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March 29, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 13

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Gail Goodrich Cover - Sports Illustrated March 29, 1965

March 29, 1965
THE FLAW IN BASKETBALL

March 29, 1965
•Sam Snead, on his perennial putting ills: "I shot a wild elephant in Africa 30 yards from me, and it didn't hit the ground until it was right at my feet. I wasn't a bit scared. But a four-foot...

March 29, 1965 | Frank Deford

March 29, 1965 | Edwin Shrake

March 29, 1965 | John Lovesey
Skipping like masters a', Wisconsin's national champion curlers invaded Scotland last week, switched tactics in mid-ice, beat the mighty Canadians and swept off with the world title on their first try

March 29, 1965 | William Leggett

March 29, 1965 | Fred R. Smith

March 29, 1965 | Robert Cantwell

March 29, 1965 | Sidney L. James
The need to escape from highways lined with billboards and cities full of soot grows more imperative each year, and each year the American traveler's search for untrampled beaches and forest...

March 29, 1965
"Good intermediate" skier Kim Novak (below) stopped off at Aspen for a little Wedeln and weddin'. The wedding, an outdoor ceremony, took precedence, however. Just as well, perhaps, for Kim—like...

March 29, 1965 | Alfred Wright
Two pros who like murderous competition offer amateur golf a rare lift by staging an event that has class, crowds and TV

March 29, 1965 | Alice Higgins
Florida's leaky-roof loop has a fresh appeal and high potential

March 29, 1965 | Mark Kram
A middle-aged forward named Ullman scored most of Detroit's goals and a youngster named Crozier stopped the other team's, but it was the hoariest old men in hockey who really put the Red Wings...

March 29, 1965 | Jack Olsen

March 29, 1965
BASKETBALL—BOSTON won one, lost one and finished the NBA regular-season schedule with a record 62 wins and 18 losses. Now the Celtics will have a rest until the playoff series between second-place...

March 29, 1965
20, 21—Neil Leifer22—Rich Clarkson23—diagrams by William Bernstein24—Rich Clarkson25—top left, Neil Leifer, Rich Clarkson (2)26, 27—Orin Sealy28—Michael Burns30, 37—Herb Scharfman38-40—Pete Turner...

March 29, 1965
Steve Cohen, sophomore on the Penn State gymnastics team, won the ECAC all-round title at Temple University with the best score in five Olympic events. He took a first in floor exercise, a second...

March 29, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
Even before the season began Joe Lapchick knew that this would be his last. The administrators at St. John's, where he had labored on and off for 20 of his 65 years, had decreed that Lapchick was...

March 29, 1965
WORLD SWEEPERSSirs:My thanks to SI and Barbara LaFontaine for taking much of the national mystery from our popular sport of curling (A Stone's Throw to a Playdown, March 15). Now, when I tell my...

March 29, 1965 | Bil Gilbert
Anywhere else in the world Wilt Chamberlain may be the player who comes to mind when American basketball is mentioned—but not in Yalalag. The name they drop there, I like to think, is El Gringo...