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January 18, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 3

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Sue Peterson Cover - Sports Illustrated January 18, 1965

January 18, 1965 | Jack Olsen

January 18, 1965 | Ron Mix
The AFL All-Star game, scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 16, in the Sugar Bowl, was shifted to Houston last Monday by Commissioner Joe Foss. There was an ugly reason: the 22 Negro players on the East...

January 18, 1965 | Alfred Wright

January 18, 1965
Hockey's scoring record won't just be broken. It will be smashed to bits if the Black Hawks' Bobby Hull keeps up his present shooting streak. Bill Leggett looks at the breakaway.

January 18, 1965 | Liz Smith

January 18, 1965 | Sidney L. James
The byline that appears more often than any other in these pages reads "by Mervin Hyman." In the fall it is signed to FOOTBALL'S WEEK; from December until April it is carried over BASKETBALL'S...

January 18, 1965 | Coach Don Shula

January 18, 1965 | Coach Don Shula
Interception by Linebacker Don Shinnick (above) in play diagramed below was the key to the Colts' first victory over Green Bay. Packer Quarterback Bart Starr overlooked an open receiver (Tom...

January 18, 1965
Mrs. Richard Burton, that Elizabeth more British than the Queen, arrived in London with dark glasses hiding a black eye and a plaster stuck to her white-marble forehead. "I had a bit of an...

January 18, 1965 | Dave Anderson
After 16 fighting years the National Hockey League thought it was done with Terrible Ted Lindsay, but he's back again—bad as ever

January 18, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
The indoor track season got under way last week, and despite forebodings of disaster the outlook suddenly brightened. There will be girls, more foreign stars and new races to take the place of...

January 18, 1965 | Charles Goren
His name is Lew Mathe, but in the world of bridge he is generally referred to, with some awe, as Big Lew. A rugged-looking man with iron-gray hair, Mathe is one of the country's top players,...

January 18, 1965 | Jack Olsen

January 18, 1965 | Jack Olsen
GETTING THERE: Baja California Sur is the southern half of the 800-mile-long peninsula that extends from the U.S. border to Cabo San Lucas. To cross the border, vacationers need a Mexican tourist...

January 18, 1965
BASKETBALL—Unbeatable BOSTON (37-7 and seven games ahead) extended its winning streak to 12 by winning four more games, and the only suspense left in the Eastern Division is over how many games...

January 18, 1965
Arline Reid, 33, of Readfield, Me., a supermarket cashier and the mother of two, who took up shooting only a year ago, gained four of the six available trophies in a women's class of eight at the...

January 18, 1965
4—Joseph Consentino25—Curt Gunther26—George Long and Jack Sheedy34—Jay Maisel42—Walter Iooss Jr.44—Lee Balterman, diagrams by William Bernstein49—AP, Hank Reichard-Columbus Citizen-Journal50—Tony...

January 18, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
More than ever before, multiple defenses have become an integral part of college basketball. Last week coaches everywhere were busy shifting their teams in and out of a wide variety of zones and...

January 18, 1965
RELIEFSirs:It is known throughout the football world that the AFL is creeping up on the NFL in popularity and caliber of play. But in my mind the Buffalo Bills set their league back several years.

January 18, 1965
PUNDIT OFF BASE

January 18, 1965
•Gomer Jones, Oklahoma coach, after declaring four of his players ineligible because they signed pro contracts before the Gator Bowl game and then losing 36-19: "Maybe I'll get my reward in heaven."