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November 22, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 21

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Muhammad Ali Cover - Sports Illustrated November 22, 1965

November 22, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle

November 22, 1965
BASKETBALL—NBA: Only the Knicks were excluded from the scuffle among the teams of the Eastern Division for first place last week. PHILADELPHIA (8-3), which began the week in third, took four...

November 22, 1965
40-41—James Drake42—Bob Cargill-Houston Post, Des Moines Register & Tribune43, 48-50—Tony Triolo44—Stan Wayman-Rapho-Guillumette for LIFE57—Walter Iooss Jr.58—Bob Peterson59—James Drake60—Art...

November 22, 1965
Sally Pechinsky, a sophomore honor student at Peabody (Mass.) High School, defeated Mrs. Sophie Trett of Washington 4-2 in a fence-off to take the Women's "B" foil title in an Amateur Fencers'...

November 22, 1965
PORK BARRELSirs:Congratulations! Dan Jenkins has redeemed himself with a masterpiece of reporting on our Razorbacks and Coach Broyles (Man for the Next Few Seasons, Nov. 8). He splendidly puts...

November 22, 1965
THE EASY WAYAfter its narrow victory over Oklahoma State last Saturday, Nebraska's football team announced it had accepted an invitation to play in the Orange Bowl on New Year's Day. The hasty...

November 22, 1965
•Blanton Collier, coach of the Cleveland Browns, commenting on an opinion that Jim Brown is a poor blocker: "Man o' War was a fabulous racehorse. Undoubtedly he could have pulled a plow, too, but...

November 22, 1965
The title fight is on in Las Vegas, where Gilbert Rogin writes of the champion and how he won and discusses what went wrong in the hopes and plans of the man who was defeated.

November 22, 1965 | Gilbert Rogin

November 22, 1965 | Garry Valk
The members of our writing staff take their sports straight and with stern self-control. This coolness is expected of them, for they must look through the excitement of the moment to get a lucid,...

November 22, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
Baltimore and Cleveland seemed safe topside in the NFL's divisional races, but in the hold some of the best fights in football were raging, as the 49ers and the Lions showed in a thriller in Tiger...

November 22, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown

November 22, 1965 | Mark Kram

November 22, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
With almost indecent haste, bowl promoters were in the winners' locker rooms, contracts in hand. The Orange Bowl signed up Nebraska—precluding any chance of a 'national championship' game should...

November 22, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
THE BACK: Sophomore Quarterback Kim King's left-handed passes ruined Virginia 42-19 and shot Georgia Tech into the Gator Bowl. Completing 21 of 30 tosses for 319 yards and two touchdowns, King set...

November 22, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
MICHIGAN STATE OVER NOTRE DAMEAfter fierce head-knocking, a plus for State defense.

November 22, 1965 | Tom C. Brody

November 22, 1965
In the '20s a house was not considered really furnished unless its accessories included a mah-jongg set. As times changed, first bridge, then television and finally Scrabble, dominated game rooms...

November 22, 1965 | Pamela Knight
The entertainments photographed on the preceding pages have two things in common: they appeal to adults, and they are well designed. People are rejecting poor-quality games. "Everyone is tired of...

November 22, 1965 | John O'Reilly

November 22, 1965
Her book is finished—Any Child Can Swim—and now, if a publisher is interested, Eleanor Holm is ready to talk terms. The champagne-imbibing Olympic swimmer of the early '30s is back from an...

November 22, 1965 | Martin Kane
Five times the middleweight champion, Ray Robinson discovers at 45 that it is far better to retire than to keep struggling for the unattainable

November 22, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Only second-stringers came over from Paris, but they saved the day at Laurel, transforming a mighty dull prospect into a razzle-dazzle race

November 22, 1965 | Alice Higgins
Riding circles around its competitors at New York's Madison Square Garden, the U.S. team made the best National in years truly national

November 22, 1965 | Charles Goren
Eighteen pairs of the country's best bridge players are competing in San Francisco this week to see which three partnerships will represent the U.S. in the 1966 World Championships in St. Vincent,...

November 22, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
Drive over one of the expressways to a University of Michigan football game and you rarely see a road sign pointing to Ann Arbor. The signs merely read EXIT TO STADIUM. The stadium was built in...

November 22, 1965 | Peter Finney
There was this handsome man in knickerbockers coming toward me on the gravel path leading to the St. Andrews course," said George Turpie, reaching back to recall a meeting before the 1895 British...