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July 06, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 1

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Alvin Dark Cover - Sports Illustrated July 06, 1964

July 06, 1964 | Edwin Shrake

July 06, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown
With an emphatic victory over a longtime tormentor, young Tom O'Hara climaxed a meet in which youth, for the most part, shouted to be served

July 06, 1964 | Robert H. Boyle

July 06, 1964
The game of tennis has universal appeal. Wimbledon, first of the year's major outdoor championships, launches a summer of tournament coverage that will not end until the Davis Cup Challenge Round...

July 06, 1964
DWARFED BY FUJI, A LONE BOAT CRUISES THE OLYMPIC SAILING GROUNDS AT ENOSHIMA. THIRTY-SEVEN MILES TO THE NORTH TOKYO IS BUILDING FRENZIEDLY TO MAKE THE FIRST OLYMPIAD EVER HELD IN ASIA A MEMORABLE...

July 06, 1964 | Sidney L. James
The first major story Associate Editor Dan Jenkins wrote for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED was an investigation of the mystique of putting and of the torments that golfers endure while trying to roll a ball...

July 06, 1964 | Fred R. Smith
NO PLACE ON EARTH IS SO BEWILDERING TO THE FOREIGNER AS THE SPRAWLING MASS OF TOKYO, AND NO PLACE IMPROVES SO MUCH WITH FAMILIARITY. HERE IS HOW TO START OUT FAMILIAR

July 06, 1964 | Fred R. Smith
The buildings on this vastly simplified map of central Tokyo are landmarks for an American visitor this October. The venues are spread throughout the world's largest city—some even far beyond its...

July 06, 1964
There is too much importance placed on winning," said sports-car enthusiast and hot pilot Barry Goldwater. But the front-running Republican candidate for nomination was not setting up an alibi for...

July 06, 1964 | Tex Maule
Floyd Patterson, in near oblivion since his two fights with Sonny Liston, will be through for keeps if he loses to the 'new' Eddie Machen

July 06, 1964 | Tom C. Brody
At first it seemed that no boat in the U.S. could catch up to Harvard. Then California's sturdy oarsmen rowed out of the West looking every bit as good. Now suddenly there are four crews of...

July 06, 1964 | Dan Jenkins

July 06, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
George Low considers himself golf's greatest putter, and he most likely is. He is not keen on giving out details about his system—not for free, at least—but he will offer some advice. "Everybody...

July 06, 1964 | Peter Carry
AMERICAN LEAGUEFans in BALTIMORE were enjoying themselves so much last week it was painful. As the Orioles (5-1) rallied for three runs to defeat the Yankees in one game, a 50-year-old Baltimore...

July 06, 1964 | Peter Carry
On June 16 the Los Angeles Angels were in ninth place in the American League, and their lineup indicated that was exactly where they belonged. After all, they had a pitcher playing right field and...

July 06, 1964
BOATING—The first to finish the 635-mile Newport-to-Bermuda race was the 73-foot South African ketch STORMVOGEL, owned by Cornelius Bruynzeel, in the elapsed time of 92 hours, 10 minutes and 15...

July 06, 1964
4—Richard Meek16—Phil Bath18—Tony Triolo19—Phil Bath21—Jack Sheedy and George Long24-27—Walter Iooss Jr.33-41—Pete Turner-Henrietta Brackman Associates48—Walter Iooss Jr., Gene Laverne51—Marvin E....

July 06, 1964
Jackie Evans, 14, Of Topeka, Kans., who started playing golf 2½ years ago on Guam where her father was stationed with the Air Force, defeated 21-year-old Joan Ashley 3 and 2 in Salina to become...

July 06, 1964
GLORY AND GOOSirs:I was horrified to see in John Underwood's article on Tom O'Hara (Running Is Such Sweet Torture, June 22) that Tom had given away the secret of America's sudden breakthrough in...

July 06, 1964
MAN OVER MACHINE

July 06, 1964
•Gabe Paul, Cleveland Indians' president, on Houston's domed stadium: "It will revolutionize baseball; it will open a new area of alibis for the players."