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March 08, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 10

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Bill Kidd Cover - Sports Illustrated March 08, 1965

March 08, 1965

March 08, 1965
•Arnold Levy, sole winner of a $108,242.40 twin double recently at Hialeah and winner in January 1964 of a $75,002.20 twin double at Tropical Park: "The twin double is the worst thing that ever...

March 08, 1965 | Dan Jenkins

March 08, 1965
The toughest shot for a golfer to master is a long iron. Tony Lema shows how some new concepts of the golf swing can be applied by every player to help with these testing clubs.

March 08, 1965 | Joe Jares
Unbeaten in its league, Lefty's Davidson team lost its chance at an NCAA basketball title, as Southern Conference officials continued to choose a tournament representative in their own peculiar...

March 08, 1965 | Mark Kram

March 08, 1965 | Sidney L. James
Morris R. (for nothing) Werner, whose engaging tale of racing in the mountains begins on page 50, may be the youngest man in the world on the wrong side of 60. And this despite the fact that he...

March 08, 1965
A Nicaragua rapids some 100 meandering miles upstream from the sea would seem to be an unlikely spot to catch tarpon. But each year—from March to June—great schools of the huge, silvery fish roll...

March 08, 1965 | M. R. Werner

March 08, 1965
His famous bald head concealed beneath a fur hat instead of a helmet, Y.A. Tittle (below) took to the slopes near Tahoe City, Calif. for his first scrimmage on skis. Accompanied by sons Mike and...

March 08, 1965 | Huston Horn
Tennis has become such a popular winter sport that indoor facilities, such as the one above, are sprouting by the score. Yet the demand for space is so great that many courts are reserved before...

March 08, 1965 | Whitney Tower
So did a lot of other Californians when they allowed George Pope's Hill Rise to go off at 12-to-1 odds in the Santa Anita Handicap

March 08, 1965 | William Leggett
Week after week, the fans flock into Madison Square Garden to watch the Rangers play. Week after week, the cash registers ring with profits. But hockey in the big, hard-hearted city is a game...

March 08, 1965 | Charles Goren
Luck plays only a minor role in tournament bridge, since all contestants play the same hands. True, you can be unlucky enough to play difficult hands against strong opponents, but over the course...

March 08, 1965 | Coles Phinizy

March 08, 1965
BASKETBALL—As it must to all Celtic teams in recent years, the Eastern Division title came to BOSTON last week with a 130-112 win over the Warriors. It was one of three straight victories that...

March 08, 1965
4—Thomas Vanderschmidt26, 17—Joern Gerdts28—Horst Mueller29—Paul Schutzer-LIFE30—map by Dan Todd31—Joern Gerdts32-35—James Drake36, 38—AP50-55—drawings by Marc Simont56—UPI, Birnback58—Stuart...

March 08, 1965
Bernardo Uribe, 8, of Cali, Colombia, astonished his Peace Corps coaches when he ran the mile in an age-group meet in Cali after two weeks of workouts and won it in 6 minutes 23 seconds, smiling...

March 08, 1965 | Mervin Hyman

March 08, 1965
HOLING OUTSirs:Your article The Best 18 in America (Feb. 15 and 22) is the most ridiculous you have ever printed. It is impossible to pick the best 18 holes. I have a lot of respect for Mr. Joe...

March 08, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
The 70-odd university presses in the U.S. now publish around 1,300 books a year. Most of these are of decidedly limited interest, with such titles as Sound and Form in Modern Poetry, published by...

March 08, 1965 | Doris M. Fletcher
Armed with beanbags, light dumbbells and oratory, a 19th century reformer named Dioclesian Lewis led the bold fight for the unpopular idea that women had a right to be healthy