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Sept. 07, 1964
Sept. 07, 1964

Table of Contents
Sept. 7, 1964

Fight
Beer Money
Emerson
Pro Football 1964
Blocking
Motor Sports
Horse Racing
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

Contents

28 To Fight or Not to Fight
Should Clay and Liston meet again? At a ridiculous convention a ridiculous body debates an academic question

This is an article from the Sept. 7, 1964 issue Original Layout

32 Winning a Barrel of Beer Money
A brewery holds a world golf championship, and foreigners learn what the U.S. knows: the man who beats Palmer wins

36 A Slippery Ghost Spooks "Eagle"
In win after win, Constellation blasts the hopes of her once triumphant America's Cup rival

38 Bright Shine on an Old Shoe
After a decade of tournament tennis, Roy Emerson has earned the title of world's best amateur player

Pro Football 1964

44 A YEAR OF CHANGE that brings problems as well as prosperity to both leagues

47 SCOUTING REPORTS: A study of the New York Giants and the gaudy gamble taken by their coach, Allie Sherman; followed by an analysis of every club in the NFL and AFL

76 GREEN BAY BLOCKS TO WIN: The best offensive guards in pro ball show how they work

96 ZERO OF THE LIONS: Ever wonder what it would be like to quarterback a pro team? George Plimpton tried it

The departments

19 Scorecard
86 People
88 Motor Sports
92 Horse Racing
124 Baseball's Week
125 For the Record
126 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 125

Cover photograph by James Drake and Neil Leifer

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Next week

Teen-age miler Jim Ryun, improving by the month, is one of several borderline track, men who may make the team in the Olympic trials next week. A portrait by Ted O'Leary.

Is he a kook or is he a superhorse? His performance in The hambletonian, trotting's premier event, will decide that about oddball Ayres, already a record-breaker at 2 and 3.

A Texas wolf hunt is—like a Virginia fox hunt—more social than savage. Jack Olsen, with ears wide open, listens for the sounds of hounds and the tall tales of Texans.