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November 04, 1963 | Volume 19, Issue 19

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 04, 1963

November 04, 1963 | Alfred Wright

November 04, 1963 | Henry Longhurst
And it was almost strong enough to accomplish the golf upset of the year as the highly favored United States team of Palmer and Nicklaus nearly lost the Canada Cup in a French fog

The crowd was thick around one of the greens at Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche last week when somebody in the rear ranks shouted "Down in front!" With that a thin, white-haired, mild-mannered gentleman got...

November 04, 1963 | Coles Phinizy

November 04, 1963 | Walter Bingham

November 04, 1963
If it rains on Sunday, professional football players go out in it. For the pros there is, to be sure, no choice. The game remains the thing—mud and all. But just under the mud that covers the big...

November 04, 1963 | Dan Jenkins

November 04, 1963 | Hal Higdon

November 04, 1963 | Dan Jenkins
Almost everybody has heard the old story. This football coach was driving through the Minnesota farm land one day. He saw this big, raw-boned kid plowing in the field and asked him which way to...

November 04, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
THE MIDWEST

November 04, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
Mississippi over LSU. LSU has too many injuries to beat the talent-rich Rebels.

November 04, 1963 | Tex Maule
With short gains on peppered passes by Y. A. Tittle (above) and great defensive line play, the Giants showed how the Browns could be beaten

November 04, 1963 | Alice Higgins
Trainers are still wounding their walking horses. In other respects the American Royal in Kansas City was the biggest and best show in years

November 04, 1963 | Joe David Brown
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November 04, 1963
THE HIGHEST OLYMPICS

November 04, 1963
•John Crittendon, Miami News writer, on Alabama Coach Bear Bryant and his critics: "He stares down most of them, and he sues the others."

November 04, 1963
16—Walter Iooss Jr.17—Fred Kaplan18-21—Brian Seed23—Charleston Daily Mail27, 28—Curt Gunther48—drawing by Michael Ramus50—James Drake54—John Croft-Minneapolis Star & Tribune56—Herb...

November 04, 1963
Paula Murphy, 28, an amateur racer from Granada Hills, Calif., drove her Studebaker Avanti an average of 161.29 mph on two runs over a measured-mile course at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah to...

November 04, 1963
BASEBALL—"A manager has got to know how to handle pitchers. What do you think I've been doing all these years?" said Catcher-Coach YOGI BERRA as he signed a one-year contract to manage the New...

November 04, 1963
DEATH SENTENCESirs:The line you guys employ never ceases to amaze me. You spin that moralizing nonsense about the beauty and truth of boxing (SCORECARD, Oct. 28), then you turn right around and...

November 04, 1963 | Herman Weiskopf
An NHL quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert