Nov. 08, 1965
Nov. 08, 1965

Table of Contents
Nov. 8, 1965

The Bears Unpack 'em
Football's Week
  • The one thing that can be confidently asserted in this most unnerving season is that college coaches no longer worry about three yards and a cloud of dust. Even a cloud of touchdowns does not guarantee safety. Witness the last lost weekend: Princeton ran up 45 points on Brown but gave up 27. Georgia had to score 26 in the last period to edge North Carolina 47-35, and Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse and Arkansas accumulated 181 points against respectable opposition. By contrast, Nebraska's 16-14 win over Missouri (below) seemed almost antediluvian, but in importance it ranked well above the rest

Dick Bailey
Pro Football
Horse Racing
Island Asylum
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Pepe Beabout, a Dallas junior high school student, conquered the 13-to-14-year-old light-weight division at the Sheppard Air Force Base Judo Tournament in Wichita Falls, Texas with six straight wins. Pepe was also runner-up in the Dallas Soap Box Derby.

This is an article from the Nov. 8, 1965 issue Original Layout

Serge De Somov, known to the Hampton Bays, Long Island, N.Y. fishing fraternity as the Mad Russian, became the first three-time bass winner in the history of the Martha's Vineyard (Mass.) Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby, with a 49-pound 10-ounce catch.

Leslie Davis of Olney High in Philadelphia, a 5-foot-7, 140-pound halfback who played junior varsity last year, broke through Frankford High's line for three yards and the touchdown that ended Olney's 34-year-old losing streak in the inter-school rivalry.

Mary Ann Foss, a Bellville, Ohio housewife, set a world record for D-stock automatics at the Bristol, Tenn. International Speedway in her father's 1958 Pontiac, Black Magic. The only female driver in a field of 200, Mrs. Foss covered a quarter mile in 14.07 seconds.

David (Spec) Goldman of Dallas set a short course record of 65 on Pinehurst's No. 2, while taking medal honors at the North-South Seniors golf championship, then defeated Curtis Person 1 up to become the first medalist to win the North-South title.

Philip Krieger won the individual title at the Eastern Interscholastic Tennis Championships at Columbia University, and in doing so he accumulated enough points to give St. Benedict's Prep of Newark, N.J. the team title over the 17 other schools entered.