Oct. 31, 1960
Oct. 31, 1960

Table of Contents
Oct. 31, 1960

Florida Keys
Reluctant Ripper
Horatio Harry
College Football
Mark Catesby
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


16 A Mighty LeapFrom Ruin
A firsthand report on the gallant effort of the Florida Keys to rebuild afterHurricane Donna

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20 HippomaniacsDown Under
Australia is aflame, as usual, for its annual horse racing classic nextTuesday

26 Guys and DollsAmong the Ivy
Autumn, the Big Game and an invasion of visiting dates are all it takes to makea campus weekend

32 Jack theReluctant Ripper
World Champion Driver Jack Brabham, unlike some colorful hotspurs of the past,makes haste slowly

45 HoratioHarry
Glad-handing Harry Wismer, sportscaster and pro football executive, is a man ofcurious force

48 Rain, Rain, GoAway
Photographs in color of an American tradition: college football on a cold,rainy day

70 A Legend Comesto Life
Robert Cantwell relates the untold story of Mark Catesby, America's firstnaturalist


9 Scorecard
12 Editorials
15 Coming Events
53 College Football
58 Charles Goren
63 Baseball
66 Dogs
81 For the Record
82 19th Hole
84 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgmentson page 81

Next week

Roy Terrell visits the Border Conference to watchfreewheeling desert country football. Arizona State vs. New Mexico State willbe the focus of Football's Seventh Week.

For the first time ever, the unforgettable Bobby Jonestells in his own words the story of his life with golf. First of two parts fromhis forthcoming autobiography.

In a world beset by French menus, onetime Manhattangourmet Stanley Walker, now a Texas chuck wagon diner, makes a plea for plaintalk and honest fare in the kitchen.