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May 10, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 19

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Marie Mulder Cover - Sports Illustrated May 10, 1965

May 10, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle
A few weeks ago I happened to attend the annual dinner of The Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, a group named in honor of the father of American dry fly-fishing, which meets once a week in Manhattan....

May 10, 1965
RECESSIONAL FOR THE TWIN

May 10, 1965
•Jackie Lennon, bartender-boxer, after losing a fight with the oldtime great, Willie Pep: "At least I can always tell people I once fought Willie Pep."

May 10, 1965 | Whitney Tower

May 10, 1965
Controversial Bill Veeck has written an explosive book about baseball. In the first of rive parts, he gives an insider's account of the Keane resignation and the Berra dismissal.

May 10, 1965 | Jack Mann
The Dodgers abandoned power hitting and bet their pennant chances on speed, pitching and Tommy Davis' bat. Last Saturday Davis broke his ankle (below) and Los Angeles dreams of success shattered...

May 10, 1965 | Mark Kram
No man to pull punches when victory is at stake, Montreal Hockey Coach Toe Blake goaded the Canadiens to their 11th Stanley Cup championship by sheer cussedness and the diplomacy of a dock walloper

May 10, 1965 | John Underwood

May 10, 1965 | Sidney L. James
Our interest in the land is not confined to the wonderfully varied hunting and fishing opportunities it provides; we like to help Americans to study and enjoy nature and to light to preserve its...

May 10, 1965
THE PITCHER'S ARM SWINGS AROUND SMOOTHLY, IN COMES THE PITCH...AND THERE YOU GO AGAIN, WATCHING THE FLASH OF THE BAT AND THE STRIKEOUT OR GROUND BALL OR FLY TO THE OUTFIELD THAT FOLLOWS. BUT STAY...

May 10, 1965 | Frank Deford

May 10, 1965
How does a winning Kentucky Derby jockey relax before the big ride? Why, he shoots a little pool with the rest of the boys in the jockeys' room. Boxed in behind the eight-ball here (below), Willie...

May 10, 1965 | Rex Lardner
Notre Dame's rugger boys, who didn't know a scrum-down from a loose-forward five years ago, scored with 15 seconds to go to win the Irish Challenge Cup, but plucky Toronto showed who was boss at...

May 10, 1965 | Charles Goren
When James Wisemiller, a 21-year-old Ohio State University sophomore, finished first in the Open Pairs event in this year's Spring Nationals he became the youngest player ever to win a major...

May 10, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus
Too often the weekend amateur does not give himself his best chance to reach the long par-4s or even the par-5s in two shots. He is prudent with his drive, and this frequently means that he has to...

May 10, 1965 | Edwin Shrake

May 10, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
"We don't want to look like bums in the greatest ball park in the world," explained HOUSTON (6-1) Manager Luman Harris as the Astros (9-2 under the Dome) extended their win streak to 10 games. Jim...

May 10, 1965
BASKETBALL—A cross-country tour of all-star national teams from the U.S.S.R. and the U.S. finished with a 82-69 Russian victory in St. Louis. Overall, the Americans won five out of seven games.

May 10, 1965
David Jumper, home for vacation on the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation in the Everglades, hiked 20 miles to join his McArthur High (Hollywood, Fla.) team at the county track championships, then...

May 10, 1965
Cover—Don Ornitz-Globe24—Jerry Cooke25-29—Neil Leifer30—Jack Sheedy and George Long32—Joseph Consentino34—N. R. Farbman35—Rich Clarkson36—Los Angeles Times49—Walter Iooss Jr.50—Marvin E....

May 10, 1965
NEW LOOKSirs:Thank you for Barbara La Fontaine's story, "He's Just Got That Look" (April 26). At last we can see Sonny Liston as a person capable of having feelings and displaying emotions. Your...

May 10, 1965 | Leonard Koppett
A little over a quarter of a century ago, on Wednesday, May 17, 1939, one of the least-noticed sports events of its time turned out to be a milestone in sports history. Some might argue that what...