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March 01, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 9

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Bo Belinsky Cover - Sports Illustrated March 01, 1965

March 01, 1965
Indoor track had never looked more fetching. At last week's two-day AAU meet in New York fans were treated to the spectacle of lithe young women leaping, running and soaring in a colorful...

March 01, 1965 | Tom C. Brody
Tall, handsome Dave DeBusschere is the best basketball player on the Detroit Pistons. He is also the coach of the Pistons and a likely starting pitcher on the best staff in baseball—all this at age 24

March 01, 1965 | Liz Smith

March 01, 1965
The most famous round house in the snow is the igloo. Warm and practical, it combines the maximum amount of space with the minimum amount of wall-building. On these pages are two round houses...

March 01, 1965
A world challenge will be met by U.S. skiers in a series of meets that begins this month at Vail, Colo. Dan Jenkins tells what to expect in the most exciting races of the winter.

March 01, 1965 | Tex Maule

March 01, 1965 | Bil Gilbert

March 01, 1965 | Sidney L. James
In the advance planning and scheduling of magazine covers we sometimes find it necessary, as the seasons roll along, to remind ourselves by means of a checklist that this sport or that sport is...

March 01, 1965
For those who may have forgotten that Buddy Hackett is appearing in a Broadway show, he has had 1,000 golf balls especially prepared as reminders. On each is printed: I Had a Ball. A sort of...

March 01, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
Russia's Brumel (right) and the U.S.'s Mills stole only part of the show at the AAU's glamour meet

March 01, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
Golf is a friendly, sociable game, and it should be played that way. Unfortunately, however, it is not always easy to be sociable and still maintain the concentration that you must have to play...

March 01, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Sparkling Johnny won the Everglades, traditional early test for Derby horses, but a number of good 3-year-olds chose not to run at all

March 01, 1965 | Charles Goren
I lost a good friend two weeks ago in Olive Peterson, who died in Philadelphia at the age of 66. In the often cutthroat world of tournament bridge, Olive was one person who never made an enemy or...

March 01, 1965 | William Leggett
No team ever had a year like the one the Philadelphia Phillies had in 1964. Only a long-shot bet for the pennant, they started quickly and, led by players like Johnny Callison (right), established...

March 01, 1965
BASKETBALL—With Bill Russell in action again, BOSTON won three of four, two of them over the Hawks, to extend its lead to 12½ games. CINCINNATI also beat the Hawks (111-103) but lost two, to the...

March 01, 1965
18, 19—James Drake21—Ken Regan22, 23—Roy DeCarava26, 27—Marvin E. Newman28, 29—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette29—illustration by Donald Moss30—Allan Gould31—Lee Balterman38-43—Neil...

March 01, 1965
Jim Edwards, a Williston Academy (Mass.) senior, broke the national prep record for the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 48.4 in a meet with Deerfield Academy. A week later in a meet against...

March 01, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
This time of year college coaches—even winning ones—usually begin looking at their freshmen with more than a casual interest, and this season an unusual number believe they have freshmen who are...

March 01, 1965
MIDWESTERN MOGULSSirs:Let me extend my congratulations to Bob Ottum for his enlightening article, Low Boom in the Land of Horizontal Skiing (Feb. 15), and for his warning to serious skiers from...

March 01, 1965
THE SPORT OF POLITICS

March 01, 1965
•Don Demeter, Detroit outfielder, receiving an award as Oklahoma's outstanding baseball player of 1964: "I would have to thank Mickey Mantle, who moved out of state, Allie Reynolds, who retired,...