Oct. 15, 1962
Oct. 15, 1962

Table of Contents
Oct. 15, 1962

Table of Contents
World Series
Poor Jack
Watkins Glen
Pro Football
College Football
Game Wardens
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 The World Series
The two hordest-hitting teams in baseball find their bats next to useless as the pitchers take over the Series

This is an article from the Oct. 15, 1962 issue

22 Poor Jack—His Horse Ran Out
Carry Back lost Europe's big race, but Jack Price still thinks he's the best and issues a challenge

26 A Blokes' Duel at Watkins Glen
The end still was not in sight as British Drivers Hill and Clark brought their Grand Prix battle to New York

30 The Climb Up to Hell
Volunteers from half of Europe try to rescue the four men lost on the Eiger. The concluding installment

50 Paint, Polish, Pipes & Power
These are the principal ingredients of a new kind of racing boat—the seagoing hot rod

61 New Kick for the Redskins
After years of losses, Washington has discovered the unalloyed joys of winning pro football games

72 Long Hours and Low Pay
The game warden gets little material compensation, but he derives great satisfaction from doing a job he loves

The departments

9 Scorecard
55 Bridge
56 Golf
61 Pro Football
64 Sporting Look
67 College Football
89 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 89

Cover photograph by Steve Schapiro


Next week

Sports soothsayer Richard E. Snyder, our No. I sporting goods economist, has surprising predictions on which sports will go up and which down in popularity and esteem.

Exurbanite artist Austin Briggs had known only benevolent and protective elk before his Idaho hunting trip. He found wild elk wild and painted a brilliant portfolio of the hunt.

A racetrack at dawn begins to stir with the curious tasks of an odd assortment of men. Gilbert Rogin chronicles the daily morning routine in Barn 8 Bat Belmont from 6 to 11.