September 19, 1965

Shopwalk
Johnny Longden
Booktalk
College Football 65
...AND NEBRASKA HAS THE GUNS
The language and the rules both change this season, but the Cornhuskers will be strong again and should finally 'gore' the others to win the mythical national title
King Arthur
ARTHUR WAS KING FOR A DAY
When young Arthur Ashe cut down Roy Emerson of Australia it looked as if an American might finally win the U.S. singles title, but the wily Manuel Santana of Spain put an abrupt end to that dream.
Whodunits
THE HORSE-SHOW WHODUNITS
In a series of unrelated tragedies, three people and 25 horses have been killed and a fourth person stabbed. All of the cases have led to bizarre disclosures, and none appears to be near a solution.
College Football 1965
THE COLLEGE GAME IS BEST
Pro football is for fat linemen, quarterbacks who cannot run and coaches who never vary an offense. So argues the author, who adds it is but a pale imitation of the intercollegiate brand
People
Pro Football
The flanker who catches too many passes
When poor Charley Hennigan set a pro record of 101 receptions last year his own Houston Oiler coaches sighed: they wanted fewer catches and more scores. As this season opened, Charley was trying to please
Horse Racing
A Ribot and a Tom Fool lead all the rest
Between them, Graustark (Ribot) and Buckpasser (Tom Fool) have won 11 of 12 2-year-old races but they probably will not meet until next winter in Florida. Then, every start will be a prelude to the Kentucky Derby
Baseball
Bridge
Charles Ritz
Baseball's Week
Football's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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