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June 14, 1965 | Volume 22, Issue 24

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated June 14, 1965

June 14, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUEMembers of the WASHINGTON (4-2) chapter of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alumni Association had one big homecoming celebration last week. In a doubleheader sweep against the Angels in...

June 14, 1965
BOWLING—After 68 days of competition among more than 28,500 men and 5,372 teams, the American Bowling Congress tournament in St. Paul closed with TOM HATHAWAY of Los Angeles the all-events winner...

June 14, 1965
Steve Gentry or State College, Pa. clipped eight seconds from the Pennsylvania high school mile record with a 4:12.4 in the state championships. Gentry also anchored (1:53.2) the two-mile-relay...

June 14, 1965
6—Richard Barker26—Tom Hardin27—Louisville Courier-Journal29—Herb Scharfman30—Jay B. Leviton41, 43—Tony Triolo48—Neal Barr-Feldon66—AP68, 69—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette70—Joseph...

June 14, 1965
UNMOOTED POINTSirs:As I turned my radio on that Tuesday night I was confused about what to expect in the fight. I fostered some suspicion that Clay was a very good fighter, but in the face of the...

June 14, 1965
THE GUESSING GAME

June 14, 1965
•Jim Myers, assistant coach of the Dallas Cowboys, discussing pass protection: "We specialized in the Look Out Block last year. The tackle raises up and says, 'Look out, here he comes.' "

June 14, 1965 | Frank Deford
Portending a shift in the balance of power in college sports, the Southeastern Conference voids its gentleman's agreement on segregation while other southern schools step up their recruiting of...

June 14, 1965 | Whitney Tower
After three months of disappointing almosts, the Cohens' Hail to All turns up in blinkers and climaxes a busy $191,055 week by winning one of the most furiously contested Belmont Stakes ever run

June 14, 1965 | Jack Nicklaus

June 14, 1965
Its rich colors may seem ever muted and its pastoral images always subtle, yet, as the ensuing pages show, the U.S. Open is a golf tournament that has a distinctive pattern of its own, one that...

June 14, 1965 | Alfred Wright
Regard the golf ball on the opposite page. And ask any touring professional where it is. Ten to one he will tell you it is in the rough at the U.S. Open, which is exactly where this particular...

June 14, 1965 | Alfred Wright
Rarely has there been a stronger display of the USGA's authority and determination than that shown the other day when it banned from tournament use four of the most prestigious golf balls made in...

June 14, 1965 | Bill Veeck

June 14, 1965
Showdown in Toronto pits the world's best middle and distance runners in the next act of track's traveling circus. John Underwood reports on the important races.

June 14, 1965 | Sidney L. James
If you ask a mountain climber why he does it you are going to get the tattered old cliché "because it is there," and not much else. If you need further explanation, you should stay off mountains....

June 14, 1965
A short walk really isn't much exercise, so former West Point Trackman Edward White (below), who still holds the cadet record for the 400-meter hurdles, was running on the beach last week. After...

June 14, 1965 | Pamela Knight
The hexagonal bubble tent at left pulls smoothly out on a telescopic track inside the eight-foot tube atop the station wagon. It unfolds and zips into place in 1½ minutes and needs no stakes. The...

June 14, 1965 | William Leggett
At 20 years of age brown-eyed Ron Swoboda has become a hero to rival Marvelous Marv Throneberry in the affections of New York Met fans, and he has also become a genuine major-league home run hitter

June 14, 1965 | Charles Goren
Nowadays if someone aboard a cruise ship talks about the master of the bridge, he probably is not referring to the captain. So great is the popularity of shipboard contract bridge that scarcely a...

June 14, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
Challenged as seldom before, New Zealand's Peter Snell persevered to take the mile from a determined field in Los Angeles as Australia's Ron Clarke, running alone most of the way, paced himself to...

June 14, 1965 | Jack Kiser
Every harness track in the country has been eager to stage the first trotting race between Speedy Scot and Ayres. They are both Triple Crown winners (Speedy in 1963, Ayres in 1964) and co-holders...

June 14, 1965 | James Lipscomb
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June 14, 1965 | Felicia Lee
The delicate instruments needed for precision timing in various sports are in abundant supply at the Heuer Timer Corporation of 441 Lexington Ave., New York. Heuer (rhymes with lawyer) is the U.S....

June 14, 1965 | William F. Nolan
Young Frank Lockhart surprised everyone when he took the 1926 Indy 500 in his first attempt