Sports Illustrated-1969

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February
10
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Bud Ogden
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Shocker at Daytona (Surviving multiple calamities in the 24 hours, an American Lola-Chevy won an astonishing victory.), The Commissioner Speaks Out (Joe Dey, professional golf's new tour boss presents his views on the critical problems facing the fame.), Annie Doesn't Ski Here Anymore (Cute little Annie Fumose was leading the World Ski Cup race until she went to St. Anton last week.), Being Backward Gets Results (Hi Jumper Dick Fosbury has decided to stop Flopping for awhile, but the Fosbury Phenomenon goes on.), A Simply Dandy Sibling Rivalry (When Bud Ogden competes against Ralph Ogden the real winner is Santa Clara, the second best team in the West.), Geysers and Gondolas (Yankee ingenuity is solving the old New England problems of too many skiers, too few mountains, too little snow.), Uruguay's Immortal Cars (They do not die in that car-husbanding country, they just get a transplant and keep going.), I Finally Got the Point (Basketball was a sporting proposition when played on the aircraft carrier "Midway" but just what was the sport?)
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May
12
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John Havlicek
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Contents - A Royal Neck For Bill's Fifth (Tying Eddie Acaro's record, Bill Hartack won his fifth Kentucky Derby with unbeaten Majestic Prince.), Here Come the Hitters - Maybe (Statistics for the first month of play show that batting averages are higher, but the pitcher's are just warming up.), The Last Drop in the Bucket (Led by John Havlicek and Jerry West, the Celtics and the Lakers carried their championship fight to the final game.), Look, Mom! Just Like the Bigs (These Little Leaguers are kid ballplayers everywhere. While the parents squirm, they play it like it is - on TV.), The Grizzly Bear Murder Case (Jack Olsen tells the story of a long August night in Glacier National Park in the hot summer of 1967.), Put On Your Bracelet, Kathy Is Here (When Kathy Whitworth sets her mind to winning a tournament, the rest of the lady pros might as well go home.), Your Time, Not Your Dollar (New arenas, and the sports and spectaculars they attract, are changing the entertainment habits of America.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Bridge, Hockey, Golf, For The Record, Baseball's Week, 19th Hole
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June
9
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Lee Trevino
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La Dolce Indy (Triumph Italian-style as Andretti wins the 500 in a car owned by Granatelli), Combat with Sticks at Annapolis (Army's lacrossemen hadn't forgotten the drubbing of 1965), What Price Heroes (O.J. Simpson wants $65,000 to sign with Buffalo but Frank Deford thinks he and others are worth more), The U.S. Open at Champions - Dan Jenkins reminisces on the history of golf in Texas, Artist Moss and Expert Nicklaus interpret the course, 'I Do What I Think is Right' (John Carlos is changing in everything except his speed on the track), Big Blasts From a Toy Cannon (Jim Wynn of Houston, small in stature but big with the bat), A Susi Queue to London (The Great Air Race)
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July
14
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O.J. Simpson
Ready If You Are O.J., Dashing Dolls in Dayton (Women's Track and Fiels), Has Anybody Here Seen Billy? (Golfing's Billy Casper), Wizards of the Wild Wheels (NASCAR), Avast, Belay and Pretty Please (Sailing), Natural Enemy of Wild Cats (Poaching for Furs), The High-Flying Hawk (Ken Harrelson)
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September
22
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Jim Turner
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Hail to King Jackie! (A swinging Scot wins the world driving championship and begins what promises to be a reign of unusual splendor.), It's Time to Break Up The Mets (The New Yorkers, who used to break up their fans with their clownish play, suddenly are feared and in first place.), Tossing Bombs into the Hoops (Only weeks before the players start shooting, the American Basketball Association declares war on the NBA.) Pro Football 1969 (Inside football's cliches with Tex Maule and Arnold Roth.), (Complete scouting reports on all 26 NFL and AFL teams.), (The kicking boom in color and a look at Jet Jim Turner.), (A team to forget - the not-so-titanic New York Titans.), "Help Me Buy This Horse!" (That was the plea of Don Le Vine, who fell in love with a lazy colt. He got help - and a winner.), Chuck Hixson and his Aerial Circus (The exciting SMU quarterback throws 50 passes a game and thrills the fans. He even wins, but not last week.)
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November
22
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K.C. Chiefs
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Contents - KC Had The Hot Hand (The Chiefs showd the Jets some razzle here and some dazzle there and - presto - beat the world champs.), The Brooklyn Delicatessen Caper (Demonstrating how to get rich at the races, the Fulton Street mob heists $1.3 million in Aqueduct receipts.), Ohio State: Alone At The Top (There may be some claims for Texas or Penn State, but if you're looking for the Number 1 geam, go to Columbus.), $2 Million Berth in Newport (Quietly and at great cost, France's Marcel Bich is shaping an impressive America's Cup challenger.), Sweety Cakes Runs the Sonics (Forget his nickname and quiet manner, Lenny Wilkens is very much in command of Seattle's NBA team.), With a Bow To Tiga Muk (Audrey McElmury owes her success as a cyclist to the hills of La Jolla, weight lifting and a far-out diet.), Doc Kerlan: Rx For Athletes (This wizard of opthopedists has turned athletic medicine into a pennant-making proposition.) The Departments - Scoreboard, College Football, People, Horse Racing, Skiing, Cycling, For The Tecord, 19th Hole
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