Nov. 14, 1960
Nov. 14, 1960

Table of Contents
Nov. 14, 1960

Big M
The Old Boys
Melbourne Cup
Bobby Hull
Horse Shows
College Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


Football's Inspired Saturday

This is an article from the Nov. 14, 1960 issue

16 Minnesota became the nation's No. 1
22 ...and Army crushed Syracuse in an upset

24 The Big O Passes the Test
Pro basketball's Oscar Robertson makes a memorable debut against the Celtics

26 The Mighty Old Men
The Colts and the Giants, aging gracefully, rise up to turn back pretenders to their thrones

33 Upset in the Cup
A rank outsider once again beats the favorite in Australia's racing classic

36 The Handsome Hero of the Hawks
At 21, Bobby Hull is sparking a renascence in Chicago hockey. By Kenneth Rudeen

47 Wilma and Ed
The appealing story of the girl who ran away with the Olympics and of her dedicated coach

60 The Casino of Monte Carlo
The legends, fantasies and facts about the century-old casino and those who try to beat it

80 Part II: A Life with Golf
For the first time in his own words Bobby Jones tells the incredible story of the Grand Slam

The departments

5 Coming Events
7 Scorecard
14 Editorials
67 Horse Shows
71 College Football
76 Fitness
78 Charles Goren
97 For the Record
98 19th Hole
100 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 97

Cover painting by Harvey Schmidt


Next week

It's the start of a new season, and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED presents the very best in ski life and ski living: first, the fanciful new snow fashions, pictured in color at Portillo, Chile; next, the new story of Toni Sailer, once an Olympic idol, now a matinee idol; and the story of that growing phenomenon, the low-cost ski chalet, along with an original design showing a compact, comfortable mountain house for the skiing family.