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November 2, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Golfing feats, fiction, fun, verse and advice are found in a new anthology

By Rex Lardner

Yesterday

Short Happy Afternoon of Bart Macomber

By Howard Franklin

Wake Up

Wake Up The Echoes!

After a dormant decade, undefeated Notre Dame is once again a national power, thanks to a new coach, a very un-Irish quarterback, a defense with a cheering section of its own and that old, old spirit

By Dan Jenkins

Olympics End

AN EXUBERANT FINISH IN TOKYO

The Russians came fast in the final week to win the most medals, but the Americans had the most golds and the real victory. Then the Olympic Games ended—on a high note of fun and unforgettable ceremony

By John Underwood

Braves

BRAVURA BATTLE FOR THE BRAVES

Atlanta is building a stadium for the Milwaukee baseball team though no one is sure where the club will open next spring. Now the courts have been asked to finish writing this modern tale of two cities

By Huston Horn

Liston

THE PREFIGHT MOODS OF SONNY LISTON

Before he left for his bout with Clay, Sonny's training in Denver took him to some strange places

By Mark Kram

GREEN BAY MAY BE LITTLE, BUT FOOTBALL IS A GIANT

People

PEOPLE

College Football

A light man to do the heavy work

Though he is only 153 pounds, Nebraska Fullback Frank Solich still throws his weight around

By Tom Brody

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Bridge

One baron who could be queen

By Charles Goren

Golden Door

GIRL BEHIND A GOLDEN DOOR

A Sports Illustrated writer, hoping fitness can be bought with money, goes through the gilded and glorious portal at right that gives its name to an esteemed California beauty resort. Inside for a week, she learns how those who have a few pounds and several hundred dollars to spare get themselves toned up and slimmed down

By Barbara La Fontaine

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

THE MEDAL WINNERS AT THE OLYMPICS 1964

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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