Sports Illustrated-1963

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January 14
V.
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Phil Rodgers
Millennium for U.S. Ski Racing, Soccer's Religious War, Fat, Sassy and Sensational (Golfer Phil Rodgers), A Trip to the Back of Beyond (New Zealand), New Architecture of Leisure (Houses for fun in America), Black Hawks are Bright Hopes (Hockey), The Laughing Season (Banquets)
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$5.50

August
19
V.
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Ron Vanderkelen
Cover
Contents - A Smile On The Face Of The Tiger (The middleweight champion - and all the rest of Nigeria 0 hugely enjoyed the first world title fight in Black Africa.), A Doubting Dutchman (Rookie Ron Vanderkellen, Big Ten and Rose Bowl star, is not sure he will shine a brightly as a pro.), How Dumb Can They Be? (Color photographs show the excitement and motion in the demanding day of the major league catcher.), You Can't Catch Too Many Bass (Biologist George W. Bennett, after years of experiment, concludes that closed seasons on bass are for the birds.), Zip Back To School (The Zipper and the parka get together and produce some ingenious new campus attire.), Cool Run For An Old Hot Rodder (Nobody was sure what Craig Breedlove was driving, but there was no doubt that he was the world's faxtest driver.), The Beetle Does Float (The Volkswagen, runaway best seller among imported cars, lives up to most of the claim made for it.) The Departments - Scorecard, Sporting Look, Motor Sports, Bridge, Baseball, Baseball's Week, For The Record, 19th Hole
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$6.00

September
2
V.
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Ron Fairly
Cover
Dodgers in a Dogfight (Scratching for runs, scrambling for each victory, the Los Angeles ballplayers are certain they will win the pennant.), A New Darling of the Galleries (Anne Quast Welts won the Amateur, but everyone fell in love with a chubby kid golfer from Spokane.), Alone at the Top of the Mark (Before a hometown crowd, Miamian John Pennel became the first man ever to pole-vault over 17 feet.), Is That You Up There, Johnny Blood? (Gerald Holland explores the life and times of one of the legendary characters of professional football.), A New Sport: Captain-fishing (Sport-fishing skippers are being tempted to jump form ship to ship with promises of money and even marriage.), Big Splash for Bath and Tennis ( look at one of the best of the hundreds of new clubs that are satisfying surburbia's family demands.), Colorado Jackpot (A trip along the Colorado River from Las Vegas to El Golfo, Mexico can be fun. It can also be exasperating.)
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$6.00















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