10 The Bears Upend the Giants
Playing a strong defensive game, the Chicago Bears battered the New York Giants to take the NFL championship
This is an article from the Jan. 6, 1964 issue
18 High Time for U.S. Victory
Guided by an understanding captain, the Davis Cup team of McKinley and Ralston finally beat the Australians
22 Sportsman of the Year
Pete Rozelle led the National Football League through its deepest crisis to the pinnacle of American sport
30 They Gave the Year Its Flavor
A gallery of athletes who participated—with brilliance and with a zestful dedication—in 1963
42 A Man Who Knows How
Challenged again to defend the America's Cup, U.S. yachtsmen turn for the third time to Olin Stephens
48 The Small Men Arise
Undersized UCLA bowled over bigger clubs in winning the L.A. Classic, leading a parade of hot little teams
50 No Wet Blankets at Snoqualmie
It rains and rains and rains, but nothing can dampen the enthusiasm of the most indomitable skiers of all
60 For the Record
61 Basketball's Week
63 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Ben Rose
Acknowledgments on page 60
Fabulous Doc Kearns, boxing's famous manager, completed his memoirs before he died, including his scandalous version of what happened in the Dempsey-Willard fight.
The world capital of winter golf was a desert 14 years ago. Eight pages of color show the golfing wonder Palm Springs is now, and Gwilym S. Brown tells how it started.
FOOTBALL'S BEST—college division—was on display when Navy met Texas in the Cotton Bowl. John Underwood describes the showdown between the top two teams in the U.S.