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September 06, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 10

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Sugar Ray Robinson Cover - Sports Illustrated September 06, 1965

September 06, 1965 | Jack Mann

September 06, 1965 | Paul Evan Ress
The Hungarian revolution of 1956 was pushed into the background last week as a small force of Americans invaded Budapest to win medals and the affection of a warmhearted people

September 06, 1965 | Jack Mann

September 06, 1965
THE PRO FOOTBALL ISSUE: The game is bigger than ever, and the price of membership is going up. The NFL has admitted Atlanta for $9 million, the AFL has accepted Miami for $7.5 million. But amid...

September 06, 1965
The best stadium coats for fall 1965 are inspired by the bench warmers worn by football players. Those for men and boys—made of heavy-duty wool melton—are very close to the real thing. Those...

September 06, 1965 | Garry Valk
Whenever a byline story appears in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED you can be fairly certain that the writer has had a hectic week getting it there—researching, interviewing, observing, writing, sometimes...

September 06, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle

September 06, 1965
Los Angeles Ram Fullback Dick Bass, who is a bail bondsman during the off season, sometimes hires private eyes to track down errant clients. The most satisfactory of these detectives, says Bass,...

September 06, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
You can find more uses for your sand wedge outside of a bunker than in it. In fact, I use mine for pitching more often than I do my pitching wedge. It has approximately 3° more loft than the...

September 06, 1965 | Alfred Wright

September 06, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Our agent in Saratoga Springs is doing his Kentucky Derby shopping early. His selection until further notice is Buckpasser, a colt of impressive size and family, who murdered them in the Hopeful...

September 06, 1965 | Charles Goren
While thousands of bridge players were breaking every kind of attendance record at the Summer Nationals in Chicago last month, four Canadians set a different kind of record in the battle for the...

September 06, 1965 | Larry L. King
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September 06, 1965
WARM BLAST IN THE SENATE

September 06, 1965
•Pepper Wilson, Cincinnati Royals' general manager, on the Boston Celtics' long domination of professional basketball: "Sure Red Auerbach makes mistakes, the entire Boston team makes mistakes, but...

September 06, 1965
BASEBALL—A two-run homer over the center-field fence by 5-foot 10-inch, 181-pound Dale Misiek in the fourth inning of the final game of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. gave...

September 06, 1965
4—Bill Mark14, 15—Neil Leifer16, 17—top Tony Triolo, Herb Scharfman, Richard Meek; bottom, Tony Triolo, Art Shay, Richard Meek19—Niels Lauritzen20, 21—MTI, Robert Lackenbach-Black Star...

September 06, 1965
Jim Griffith, 12, swam to a national age-group record (27.5) in the 50-yard butterfly at the Florida AAU championships in Brandon. Griffith, a Bradenton boy, also set new state freestyle marks at...

September 06, 1965
MARR-TYRSirs:It is a darn shame that when a golfer such as Dave Marr wins the PGA Championship, one of the four major tournaments in the world, he is lucky to even get his name in your magazine....