Sports Illustrated-1967

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January
30
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Rod Gilbert
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Contents - A Sudden Streak For Nancy (Canada's Nancy Greene rocked the European ski circuit while the U.S. girls won the cute-kids award.), A Few High Flyers (Indoor track talent is spread thin, but young Jim Ryun showed that he was back in form and ready to go.), Old Story But a New Jack (Thin - by his standards - and more determined than ever, Nicklaus wins the stormiest Crosby in years.), In From The Three I League (Southern Illinois is not considered a "major" school, but its basketball team is definitely big time.), Good Goalie, Good Team (New York's rise from the hockey depths has paralleled that of Goalie Eddie Giacomin, shown in action color.), Rough Road For the AFL (The junior league has now learned the facts of life in its pursuit of parity with the NFL.), Zero On The Tour (Humiliated as an amateur quarterback for the Lions, Author George Plimpton turns to big time golf.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Horse Racing, Pro Football, Hunting, For The Record, Basketball's Week, 19th Hole
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March
13
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Kansas City pitcher Jim Nash
Contents - Shades Of Silky! (Just like Silky Sullivan, the winners of the Flamingo and Santa Anita Derby were come-from-way-behind winners), Dout Tames A Pink Pussycat (The colorful Doral Open was won by Doug Sanders under circumstances that were, so to speak, unmonstrous), Crystal And Steel On The Ice (Peggy Fleming, looking deceptively fragile, waltzed away with her second world figure-skating championship), Stallball - A Game To Sleep By (Once again some basketball coaches are playing hide-and-seek, and their rivals are refusing to seek), Evolution Of A Golf Tycoon (How Arnold Palmer's business enterprise grew from endorsing catsup to multimillion-dollar deals), Dark's Outlook Is Bright (Manager Al Dark of the improving Kansas City Athletics bases his optimism on a clutch of kid pitchers), Mean Man Across A Microphone (Sportscaster Howard Cosell has a talent for making an interview with an athlete sound like an inquisition)
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March
27
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Jean-Claude Killy
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Two To Go For Lew (Two more games to go for UCLA to be undefeated), Fastest Man on Any Mountain (Jean-Claude Killy may be the greatest skier the sport has ever produced), True Football Gets Its Big Chance (Soccer, backed by millionaires, joins the fight for the U.S. entertainment dollar), The Game on the Eastern Shore (Lacrosse is the pride of Washington College as Richard Meek's color photographs demonstrate), Why He Has To Play It His Way (Arnold Palmer has to do it his way because a conservative approach did not work before), A Long Drink of Glop (Steve Rerych, the tallest world-class swimmer around, got that good on a concoction you would not feed to Dracula), A Hard Ride All The Way (Provocative Bill Hartack tells his own story - the first of three articles)
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April
17
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Maury Wills
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A Glory Day for Gay (Old Ben got a record and young Jack got a ride, but the Masters' green coat went to Gay Brewer.), The New Spirit of the 76ers (Gambling and running relentlessly, Philly's pro basketballers took a commanding lead over Boston.), Disaster at the Barricades (A plodding long shot named Foinavon exploited the confusion at the 23rd fence to win the Grand National.), Baseball 1967 - Maury Wills and the Pirates aim at the pennant, Old faces in new uniforms; 16 pages of color photos, Form charts analyze all 20 major league teams, Baseball in wartime: what happened during World War II, The Times Came for Two Teens (Californians Mark Spitz and Fred Haywood, both only 17, outswam and even outthought some of their tired elders.), Lowball in a Time Capsule (Poker player Dick Miles discovers an eternal world inside the poker clubs of Gardena, Calif.)
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April
24
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Rick Barry
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A Roar for Roger (The Cardinals got off to a hot start as St. Louis fans found a new hero in a hustling Roger Maris.), The Fans Get The Booby Prize (The basketball was excellent, but the behavior of spectators nearly spoiled the NBA playoffs.), Winning One For The Rocket (A combination of men and mystique lifted Montreal past New York into the Stanley Cup finals.), A New Look at Augusta (Some reasons, concerning both the golfers and the course, why the Masters was different this year.), But Who Was On Third? (The cult of camp extrends into sport, where the searcher for meaningful trivia has a field day.), Crab Cakes and Tall Timber (The race lasts only a few minutes, but the parties surrounding the Maryland Hunt go on for 48 hours.), No Weeds On The Front Lawn (An increasing number of people are living on water in everything from expensive yachts to old scows.)
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May
15
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L.A. Dodger
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Contents - Clarion Call: $62.20! (Darby Dan's Proud Clarion earned the third highest payoff in Derby history as he beat Barbs Delight.), Some Old Grads Get A Hazing (In the annual Notre Dame spring football game the alumni found that the varsity may well be No. 1 again.), Crossed-Up Golf at Houston (A cross-handed Indian, a dawdling threesome and a strong birdie putt made the Champions a swinging tournament.), One More Marietta Mud Puddle (A little water is fine if your going rowing. The Mid-American Regatta, unfortunately, gets more than it's share.), Viva! But Hide Your Women (Italy's world-champion motorcycle racer breaks records and feminine hearts with equal facility.), Winged Safari For Artic Char (The lonely and beautiful barrens of northern Canada offer flying anglers a new fishing frontier.), Some Ways To Jingle, Jangle, Jingle (Equestarian tack is the inspiration for a loud collection of shoes and belts.), The Dodger Story: Part 1 (Buzzie Bavasi tells what it was like on his side of the fence in the great Koufax-Drysdale holdout.) The Departments - Scorecard, Sporting Look, People, Hockey, Baseball, Bridge, Baseball's Week, For The Record, 19th Hole
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May
22
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Tommie Smith
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Contents - Wild Dash To Sea (Racing 500 miles through the Bahamas was a terrible idea, but a wonderful event.), Romulus Chose To Behave Himself (Billy Haughton's colt stopped his foolishness long enough to win the Messenger Stakes.), The Jays Turned Into Eagles (Hopkin's lacrosse players were usually too small to beat Navy. until Coach Bobby Scott did some recruiting.), Mario vs. the Whooshmobile (Tiny Mario Andretti won the pole for the Indianapolis 500, outspeeding an eerie turbine car.), Built For Chasing Beyondness (His shape is all wrong, except for sprinting. When San Jose State's Tommie Smith gets moving, nobody is faster.), Mondy Makes The Player Go (In Part 2 of his story, Buzzie Bavasi goes into the back-and-forth details of salary haggling.), Confessions of a Judo Rollout (She is only a white belt and not very good at Judo. But she is awfully funny about Japan's "gentle" sport.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Rowing, Horseracing, Baseball, Olympics, Baseball's Week, For The Record, 19th Hole
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June
12
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Bill Casper
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A Winner But Not Yet King (Damascus wins the Belmont but must still beat Dr. Fager), Gentleman, Junk Your Engines (A turbine-powered engine has a sensational Indianapolis 500 run), Different Jims, Same Idea (Miler Jim Ryun and sprinter Jim Hines both run to win), Singing Blues in the Night (The Italians are running over the U.S. Bridge players), U.S. Open: Golf's Great Drama - A man who has twice beaten Palmer can be a man to beat, The stars of last year's epic Open recall its vivid moments, Jack Nicklaus assesses this year's course - famed Baltusrol Humiliation of a Hero (Pitcher Bill Monbouquette has been dropped by the Detroit Tigers and now must wait for a phone call), Best-Kept Secrets (Information about decathletes only seems to be forthcoming during the Olympic years yet they are all very interesting)
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August
7
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Gay Brewer
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Five For the Flag (The American League pennant race is one of the closest in years, with five teams near the top of the standings.), The Winning Ways of Winnipeg (The U.S. took most of the medals as the Pan American games began, but a pretty Canadian won her countrymen's hearts.), Say Hey No More (Tired, sick and an aging 36, Willie Mays struggles to finish the longest season of his life.), How to Hit Golf's Best Shot (Master's champion Gay Brewer shows how to fade the ball - a technique that made him a winner.), Always Leave 'Em Laughing (In Part 4 of his story, Quarterback Fran Tarkenton tells how he wins games and survives among the pass rushers.), Revival of an Old Name (August IV and Supy, his Labrador retriever, have brought the Belmonts back to the world of sport.), Dark Sky over 'Tara' (A championship sailor with a talent for losing tells of a lifetime of trouble at sea.)
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September
18
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Tommy Mason
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Contents - Up Again Down Again (The tangled, twisted American League pennant race was gone again like Finnegan.), For The Babe, A Week To Forget (Accused of visiting a mob hangout, Babe Parilli pressed so hard the Patriots lost when they could have won.), Auto Racing's Fabulous Invalid (The dying art of dirt-track racing looked healthy as stars Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt dueled in Indiana.), What The Deuce is Going On? (George Plimpton examines the strange cases of the 49-47 and 48-46 tennis sets.), Pro Football (New riches will bring new troubles in a long, hot winter.), Scouting Reports NFL West - Coastal, NFL West - Central, NFL East - Capitol, NFL East - Century, AFL Western Division, AFL Eastern Division, Setting UP The Big Three (After some false starts it looks as if Buckpasser, Dr. Fager and Damascus will meet in the Woodward.), Only a Game of Touch (A bunch of guys nearing middle age get together for a little friendly football that reseambles a barroom slugfest.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Horse Racing, Tennis, Bridge, Baseball's Week, For The Record, 19th Hole
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November 20
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USC vs. UCLA
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The Wrong American (Damascas was supposed to win the International, but he couldn't past a horse who almost wasn't invited.), Just Too Sophisticated to Win (The San Francisco 49ers, who should be one of pro football's successful teams, continue to lose the close ones.), A Very Good Start For Egypt (It may have been a routine World Cup for Palmer and Nicklaus, but it wasn't for two Egyptians.), The All-Blacks Attain The Zenith (Armed with a Maori battle hymn, New Zealand's national Rugby team outplayed and outsang the boisterous Welsh.), The Great One Confronts O.J. (Los Angeles braces itself for the epic conflict between USC and UCLA, which share a city but are poles apart.), A Hunt In The North Kaibab (Autumn is the hunter's time in Grand Canyon country. The tourists have all left and deer are plentiful.), C.B. DeMille of the Pros (Ed Sabol of NFL Films and his crew shoot Sunday's game, from which they select top plays for viewing on TV.)
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December
11
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Bobby Orr
You Gotta have Sock (NHL Hockey), The Raiders Take up The Charge (Oakland leads in the AFL), A Couple of Coming-Out Parties (Rick Mount and Calvin Murphy make their NBA debuts), Jimmy Ellis Gets His Own Show (Boxing), How to Stop the Pillage of America (Wildlife), A Bloody Wild Way to go Sailing (Aussie 18-footer Yacht race), The Great Chili Championship Fix
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