4 SCOREBOARD
9 EVENTS & DISCOVERIES
46 FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
68 COMING EVENTS
69 THE 19TH HOLE
72 PAT ON THE BACK

AN SI BOXING SPECIAL

18 CONVERSATION PIECE: SUBJECT: ARCHIE MOORE
In a scholarly lecture on the manly art, the light-heavyweight champion and underdog challenger in next Tuesday's heavyweight championship bout with Rocky Marciano, reveals to EZRA BOWEN and MARTIN KANE how he expects to win. With illustrations by Artist ROBERT RIGER

13 SPECTACLE: LITTLE BROWN JUG DAY
The climax of the pacing season brings aficionados to little Delaware, Ohio each September. A photographic report IN COLOR by MARK KAUFFMAN with a preview of next week's race by JEREMIAH TAX

22 FAR WEST FOOTBALL PREVIEW
Herman Hickman, SI's ample traveling man, makes the first of five regional reports on college football and calls UCLA the West Coast powerhouse. Plus football extras: HICKMAN'S HUNCHES, 25 predictions on the day's big games (page 27) and four pages IN COLOR of the UCLA and Maryland squads

50 HEY, MR. BANJO!
A vignette of Jolly Cholly Grimm of the Milwaukee Braves, a living refutation of Durocher's Law, by DON CONNERY and GERALD HOLLAND, with a portrait IN COLOR by ARTHUR SIEGEL

56 WHERE THE WILD GOOSE WAITS
Seven hundred miles north of Toronto SCOTT YOUNG and a party of Detroit businessmen intercept 600,000 blue geese in a goose hunter's happiest hunting ground. With photographs IN COLOR by RONNY JAQUES

62 BOBBY JONES'S GRAND SLAM—PART II
Herbert Warren Wind concludes his exciting account of golf's most remarkable triumph and BOBBY JONES describes his great 1930 shots in two pages of album pictures

THE DEPARTMENTS:

6 Hotbox: JIMMY JEMAIL asks: In a free-for-all between Rocky Marciano and wrestling's Lou Thesz, who would win?

39 Tip from the Top: JIMMY BROWNING of the Weston, Mass. Golf Club advises pushing elbows together before beginning the backswing

44 Baseball: ROBERT CREAMER sits in on Whitey Ford's egregious wild pitch and believes it could mean the pennant for the Indians

52 Motor Sports: JOHN BENTLEY describes the great new Road America course and the stirring duel that inaugurated it

54 Boating: ROBERT N. BAVIER JR. watches a young man from Seattle capture the Mallory Cup with a neat exhibition of small-boat sailing

COVER: ROCKY MARCIANO

Photograph by Hy Peskin

When Rocky Marciano steps into the ring at Yankee Stadium at 10:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 20, he will be defending not only his world heavyweight championship but an unbeaten professional record as well. Born Rocco Marchegiano in Brockton, Mass. 32 years ago (one year earlier than he admits), Marciano has won 48 fights, 42 by knockouts. His challenger, Archie Moore, the light-heavyweight champion, has far from an unbeaten record (120 wins in 144 fights) but possesses experience and dexterity which the slugging Marciano lacks. Archie is convinced he will win and says just that—and how he will do it—in a CONVERSATION PIECE on page 18.

Acknowledgments on page 45

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IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE

AN SI PREVIEW: THE WORLD SERIES
The teams, the records, the scouting reports, plus four pages of Champion Dodgers IN COLOR

J. P. MARQUAND ON OLD NED, THE BARTENDER
Old Ned doesn't mix drinks very well but he has sharp ears and some people at Happy Knoll are loath to let him go

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