Contents

October 17, 1965

28 Dodgers Down—and Up
Minnesota stunned Los Angeles' strong pitching staff, but then the Dodgers rallied in hospitable Chavez Ravine

36 The Cards Unscramble the East
With Charley Johnson throwing and fine runners finding holes, St. Louis goes for the lead in a tangled race

40 There's No Show Biz like Nobis
Texas Linebacker Tommy Nobis is big, talented, dedicated—and the best defensive player in college football

56 Football's Week
West Virginia's Mountaineers are so accustomed to adversity they become apologetic when they score

64 Shotguns in the Field
Two experts advise the 15 million hunters who will go afield this year on basic shotgun handling

79 Byron's Boys Beat the British
The U.S. Ryder Cup team gets firm leadership from Byron Nelson, and lots of birdies, too, as it wins in England

94 A Mighty Odd Sport
There was a time when you had to be really nutty to surf, but now you just need to be a little bit nutty

The departments

21 Scorecard
56 Football's Week
74 People
79 Golf
86 Horse Racing
90 Bridge
115 For the Record
116 19th Hole

Credits on page 115

Cover photograph by Lawrence Schiller

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Next week

Pro basketball's perennial champs, the Celtics, have aging, injury-prone stars but, says Bill Russell, they have the savvy to win, and he reveals how he psychs his opponents.

It's high noon now in the Southwest, where Texas takes on Arkansas in college football's most critical game to date. From Fayetteville, Dan Jenkins reports on the battle.

Two thousand pheasants are downed on a Scottish hunt that offers a stimulating combination of action and elegance. A member of the shoot, Banker Walter Bimson, describes it.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)