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May 29, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 22

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated May 29, 1967

May 29, 1967
AFTER THE BELL

May 29, 1967
•Bernard Segger, who participated in the second successful ascent of Mount McKinley during winter weather conditions: "The view from the top is not worth the climb."

May 29, 1967 | Gary Ronberg

May 29, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
Smith, whose race is clocked at left, got away slower than Evans, running his first 110 in 11 seconds to Evans' 10.7 (right). But Smith covered each of the succeeding 110-yard sections in a faster...

May 29, 1967 | Whitney Tower

May 29, 1967
The roaring tigers, who have not won a pennant in 22 years, are hunting one again. William Leggett reports on Al Kaline, Detroit batting power and strong but erratic pitching.

May 29, 1967 | Buzzie Bavasi

May 29, 1967 | Buzzie Bavasi
In the fourth and final installment Bavasi tells the real secret of baseball trading—and how long it takes to learn it.

May 29, 1967 | Garry Valk
The Indianapolis 500 approaches, and we offer in this issue (page 74) two highly personal views of the race—one the work of a young gallery artist, the other that of a Jesuit...

May 29, 1967 | Harold Peterson

May 29, 1967
That well-known sporting masochist, George Plimpton, author of Paper Lion and Out of My League, had a bad day Sunday before last. He pitched for a Softball team which won. The cast of a New York...

May 29, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus
The best way to approach the situation illustrated here might be to put yourself into a trance. Every golfer tends to miss a high percentage of shots out of serious trouble, such as this one in...

May 29, 1967 | Ben Wright

May 29, 1967 | Tom C. Brody
It was hard to believe, especially after last year's 10th place finish behind everybody in the National League, including the Mets, but Leo Durocher's mostly youthful Cubs are playing fiery...

May 29, 1967 | Whitney Tower
While the public was eying the Preakness, some 3,000 miles away a million-dollar newcomer named Forli set a record in his U.S. debut

May 29, 1967 | Charles Goren
On the eve of the world-title matches in Miami there is a temptation to look for an upset, but the results of a practice session in Cannes suggest that Italy's formidable Blue Team is not about to...

May 29, 1967
At his Indianapolis 500 baptism last year the artist Bob Stanley crouched down near the first turn, cocked a look at the onrushing cars—and just missed getting his head taken off by a flying...

May 29, 1967 | Bob Crozier, S.J.

May 29, 1967 | John Hanlon
The golf pro who once worked with his lathe, file and sandpaper in a dusty room at the back of the caddie house fashioning clubs for rich patrons is a thing of the past. But in a tiny shop that he...

May 29, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
NATIONAL LEAGUE

May 29, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
For the first five weeks of the season umpires went about their work almost without incident, but last week the tranquility ended. Within three days six managers and three players were thrown out...

May 29, 1967
BOXING—Light Heavyweight Champion DICK TIGER of Nigeria retained his world crown at Madison Square Garden when he gained a split decision over favored José Torres. The fight was followed by a...

May 29, 1967
Eddie Long, Columbus, Ohio's 14-year-old state junior trapshoot titlist, became the second teen-age winner in the 16-year history of the Golden West Grand American Championship in Reno as he hit...

May 29, 1967
Cover, 75-78—paintings photographed by Tony Triolo4—Richard F. Bauer, Tony Triolo26-29—Jerry Cooke30, 31—Don Cravens, David Sutton-Vista, UPI, Francis Miller-LIFE46-48—Lee Balterman54—Bert...

May 29, 1967
INSIDE OUTSirs:Congratulations to Buzzie Bavasi and Jack Olsen (The Dodger Story, May 15 et seq.). I am not truthfully a Dodger fan, but for once someone has written an article about the inside...

May 29, 1967 | Dolly Connelly
If you're sick of highways, try rafting down a river with the hatch brothers

May 29, 1967 | Carl Lundquist
There have been only seven unassisted triple plays in the history of big league baseball. The last two were made on successive days 40 years ago, over the Memorial Day weekend