22 Two Tied at the Top
The Browns moved precisely and the Giants scrambled, but each stayed in first place, a game ahead of the Cardinals
This is an article from the Dec. 9, 1963 issue
26 $100,000 and a Pair of Moldy Salmon
Jack Nicklaus, reflecting on the tips and downs of his big season, talks about luck and the art of winning
28 Bumpy Journey to Oblivion
Under the ever-present threat of the boiler room, a 150-pound footballer describes his small but brutal game
34 College Basketball 1964
36 Color photographs of a Notre Dame road trip tell the story of a college team away from home
43 Scouting Reports on the top 20 teams include some surprise choices and a few that will upset preseason dope
57 The game's master of deception describes the tricky moves that have made him famous
82 Four first-rank coaches took reporters on recruiting missions. The results? All revealing, some hilarious
69 Profit and Loss on a Long Weekend
Championships were decided, bowl berths dealt out as the college football season all but ended last week
76 A Citizen at Last
Imported from Asia 70 years ago, the chukar partridge has finally become a prized upland game bird of the West
69 College Football
97 For the Record
98 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 97
Cover painting by Robert Handville
A world series of pro football between AFL and NFL champions is bound to come. Tex Maule and Dan Jenkins explore its possibilities and predict its outcome.
Men built it and men curse it, but neither angler nor naturalist can long withstand the spell of Carolina's sprawling roughneck of a lake, the bass-infested Santee-Cooper.
A modern Igloo accommodating 14 people in spectacular comfort is described in words and photographs, along with a report on style-setting U.S. Olympic ski uniforms.