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November 08, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 19

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Harry Jones Cover - Sports Illustrated November 08, 1965

November 08, 1965
ROOM AND A VIEWThe ultimate in pro-football viewing may have been achieved at a Giant game in New York a week or so ago. The usual horde of thirsty sportsmen were reddogging the Stadium Club bar...

November 08, 1965
•Sandy Koufax, Dodger pitching star and a bachelor, recalling that mothers are always trying to marry daughters off to professional men: "If anybody knows a lady doctor, that would make my mother...

November 08, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
The running of a swift, sensational rookie, Gale Sayers, and a belligerent defense lifted Chicago to the upset of the year over unbeaten Green Bay, the other party in pro football's rowdiest...

November 08, 1965 | Mark Kram
Baltimore's Bullets were supposed to shoot their way into title contention in the National Basketball Association this season, but two weeks of apathy and calamity forced the trade of their number...

November 08, 1965
Back in those early autumn days of innocence when people believed in teams like Texas and LSU, the only thing that set Michigan State apart was the bare right foot of Place Kicker Dick Kenney, a...

November 08, 1965
Western powder, the world's best snow, is the subject of a 21-page skiing special. John G. Zimmerman photographs its glories, and Eddie Morris shows how to ski it.

November 08, 1965 | Dan Jenkins

November 08, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
The one thing that can be confidently asserted in this most unnerving season is that college coaches no longer worry about three yards and a cloud of dust. Even a cloud of touchdowns does not...

November 08, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
THE BACK: Though sitting out the last 22 minutes, Syracuse Halfback Floyd Little, of the bowlegs and startling shifts and bursts of speed, scored four times (one a 95-yard punt return), gained 248...

November 08, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
ALABAMA OVER LSUAfter Ole Miss, LSU will be more down than up.

November 08, 1965 | Garry Valk
The falconry story by Duncan Barnes in this issue and Jack Nicklaus' golf tip a few pages later have one common factor: they were illustrated by the same artist, Francis (Frank) Golden. Golden now...

November 08, 1965 | Duncan Barnes
The art of falconry, the oldest and most demanding of all the field sports and one that very nearly died out with the development of the shotgun, is burgeoning again. Surprisingly, the greatest...

November 08, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown

November 08, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
When you walk into a bunker carrying anything but a sand wedge your opponents are likely to give you that subtle half sneer which implies you are 1) a hacker and 2) gutless. Well, lots of times...

November 08, 1965
She had not called a press conference since the January day a decade ago when she announced her engagement to Prince Rainier. Now here was Princess Grace huckstering for next year's centennial of...

November 08, 1965 | Tex Maule

November 08, 1965 | Pamela Knight
Woodson K. Woods is a hunter and a rancher, with 100,000 wild pigs and 225 Herefords at his back door. His hunting lodge sits securely in a fold of land 2,400 feet up the slopes of Mauna Kea, the...

November 08, 1965 | John Lovesey
From Britain comes a revolutionary high-performance car with four-wheel drive and brakes that will not lock up on slippery surfaces

November 08, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Roman Brother is now the best U.S. handicap horse, but he will find the going a good bit different on the turf in the International

November 08, 1965 | Charles Goren
It is possible to become famous in tournament bridge more for being somebody's partner than for your own play. This frequently happens when partnerships are long established and the senior player...

November 08, 1965 | Jack Olsen
Isolated from Portugal by eight miles of rough seas, the 400-year-old fortress (left), built to protect shipping from pirates, is now protecting anglers from the sanity of the mainland

November 08, 1965
A National Hockey League quiz to stir memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

November 08, 1965
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (3-0) won the only game it played 134-114 over the Royals as Wilt Chamberlain and Hal Greer combined for 77 points. The win helped Philly hold its early lead in the...

November 08, 1965
4—drawing by Francis Golden23—James Drake24—Art Shay26, 27—Herb Scharfman30-32—Neil Leifer38—Lee Balterman44, 45—Leonard Bacon-The Oregonian52, 53—Jerry Cooke59—AP, UPI60-62—Herb...

November 08, 1965
Pepe Beabout, a Dallas junior high school student, conquered the 13-to-14-year-old light-weight division at the Sheppard Air Force Base Judo Tournament in Wichita Falls, Texas with six straight...

November 08, 1965
HOGS IN THE HILLSSirs:It has taken the people of Arkansas many years to overcome the hillbilly image imposed upon it by radio's late and beloved Bob Burns. Now Dan Jenkins comes along and uses a...

November 08, 1965 | John Underwood
Quick now, football fans! What is the name of the poor little ex-farm boy from Moro Bottoms, Ark. who grew up to become a director of a bank and an insurance company, who prefers turnip greens to...

November 08, 1965 | Steve Perkins
Billy (Rooster) Andrews is a sort of cheerful footnote in the annals of college football. He was from the start the right size for a footnote, being slightly larger than Eddie Gaedel, the midget...