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November 16, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 20

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Muhammad Ali Cover - Sports Illustrated November 16, 1964

November 16, 1964
CROSSROADS

November 16, 1964
•Hank Bauer of the Baltimore Orioles, on being named American League manager of the year: "I've been wondering how things would have turned out if we had won the pennant. Yogi wins it and gets...

November 16, 1964 | Gilbert Rogin

November 16, 1964 | Dan Jenkins

November 16, 1964
The battle of Boston, Clay-Liston version, looks to be one of the roughest tea parties ever held there. Gilbert Rogin and four photographers will provide exciting coverage.

November 16, 1964
To the mordant eye of Satirist Tomi Ungerer a professional football stadium on a fall afternoon has the look of an amphitheater. The game is a circus; the performers are automated, armor-plated...

November 16, 1964 | Ernest Havemann

November 16, 1964 | Sidney L. James
There is an undeniable quickening of the general pulse as the time for the Cassius Clay-Sonny Liston fight (page 22) grows near. In the words of Robert H. Boyle, who has frequently written about...

November 16, 1964
At one time the mail-order catalog was the country's link with the stores in the city. But if the catalog came in with the horse and buggy, it did not go out with the jet: $2.2 billion worth of...

November 16, 1964 | Tom C. Brody
They come from Wittenberg University and they haven't lost in three years. All of which proves you can be as good as you want, especially if you have a Charlie Green who passes with the best and...

November 16, 1964 | Mervin Hyman

November 16, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: Brian Piccolo, rugged Wake Forest fullback who leads the nation's rushers, thumped for 115 yards in 36 carries, caught three passes for 46 yards and scored all his team's points...

November 16, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
Michigan State over Notre Dame.* All upset. State has a knack with the Irish.

November 16, 1964 | Hugh Whall
Only a damp patch in the sand, 200 feet below ocean level, California's Salton Sea last week provided a fierce test for U.S. powerboat racers

November 16, 1964 | Tex Maule
Gary Cuozzo, Baltimore's second-string quarterback, passes to Ray Berry for the final touchdown. The score: Baltimore 48, Buffalo 7

November 16, 1964 | Robert H. Boyle

November 16, 1964 | Robert H. Boyle
Sports Illustrated asked Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall what he thought of Mr. Boyle's views, some of which assailed Government conservation efforts. Here is the Secretary's...

November 16, 1964
4—Tony Triolo24-27—Fred Kaplan28-31—Shel Hershorn-Black Star38—Curt Gunther65—Declan Haun71, 72—Jack Sheedy and George Long93—John G. Hemmer, Hal Randall, Ronny Karlsson-Dagens Nyheter, Lake...

November 16, 1964
Mrs. John S. Haskell, 50, of Titusville, Pa., the president of the Pennsylvania State Women's Golf Association, shot a 54-hole total of 245 (80-81-84) to win the North and South Women's Senior...

November 16, 1964
BASEBALL—MILWAUKEE will remain, at least through the 1965 season, the home of the Braves. The National League turned down the team's request to move to Atlanta next year.

November 16, 1964
SWITCH HITTINGSirs:The proposed shift of the Braves to Atlanta (Bravura Battle, Nov. 2) isn't the first proposed shift of a major league franchise. Ironically enough, Milwaukee started it all back...

November 16, 1964 | Felicia Lee
Gustavo Stanzione's establishment at 50 West 56th Street, New York City is an old-fashioned shop where everything is still done by hand. Stanzione makes skating boots—and nothing else. The firm...

November 16, 1964 | Steve Perkins
Billy (Rooster) Andrews is a sort of cheerful footnote in the annals of college football. He was from the start the right size for a footnote, being slightly larger than Eddie Gaedel, the midget...