOL WIN IN A CROWDED GLEN

Victory in the U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen went to the imperturbable Graham Hill, who moved well ahead of two fellow Britons, John Surtees and Jim Clark, in the final thrust for the world driving championship

By Bob Ottum

Special Brute

A SPECIAL KIND OF BRUTE WITH A LOVE OF VIOLENCE

For Linebacker Dick Butkus of Illinois, the good life consists mainly of picking apart a few blockers and mashing the ballcarrier, a habit that makes the Illini tough to beat

By Dan Jenkins

New Dynasty

THE MAKINGS OF A NEW PRO DYNASTY

The Colts, with excellent running to add to the threat of Unitas, have beaten the Packers, demolished the Bears and turned back the challenge of the Rams. Baltimore is on its way toward the NFL championship—now or later

By Tex Maule

Antelope

WHERE THE ANTELOPE PLAY

By Duncan Barnes

People

PEOPLE

College Football

New coat of paint on the old Kentucky home

The University of Kentucky football team has known some miserable afternoons in recent years, but successive upset victories over Mississippi and Auburn herald happier days

By Larry Van Hoose

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Motor Sports

Two old shoestringers jolt the jet set

Men spend millions trying to break the land-speed record, but last week on the Bonneville Salt Flats two brothers who don't speak—except to the record book—pushed the mark way up with home-built hot rods

By Hays Gorey

Horse Racing

The protruding proboscis

It belonged to high-flying Gun Bow as he outfought gallant Kelso to win the most thrilling Woodward ever—and maybe a title as well

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

Another lesson from a master

Now 80 and long retired from tournament play, Harold S. Vanderbilt, inventor of contract bridge, has written a new book on his theories

By Charles Goren

British Football

SIX DREARY DAYS-THEN SATURDAY

The story of British Football

By Jack Olsen

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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

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