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February 10, 1964 | Volume 20, Issue 6

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Egon Zimmermann Cover - Sports Illustrated February 10, 1964

February 10, 1964 | Dan Jenkins

February 10, 1964
To the amazement of all, including families and friends, the remarkable team of Antony Nash and T. Robin Dixon flew down the icy chute at Igls to beat the great Italian sleds and win England's...

February 10, 1964
The only color missing from the IX Olympic Winter Games was the blue-white blaze of snow. The people involved had never been more fancifully arrayed. Striding into Bergisel Stadium for the opening...

February 10, 1964 | John Underwood
With Quarterback Wally Jones shouting secret signals to bewilder the opposition, and a magnificent defense of its own, Villanova has become the best basketball team in the East

February 10, 1964
Charles Goren's New Approach to Bridge begins with an order: "Throw out the fads and gimmicks." In a five-part series Goren tells how to win more often by having more fun.

February 10, 1964 | Barbara Heilman

February 10, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Last summer Arnold Palmer refined and distilled the principles and philosophy of his golf and shared the result with SPORTS ILLUSTRATED readers in an unforgettable five-part series. Now it gives...

February 10, 1964 | Robert H. Boyle

February 10, 1964
It's all nonsense about golf carts lowering your scores, says Connecticut's Senator Abraham Ribicoff. "Carts hurry you up. Walking relaxes you," adds the 14-handicap regular at Burning Tree. By...

February 10, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown
Arnie, Jack and Julie are around, yet in five weeks they have failed to win. The titles have gone instead to the likes of youthful Tommy, tiny Chi Chi and aging Art—and there are reasons why

February 10, 1964 | Hugh Whall
Ted Hood, whose 'Robin' took Class A in a race around Florida, is one skipper who makes his own sails and builds his own boats

February 10, 1964 | Robert Creamer
When he isn't busy at the pharmacy, Canadian half-miler Bill Crothers runs fast enough to win in any competition

February 10, 1964 | Morton Sharnik

February 10, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

February 10, 1964
BASEBALL—Elected to the Hall of Fame by the veterans' committee of the BWAA were BURLEIGH GRIMES, last of the legal spitballers (won 270 games 1916-1934); URBAN (Red) FABER, another spitball...

February 10, 1964
18, 19—Jerry Cooke21-23—James Drake26-28—Walter Iooss Jr.31-33—Phil Bath40-42—Nat Finkelstein46—AP48, 50—Russ Halford52, 53—Howey Caufman56—Herb Scharfman60, 61—Tony Triolo and Lee...

February 10, 1964
André Beaulieu, a junior majoring in mathematics who is captain and center for the hockey team at St. Mary's College in Winona, Minn., scored six goals and made three assists—nine points—in...

February 10, 1964
TARNISHED MEDALSSirs:Your articles on the Winter Olympics (Jan. 27) would be interesting were it not for the implication between the lines. We gather that Austria will dominate the Alpine events...

February 10, 1964
HOCKEY UPROAR

February 10, 1964
•Ara Parseghian, new football coach of Notre Dame's Fighting Irish: "I'm thinking of changing my first name to Erin."

February 10, 1964 | Stan Fischler
Eddie Shore of the Boston Bruins made it to the game the hard way after missing the team train to Montreal