SI Vault
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

March 15, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 11

Previous Previous
Tony Lema Cover - Sports Illustrated March 15, 1965

March 15, 1965
THUNDER DOWN UNDER

March 15, 1965
•Rip Collins, on his former teammate, the late Pepper Martin, with the St. Louis Cardinals Gashouse Gang: "After he was switched from the outfield to third base, he hated for fellows to bunt to...

March 15, 1965 | Barbara La Fontaine

March 15, 1965 | Frank Deford

March 15, 1965 | Frank Deford
"Bruins" is in star-gold letters across his chest, the number "25" is on the front and back of his uniform, and the look of southern California vivifies his face. His eyes twinkle. His teeth show...

March 15, 1965 | Tex Maule
Ernie Terrell won the WBA version of the heavyweight championship by beating Eddie Machen—and proved that he is no threat to Cassius Clay, Sonny Liston or Floyd Patterson. Given a right hand,...

March 15, 1965
A ski invasion by French and Austrian national teams brings to Vail, Colo. the year's biggest Alpine meet—an exciting test of America's racing progress. Dan Jenkins reports.

March 15, 1965 | Huston Horn

March 15, 1965 | Sidney L. James
In recent years one of the specific assignments of Gwilym S. Brown has been, in a sense, to have famous golfers teach him the game. After finding out the intricate details of how they get around...

March 15, 1965 | Tony Lema

March 15, 1965 | Tony Lema
Next week Tony Lema analyzes some long-iron trouble shots, shows a stroke-saving stance for high-handicap golfers, disputes a myth and tells when not to use long irons.

March 15, 1965
The oilskin slickers of yesterday may have stuck and cracked and smelled like bilge, but they heralded a whole new generation of lightweight coated materials. New plastic and vinyl finishes have...

March 15, 1965 | Whitney Tower
By winning the two big prizes of the winter, gray Native Charger and bay Lucky Debonair deepened the puzzle of the Kentucky Derby

March 15, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
Ken Venturi tests his ailing hands and gets some promising results

March 15, 1965 | Jack Olsen

March 15, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
THE TOURNAMENTS

March 15, 1965
BASKETBALL—Having clinched the Eastern title, Boston last week sat back, relaxed and lost three straight before beating the 76ers 133-111 to even the series between the two at 5-5. CINCINNATI beat...

March 15, 1965
4—Francis Golden22, 23—Bob Peterson25—drawing by Frank Mullins26—Art Shay27—Russ Halford28, 29—Neil Leifer30, 32—Tony Triolo38—AP60—Jack Sheedy and George Long, Jerry Cooke65—Jack Sheedy and...

March 15, 1965
Bruno Markeliunas, an engineer from Blauvelt, N.Y., gained the 17th annual Thistle Class winter sailing championship at St. Petersburg, Fla. Sailing a boat new to him, he and a crew of two that...

March 15, 1965
FABULOUS FANSSirs:My hearty congratulations to William Leggett for that masterpiece, The Rise and Fall of the Fabulous Phillies (March 1). I would like to take this opportunity to remind Phillies...

March 15, 1965 | Barbara La Fontaine
Expert Gertrude Jacobs films what may be loosely called 'the action' at the Staten Island Cricket Club in New York, scene of much of the cricket played in this country