Scoreboard: Who Won Nov. 15, 1963

> Yankee Catcher Elston Howard: the American League's Most Valuable Player award. First Negro ever to win, Howard batted .287, hit 28 homers, drove in 85 runs for the American League champions. Already chosen as the National League's Most Valuable: Dodger Pitcher Sandy Koufax, who led in won-loss record (25-5), beat the Yanks twice in the Series.

> No. 1-ranked Texas: a narrow 7-0 victory over unranked Baylor, as Quarterback Duke Carlisle sparked a third-quarter touchdown drive that left the Longhorns the only undefeated and untied major college team in the U.S....

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