17—Tom Barnort-Denver Post, U.P.I., Neil Leifer
52—Walter Iooss Jr.
55—Fred Kaplan, A.P.
85—Freudy Photos, Lester Nehamkin, A.P.
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Nov. 26, 1962
- By Morton Sharnik
Reversing a national trend toward brutal football, Paul Bryant's Alabama played a hard and remarkably clean game against Georgia Tech—but lost it 7-6
A covey of attractive young girls, whose riding styles are as different as their personalities, has brought a fresh wave of excitement to the autumn horse show circuit by competing often and successfully with the very best male equestrians from the U.S. and other lands
For most of the year Nassau drowses under balmy skies. But for a fortnight in late fall—they call it Bahamas Speed Weeks, mon—unmuffled hell breaks loose, and so, Artist Marc Simont found, do some of the balmiest types around
- By Tex Maule
Goaded by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, the Amateur Athletic Union and the NCAA resolved their principal differences—mostly on the side of the collegians