Nov. 22, 1965
Nov. 22, 1965

Table of Contents
Nov. 22, 1965

Rabbit Hunt
Too Hot
Worrying Way
Football's Week
  • With almost indecent haste, bowl promoters were in the winners' locker rooms, contracts in hand. The Orange Bowl signed up Nebraska—precluding any chance of a 'national championship' game should the Cornhuskers and Arkansas finish as the two top teams of the year—while the Sugar Bowl collected Missouri and the Gator Bowl Georgia Tech. Meanwhile 1965 continued to be a year of dazzling individuals (next pages), and none was brighter than Donny Anderson, who ran through Baylor last weekend and now leads once-beaten Texas Tech against Arkansas with the Southwest Conference title and the Cotton Bowl at stake

Fearless Tot
Redcoats Return
Horse Racing
Horse Shows
Sam's Pigeons
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Sally Pechinsky, a sophomore honor student at Peabody (Mass.) High School, defeated Mrs. Sophie Trett of Washington 4-2 in a fence-off to take the Women's "B" foil title in an Amateur Fencers' League of America tournament at the Fencers Club in New York.

This is an article from the Nov. 22, 1965 issue Original Layout

Mike Russell, a senior, broke the Seymour (Ind.) High School football scoring record by eight points when he tallied all the points in his team's 40-12 win over Connersville High. He finished the game with six touchdowns, four conversions and a total gain of 450 yards.

Kay Vandiver of Mi-not, N. Dak., who once bowled a 300-game as a right-hander and began all over again as a lefthander after an auto accident in which she lost her right arm, won the handicap division of the North Dakota Queens Tournament with 1,665 pins.

Orville Parks, 69, of Cambridge, Md., skipper of the 46-foot skipjack, Rosie Parks, beat by two minutes a fleet of 16 working oyster dredgers over a seven-mile course off Sandy Point, in Chesapeake Bay, despite a minor collision just after the start.

Jeannette Alford of Miami, who already holds the women's world record with a 476-pound Atlantic blue marlin on 50-pound-test line, earned another international mark with a 428-pound Pacific blue, also on 50-pound-test, caught off the Kona Coast of Hawaii.

Glenn Cunningham Jr., son of the great miler of the '30s, a senior at Leon (Kans.) High School, won the individual state Class B cross-country championship, covering two miles' in 9:41.2. His school took the team championship in the 77-to-255 student division.