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November 29, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 22

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Dennis Gaubatz Cover - Sports Illustrated November 29, 1965

November 29, 1965
27—Sheedy & Long31—drawing by Frank Mullins50—Art Shay62—Richard Meek68—Keystone, Sam Tata74—Roy De Carava84—Bettmann Archive101—Roberts of Crewe, Bill Long, David Miller, John G. Hemmer,...

November 29, 1965
Jean Allott, 8, a Crewe, England schoolgirl, scored two goals in her debut at center forward for the Wistaston Green Primary School boys' soccer team. Said her headmaster, "She passes...

November 29, 1965
BASEBALL—In a surprise move, the major league owners hired LIEUT. GENERAL WILLIAM D. ECKERT, USAF (ret.), 56, whose experience lies wholly in the field of military logistics and business...

November 29, 1965
FLUFF PUFFSSirs:What a delightful case Writer Paul Stewart and Photographer John Zimmerman made for powder skiing (The Perils of Powder, Nov. 15)! The picture showing arm and pole midst swirling...

November 29, 1965
PITY THE POOR RED SHIRTDraft boards in some sections of the country have adopted a ruling that students seeking deferment must complete college in eight semesters or four years. This could have an...

November 29, 1965
•George Sauer, player personnel director for the New York Jets, on the large number of huge football players: "A few years back parents of a 6-foot-6 boy would hide him in the closet; now they...

November 29, 1965 | Gilbert Rogin
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November 29, 1965 | John Underwood

November 29, 1965
College Basketball's annual Special Issue features the choice of the year's top 20 teams in the country, a portfolio of color photographs on the lively days of Duke's brilliant Bob Verga and an...

November 29, 1965 | Tex Maule

November 29, 1965 | Coles Phinizy

November 29, 1965 | Garry Valk
When Art Arfons or his brother Walt or their rival Craig Breedlove go streaking across the Utah desert at speeds that hover around 10 miles a minute (page 80) they are pursuing a goal that is...

November 29, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
It was the last big week. Champions were crowned in five major sectors as Arkansas and Tulsa did what was expected, Dartmouth and UCLA did what was not, and surprising South Carolina grabbed a...

November 29, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
THE BACK: Dartmouth Quarterback Mickey Beard played his best game of the year as he fired 12 completions for 229 yards and one score, sneaked for two more and directed the Big Green's smorgasbord...

November 29, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
NAVY OVER ARMYArmy's skimpy offense will get nowhere against the swarming Middies.

November 29, 1965 | Frank Deford

November 29, 1965
Last month he was beaten stiff-legged and glassy-eyed by Dick Tiger, only to bounce back as vice-president in charge of sales for a Philadelphia dairy. Some switch, "but in case anybody thinks...

November 29, 1965 | Charles Goren
Never in the history of the Team Trials has there been as exciting a finish as there was at this year's competition, held last week in San Francisco, a city famous for its bridge. Of the 18 pairs...

November 29, 1965 | Pat Ryan
Though he won the first leg of pacing's Triple Crown way back in May, the great colt was still in top form on a windy, wintry Long Island evening and easily justified the remarkable volume of cash...

November 29, 1965 | Whitney Tower
While a million-dollar syndicate was shut out at The Garden State, the three Pepino brothers watched their bargain colt capture the rich prize

November 29, 1965 | Jack Olsen

November 29, 1965 | Jack Olsen
In Part II there are triumph and heartbreak as Arthur and Walter Arfons and the formidable Craig Breedlove fight for supremacy on the eerie, perilous salt.

November 29, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
Gavin Maxwell, who wrote a memorable bestseller about otters, Ring of Bright Water, managed to keep his background out of his books in a way that nature writers rarely do. He might mention some...

November 29, 1965 | Dick Gordon
Wallace (Butch) DeWitt once kicked a rule into the books, although he had no intention of so doing when he attempted a field goal in the 1911 Princeton-Dartmouth game. The kick was a botch, but it...