November 1963 in Sport

Events in Sport

  • Nov 3 Joe Weatherly finishes 7th in the season ending Golden State 400 at Riverside International Raceway; retains NASCAR Sprint Cup by 2,228 points from 14-time winner Richard Petty
  • Nov 7 New York Yankee Elston Howard is 1st african American ever voted AL MVP

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Nov 10 Gordie Howe takes over NHL career goal lead at 545

Ice Hockey Legend Gordie Howe
Ice Hockey Legend
Gordie Howe
  • Nov 11 Gordie Howe ties Rocket Richard's lifetime 544 goal record
  • Nov 26 29th Heisman Trophy Award: Roger Staubach, Navy (QB)

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Nov 26 Cincinnati 2nd baseman Pete Rose wins NL Rookie of Year

MLB Player and Manager Pete Rose
MLB Player and Manager
Pete Rose
  • Nov 30 CFL Grey Cup, Empire Stadium, Vancouver: Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat BC Lions, 21-10; features controversial sequence involving American players Angelo Mosca and Willie Fleming
  • Nov 30 28th Iron Bowl: Auburn beats Alabama 10-8 in Birmingham, Auburn's first points in the series in five years

Birthdays in Sport

  • Nov 1 Brian Forde, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)
  • Nov 1 Mark Hughes, Welsh footballer
  • Nov 2 Ines Diers, German 400m freestyle swimmer (Olympic gold 1980), born in Rochlitz, Germany
  • Nov 3 Howard Ballard, NFL tackle (Seattle Seahawks)
  • Nov 3 Stephen Corkin, judoka (Olympics 1996), born in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Nov 3 Ian Wright, English footballer
  • Nov 3 Shigeaki Hattori, Japanese racing driver
  • Nov 4 David Williams, West Indian cricket wicket-keeper (3 Tests 1992)
  • Nov 4 Michel Therrien, Canadian ice hockey coach
  • Nov 5 Hans Gilhaus, soccer player (Vitesse)
  • Nov 6 Jean-Marc Chouinard, epee (Olympics 1996), born in Montreal, Quebec
  • Nov 7 John Barnes, British soccer player
  • Nov 7 Michael Heidt, hockey defenseman (Team Germany), born in Calgary, Alberta
  • Nov 7 Shelly Miller, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-25th-1994), born in Youngstown, Ohio
  • Nov 8 Dwight Smith, American outfielder (Atlanta Braves), born in Tallahassee, Florida
  • Nov 8 Paul Butcher, NFL linebacker (Carolina Panthers), born in Detroit, Michigan
  • Nov 9 Anthony Bowie, NBA guard (NY Knicks, Orlando Magic), born in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Nov 10 Michael Anthony Powell, American long jumper (world record 1991, Olympic silver 1988, 92), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Nov 12 Laurie Brower, LPGA golfer (1994 Lady Keystone-9th), born in Long Beach, California
  • Nov 13 Vinny Testaverde, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, NY Jets), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • Nov 14 Mike Prior, NFL defensive back (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
  • Nov 15 Gideon Joe Ng, table tennis player (Olympics 1996), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • Nov 15 Michele McAnany, female infielder (Colo Silver Bullets), born in Los Angeles, California

Person of interestZina Garrison

Nov 16 Zina Garrison, American tennis player (Wimbledon runner-up 1990, Olympic doubles gold 1988), born in Houston, Texas

Tennis Player Zina Garrison
Tennis Player
Zina Garrison
  • Nov 17 Marco T Dawson, Freising Germany, PGA golfer (1995 Greater Milw-2nd)
  • Nov 18 Dante Bichette, outfielder (Colorado Rockies), born in West Palm Beach, Florida
  • Nov 18 Peter Schmeichel, Danish footballer
  • Nov 18 Len Bias, American basketball player (Boston Celtics pick for 1986 draft), born in Landover, Maryland (d. 1986)
  • Nov 21 Peter Bosz, Dutch soccer star (Toulon/Feyenoord)
  • Nov 22 Helen Reale, American WPVA volleyballer (Manhattan Beach-7th-1994), born in NYC, New York
  • Nov 22 Hugh Millen, NFL quarterback (Denver Broncos)
  • Nov 23 Dale Sveum, baseball player
  • Nov 25 Bernie Kosar, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns)
  • Nov 25 Steve Ave, St Germain Enlay France, US 1500m runner
  • Nov 26 Mario Elie, NBA forward/guard (Houston Rockets)
  • Nov 28 Johnny Newman, NBA guard/forward (Denver Nuggets, Milwaukee Bucks)
  • Nov 28 Walt Weiss, Tuxedo NY, shortstop (Oakland A's, Colorado Rockies)

Deaths in Sport

  • Nov 22 Claude Floquet, cricketer (Test for South Africa), dies