Nov. 09, 1964
Nov. 09, 1964

Table of Contents
Nov. 9, 1964

Yesterday/Stage Center
The Panic Is On
  • When pro basketball play starts, teams that meet the Boston Celtics fall prey to a strange malady—Russellphobia. The disease is back again this season, and it has helped the champions to a devastating start

Two Flags
Watchers Of The Race
College Football
Beastly Place
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Rives McBee, a physical education instructor at Garland (Texas) High School, shot a hole in one on the Pecan Valley Golf Club course in San Antonio to lead his amateur team to a 20-19 victory over Byron Nelson's pro team in the annual Texas Cup Matches.

This is an article from the Nov. 9, 1964 issue Original Layout

Charlotte Robson, 16, a Des Moines high school junior who gave up tournament tennis last year to ride in shows, defeated 25 professional riders when she guided her chestnut gelding Bali Hai to the jumping title at the American Royal show in Kansas City, Mo.

Jimmy Prall, 19, an Airman Third Class at Lackland AFB in San Antonio who has been shooting skeet since he was 8, shattered 200 straight targets—a perfect score—to win the 12-gauge title at the Pan American International Championships at the Dallas Gun Club.

John Blemker, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior halfback at Huntingburg (Ind.) High, led his school to a 77-48 victory over Castle High when he covered 275 yards in nine carries and scored six touchdowns—on runs of 30, 8, 34, 43, 80 and 65 yards.

Charley Guess, a truck driver from Mt. Jackson, Va., who likes to bowl duckpins in his free time but cannot join a league because of his unusual working hours, rolled a 246 in the Bethesda (Md.)Coca-Cola Open tournament—a world record in sanctioned competition.

Charles Campbell, an aluminum welder who lives in Blair, Neb., outgabbled Defending Champion Lyle Leth of St. Paul, Neb. and eight other finalists to win the World Goose-calling Championship in Missouri Valley, Iowa. His prize: a $1,000 U.S. Government bond.