October 1961 Sports Illustrated Oregon State's Terry Baker Cover


This is the October 16 1961 issue of Sports Illustrated. Cover has Oregon State's Terry Baker. With the line The best athlete in College and corresponding story inside "with Terry You Stop to Think" Terry Baker, Oregon State's remarkable all-around athlete, is as good a student as he is a football played.

Other stories Inside:
The World Series
 Tougher then most experts predicted, it produced some dramatic moments and brilliant performances 
Cautious Comes of age the ebullient Cassius Clay knocks out big Alex Miteff and makes his first real move towards boxing fame 
Bang goes the shotgun The San Francisco 49's explosive new offense has won two big games in a row and has the pros worried 
U.S. Horsemen Get a Plush Home A magnificent New Jersey estate, shown in color photographs, is now the headquarters of our Equestrian Team 
All Alone by the Telephone That is George Preston Marshell, the Washington Redskin's owner, who is a genius at attracting controversy 
The Heady Sport of Grapesmanship A sportswriter tells the secrets of making wine on your home grounds - complete with personal labels 
How to Shoot a Big Red Moose Charles W. Thayer describes a strange but successful hunt for moose in the Soviet Union.

This issue is in good condition, pages are nice & tight inside. The cover is separated from the bottom staple down about 2" and the top and bottom right edges are dog eared.

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