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Oct. 21, 1963
Oct. 21, 1963

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Oct. 21, 1963

Shopwalk
Yesterday/The Jolly Giant
Plan That Worked
  • When Cleveland and New York met in one of the most important early games in the National Football League season last Sunday, each team had a battle plan. The team that proved able to contain its rival's principal weapon was likely to win. The Giants' weapon was Y. A. Tittle; the Browns' was Jim Brown. Tittle completed 17 passes, one for a touchdown; Brown gained 123 yards, scored three times. The Cleveland battle plan thus succeeded; on the following pages Tex Maule tells how it was conceived and executed

  • By Kenneth Rudeen

    Watched by admiring native beauties, American power in a bewildering variety of frames stole the show from foreign makes at Riverside as Dave MacDonald (left) won in a Cooper-Cobra

Bedsole
Golf
Horse Racing
Fishing
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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This season women golfers can obtain sportswear designed for cool weather

Women golfers, who have long had to make do with improvised outfits in the fall and winter, can now stroll the fairways in clothes especially designed for cool weather wear. The new sportswear, made by Loomtogs, is approved by Arnold Palmer and labeled with his name. The V-neck golf cardigan, shown below, is modeled on Palmer's own sweater, and it has his open-umbrella emblem embroidered on it. Made of Orlon, it is available in gray, camel, brown, olive and cranberry and costs $15. The tab-front, Arnel-jersey polo shirt ($7) underneath the sweater has short sleeves with action gussets and comes in a variety of colors. Completing the outfit is a pleated Glen plaid wool skirt ($18) that has tee holders on the waistband. For those who like to wear a hat while golfing, there is a Glen plaid or a district check wool fedora for $8.

This is an article from the Oct. 21, 1963 issue

Loomtogs also makes gray flannel or camel-colored wool slacks ($18). They are tailored with a fly front, have tee holders on the waistband, reinforced seams and back pockets that are copied from those on men's golf slacks. For rainy days there is a water-repellent, action-back golf jacket that has a storm collar, zipper front and adjustable waistband. It comes in green, brown and cranberry and costs $15.

The Arnold Palmer Sports Editions golf clothes are available throughout the country in some 700 department stores.

ILLUSTRATIONHENRY KOEHLER