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Sept. 24, 1962
Sept. 24, 1962

Table of Contents
Sept. 24, 1962

Point Of Fact
Yesterday
Liston
  • Ben Skelton is 37 years old. He never got anywhere as a boxer, but he has sparred with the champs—Louis, Charles, Walcott. In the past months he has worked out with both Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson. Last week he told SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Mort Sharnik what he thinks of their chances—their strengths, weaknesses and plans

'Weatherly'
College Football 1962
Hunting
Pro Football
Horse Racing
Woody Hayes
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

20 The Big Golf Secret
Fans may be shocked to learn that when tournaments end in ties the pros often split the purses

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24 He's Mad and Getting Madder
Sonny Liston thinks he has plenty of reasons to dislike Champion Floyd Patterson, but he's looking for more

28 "Weatherly" Upstages the Challenger
The Aussie sloop Gretel made a bold bid, but the opening race for the America's Cup went to the U.S.

34 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1962

36 COLOR: The fun of a small college weekend
44 CONTROVERSY: The best player of all time

51 SCOUTING REPORTS of more than 175 teams

53 THE WEST
58 THE SOUTH
66 THE MIDWEST
76 THE SOUTHWEST
82 THE EAST
90 SMALL COLLEGES

124 PERSONALITY: Woody Hayes of Ohio State

112 The Surf and Subway Circuit
In two more Thoroughbred futurities, a continent apart, Never Bend wins at Aqueduct and Slipped Disc at Del Mar

The departments

9 Scorecard
97 Hunting
102 Pro Football
108 Bridge
111 Golf
112 Horse Racing
141 Football's Week
142 Baseball's Week
143 For the Record
144 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Hy Peskin

Acknowledgments on page 143

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Next week

The World Series shapes up this year as a classical battle of speed vs. power. An evaluation of the contenders—their strengths and their vulnerabilities—and some predictions.

Football, college and pro, moves into full swing as Walter Bingham reports on Penn State-Navy, the East's big game: Tex Maule on Frank Gifford and the aging New York Giants.

Epic suspense makes Jack Olsen's The Climb Up to Hell a classic of mountain literature. This is the first of three weekly installments from the new best-selling book (Harper & Row).