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January 04, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 1

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Frank Ryan Cover - Sports Illustrated January 04, 1965

January 04, 1965 | Edwin Shrake

January 04, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle
Contrary to the popular impression, boxing is not dead. There are stirrings of life in the eight divisions, ranked by SI (below), and promise that in 1965 the sport will head back to rugged good...

January 04, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle
HEAVYWEIGHT

January 04, 1965
The cheerful lady taking her ease below is Thailand's Royal Highness, Princess Panthip Chumbhot of Nagar Svarga, a zealous hobbyist. "One of my hobbies," she says, "is collecting beautiful...

January 04, 1965 | Bob Ottum

January 04, 1965
College football 1964 ends with the New Year's Day bowls. SI's football staff, headed by John Underwood, Dan Jenkins and Tom C. Brody, reports on the day's best games.

January 04, 1965
It is boat-show time again from London to Los Angeles, and in half a hundred cities between these extremes landsmen will face perils in the aisles they never will find afloat. As Artist Roy McKie...

January 04, 1965 | Richard Gehman

January 04, 1965 | Sidney L. James
The cover at left is one you will never see on SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, but it might well have appeared in place of this week's action photograph from the NFL playoff. A standby, it was ready for the...

January 04, 1965
Long one of the most proficient skiers in the jet set, Lance Reventlow, heir to lots of Woolworth's nickels and dimes, forgot what goeth before a fall. Trying to impress his new wife, Actress...

January 04, 1965 | Frank Deford
This country slicker from Cotton County recruits his lanky Chiefs with burgers and orange slush and produces strong teams that are fun to watch

January 04, 1965 | Charles Goren
During last year's Summer Nationals, play in the team event was running very late at some tables despite the pleas of the tournament directors. To emphasize the point, the lights in the ballroom...

January 04, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
The flexibility of club shafts is usually rated in four categories: A for whippy, R for regular, S for stiff and X for extra stiff. Or, as my company, MacGregor, does it: 3 for whippy, 2 for...

January 04, 1965
THE STATE AS BOOKIE

January 04, 1965
•Fritz Meyer, 5-foot-10, 160-pound guard on the University of Cincinnati basketball team, on why his teammates carried him off the floor after the team's 76-62 victory over Kansas: "I was the...

January 04, 1965 | Bob Ottum

January 04, 1965
BASKETBALL—BOSTON won six of seven games, increasing its lead in the East to six games, while second-place CINCINNATI swept four of five games. The Royals beat the Lakers 111-107 (Oscar Robertson...

January 04, 1965
4—Richard Gangel, James Drake, John G. Zimmerman, Jay Maisel, Walter Iooss Jr. (2), Neil Leifer8, 9—Neil Leifer10-13—Walter Iooss Jr.15—James Drake16—Neil Leifer18, 19—Herb Scharfman21—Bill...

January 04, 1965
Charley Wedemeyer, 18, quarterback at Honolulu's Punahou High and the younger brother of "Squirmin' Herman," 1945 All-America back at St. Mary's in California, scored twice in a playoff game to...

January 04, 1965 | Herman Weiskopf
A team that grabs more rebounds than its opponent often grabs victory as well. Thus last week, when Clyde Lee of Vanderbilt tied a school record with 26 rebounds, the Commodores came from 11...

January 04, 1965
THE MANSirs:Congratulations on the selection of Ken Venturi as Sportsman of the Year and the excellent article about him (Dec. 21). The story of Ken's comeback is one of the most inspiring I've...

January 04, 1965 | Tex Maule

January 04, 1965 | Tex Maule
A season of triumph and disaster. That is how Coach Don Shula of the Baltimore Colts describes the wildly memorable campaign of 1964. The first of a series.