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Plan That Worked
THE PLAN THAT WORKED
When Cleveland and New York met in one of the most important early games in the National Football League season last Sunday, each team had a battle plan. The team that proved able to contain its rival's principal weapon was likely to win. The Giants' weapon was Y. A. Tittle; the Browns' was Jim Brown. Tittle completed 17 passes, one for a touchdown; Brown gained 123 yards, scored three times. The Cleveland battle plan thus succeeded; on the following pages Tex Maule tells how it was conceived and executed
A ROAR OF TRIUMPH FOR U.S. ENGINES
Watched by admiring native beauties, American power in a bewildering variety of frames stole the show from foreign makes at Riverside as Dave MacDonald (left) won in a Cooper-Cobra
Texas-Oklahoma
Hot Corner
Bedsole
Football's Week
Golf
Championship in a royal barnyard
The French view the game with utter indifference, but they have never seen a Palmer and Nicklaus playing against the world's best on a Louis XIV farm
Horse Racing
Fishing
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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