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Nov. 12, 1962
Nov. 12, 1962

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1962

Check List
Point Of Fact
  • By Herman Weiskopf

    An NHL quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

Underdogs
Biggest Hustler
Sport In South America
Hockey

Contents

18 The Underdogs Have Made It
Better play, larger crowds and razzle-dazzle add up to survival for the AFL

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1962 issue

24 Seesaw over Boxing's Snakepit
A lawsuit brought against Roy Cohn discloses the kind of intrigue that doesn't help prizefighting

28 Biggest Golf Hustler of All
A young attorney with an instinct for big money is making his golfers the richest men in sport

SPORT IN SOUTH AMERICA

38 Way, way down south, 3,000 miles below the Mason-Dixon line, it's summertime again. By Fred R. Smith
42 South America's ancient games of pride and valor are sketched on the spot by Domenico Gnoli
48 Jerry Cooke photographs the marvelous landscapes of a continent made for sport
60 The fares are low, the food is great and the fun is everywhere. A traveler's guide by Pamela Knight
66 The international golf tournament for the Canada Cup goes Latin this week. Gwilym S. Brown previews it
86 The author of How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn, records the marvelous saga of el gaucho

The departments

6 Scorecard
66 Golf
69 Hockey
72 Bridge
75 College Football
82 Fitness
101 For the Record
103 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 101

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman

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Next week

A tiger among lions is Nick Pietrosante of Detroit, who is presented close up in photographs. Tex Maule explains how Green Bay's crack defense will try to stop him.

The new ski fashions are photographed in color in Aspen, Colorado. They include stretch tops tailored to go with stretch pants and warm, whimsical clothing for after-ski wear.

The great one may be Jackie Gleason, but The Great Munn is Biggie, athletic director of Michigan State. Gerald Holland takes a close look at Biggie as well as at his critics.