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November 30, 1964 | Volume 21, Issue 22

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Alex Karas Cover - Sports Illustrated November 30, 1964

November 30, 1964
LET THEM BEGIN SLOWLY

November 30, 1964
•Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame football coach: "Every successful coach must have a successful quarterback."

November 30, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown

November 30, 1964
Although he was, in his own words, 'desperate and struggling,' New Zealand's three-gold-medal Olympian beat his own mark and completely routed the world's second-and third-best milers

November 30, 1964
College basketball moves to center in the annual Special Issue. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED scouts the top teams, picks Bill Bradley as best in the nation, analyzes zone defenses.

November 30, 1964 | Dan Jenkins
Paul Hornung's errant foot has kicked the Green Bay Packers right out of the running for the NFL championship, but neither fans nor teammates are inclined to blame him

November 30, 1964 | Robert Cantwell

November 30, 1964 | Robert Cantwell
CARL J. GILBERT, Chairman, The Gillette CompanyFRED L. HARTLEY, Executive Vice-President, Union Oil Company of CaliforniaMARK O. HATFIELD, Governor of OregonVICTOR HOLT JR., President, Goodyear...

November 30, 1964 | Sidney L. James
I have heard it said that the smart thing to do in this highly specialized world is to find what you can do best and stay with it. This is good enough advice, perhaps, for a dancing bear and for...

November 30, 1964 | Tex Maule
Alex Karras (see cover), who earns his livelihood as a defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, stands 6 feet 2 and weighs 250 pounds. He is a giant by any standards other than pro football's. He...

November 30, 1964
"I won't be back until I've caught up on my fishing," said White House Press Secretary George Reedy as he headed out for an Acapulco vacation. A friend, who knew Reedy's appetite for the sport,...

November 30, 1964 | Jack Nicklaus
The golf swing takes place so rapidly that it is often impossible to detect the key mistake that causes a bad shot. There is one way, however, to find some important clues. You can compare the...

November 30, 1964 | Gwilym S. Brown

November 30, 1964 | John Underwood
Almost as though it were written in the stars, Michigan said goodby to 14 egregious years and merrily avenged Ohio State's past indignities as it won a big trip to the Rose Bowl

November 30, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
As the 1964 college football season neared an end, bowl committees from Pasadena to Miami scrambled to till their cards. The lineup: Rose—Michigan (8-1) vs. Oregon State (8-2) or USC (6-3);...

November 30, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: USC's Mike Garrett, a stumpy 185-pound speedball halfback who hits like a 200-pounder, made UCLA's shifting defenses worthless, ramming through the frustrated Bruins for 180...

November 30, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
Notre Dame over USC. After a surprisingly tight game, the Irish go unbeaten.

November 30, 1964
A hit at the Innsbruck Olympics, a European cold-country coat finds favor with Americans

November 30, 1964 | Duncan Barnes
The search for eider can be a miserable experience, but Ransom Kelley makes it comfortable and rewarding

November 30, 1964 | Coles Phinizy

November 30, 1964
24-27—James Drake28, 29—Auckland Star30, 31—Lee Balterman32, 35—Vernon J. Biever54—Keystone, AP59, 60—Robert Wenkam-Black Star74—Hanson Carroll80-83—Coles Phinizy93—D'Adamo Studios, Furchgott...

November 30, 1964
William Elliott, 10, a 4-foot-9, 70-pound son of a Scarborough, Me. metal worker, killed a 200-pound, six-point buck with a .410 shotgun while hunting with his father near Casco, Me. "The kids at...

November 30, 1964
BADMINTON—In the Mexican Open PAT GALLAGHER of San Diego gained the women's singles title by defeating her home-town rival, Judy Adamos, 12-10, 11-8. The two girls then teamed up in the doubles,...

November 30, 1964
PLUGGING THE DRAINSirs:Your article, America down the Drain by Robert H. Boyle (Nov. 16), should by law or Constitutional amendment be required reading, rereading and digesting by the President,...

November 30, 1964 | Laurie Johnston
The true-hearted sailor knows no season, least of all in San Francisco Bay. At any season the bay is likely to be gusty—locally known as dusty—especially in the lee of its islands, peninsulas and...

November 30, 1964 | Arthur Myers