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April 19, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 16

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April 19, 1965 | Duncan Barnes
If there is much about hunting and shooting in these pages," writes British Social Historian E. S. Turner in All Heaven in a Rage (St. Martin's Press, $4.95), "it is because this is the ground on...

April 19, 1965 | Joe Jares

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Governor Pat (Skinny) Brown of California pitted his 190 pounds (conservative estimate) against blonde, slender ex-Olympian Muriel Davis Grossfeld in a push-up contest (below) when Mrs. Grossfeld...

April 19, 1965 | Charles Goren
Jeff Rubens, a lanky, 23-year-old math wizard who became a Life Master at 20, won his first national championship last month when he took the Men's Pair title in the Spring Nationals in Cleveland....

April 19, 1965 | John Lovesey
An unheralded trio of teen-agers led the touring U.S. women to a brace of surprising European wins

April 19, 1965 | Joe Jares
Professional bowling is not as lucrative as professional golf, but last week Bowler Bill Hardwick won more money than Golfer Jack Nicklaus

April 19, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle

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BASKETBALL—In the Eastern final of the NBA playoffs, BOSTON and Philadelphia swapped victories (each team won on its home court) and, after five games, the Celtics led three games to two. The...

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Allen Trammell, a junior outfielder at the University of Florida, scored three runs and batted in six on a grand slam home run and two doubles, all in one inning (the sixth) in a 25-1 win over the...

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4—Tony Triolo25—Marvin E. Newman26, 28-James Drake30-34—Frank Zagarino38—James Drake41—Neil Leifer42, 43—Tony Triolo53, 89—Herb Scharfman55-59—Walter Iooss Jr.65—Tony Triolo77, 101—Fred Kaplan79,...

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PLAY BALLSirs:Once more the baseball season is upon us, and once more the same situation prevails. There is only one major league—the National. Fans in Baltimore and Detroit may not like it, but...

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TEMPEST IN A BEANPOT

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•Barney Schultz, Cardinal pitcher, explaining how he named the "mattress pitch" he used in the World Series: "I threw it and the Yankees laid on it."

April 19, 1965 | Alfred Wright

April 19, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
It was not Iron Man's year. The odd ones never are, those being the years when Arnold Palmer loses the Masters. But until Willy Peterson brings Jack Nicklaus in twice more, Nat Avery—Iron Man...

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Fantastic Jack Nicklaus tells the story of his historic Masters win, with a stroke-by-stroke account of the crucial 64-stroke round that enabled him to break Hogan's record.

April 19, 1965 | Hugh Whall
That's the way it was all the way from Florida to the Bahamas as Sports Illustrated's boating writer (above, right) helped Offshore Racer Howard Weiler drive an outboard to his third Miami-Nassau...

April 19, 1965 | Mark Kram

April 19, 1965 | Wilt Chamberlain

April 19, 1965 | Sidney L. James
The scouting reports on the major league baseball teams that begin on page 52 of this issue are primarily the work of the six staff members pictured below. Early in the winter Associate Editor Les...

April 19, 1965 | William Leggett
Baseball is back and everything is exactly the way it always has been—except for a glass dome and a lame duck and some rather plump bats

April 19, 1965 | William Leggett
St. Louis had waited 18 years for a pennant before the Cardinals fought their way to the National League championship last fall. Now, in October, the New York Yankees were coming to town for the...

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HITTINGThe Orioles just love to talk about 23-year-old Boog Powell. They talk about the ball Boog hit over the distant hedge in left center in Baltimore, his two 450-footers, the eight homers in...

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HITTINGThe White Sox operate on pitching and defense, but their hopes for a pennant are based, paradoxically, on hitting. Last year the Sox finished second, only one game behind the Yankees,...

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HITTINGWith Dick Stuart's powerful bat and five-thumbed glove on hand last season, the Red Sox finished first in batting, second in homers and eighth in the American League. So off to the...

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April 19, 1965 | Judy Murphy
A Boston Marathon quiz to stimulate memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

April 19, 1965 | Richard Wald
An Englishman's neck is his billboard. Give him a school, college or regiment and he will drape his throat in a cravat of special and occasionally startling design unintelligible to 99% of his...

April 19, 1965 | Burton Hersh
Sometimes called a bullhead, it is a small-scale monster of no charm but remarkable liveliness in a fight