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July 26, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 4

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Arnold Palmer Cover - Sports Illustrated July 26, 1965

July 26, 1965 | Dan Jenkins

July 26, 1965 | Mark McCormack
First, let me put at ease two of my foremost clients, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and at the same time do what Hollywood calls the patriotic cop-out by stating in perfect truth that America's...

July 26, 1965 | Dolly Connelly

July 26, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown

July 26, 1965 | Arnold Palmer

July 26, 1965 | Arnold Palmer
Palmer tells how to splash in shallow water, keep a safe shot safe, hit the shovel shot and stump a tree.

July 26, 1965
Powerboating is a sport that attracts millions of Americans. In a 21-page package Hugh Whall writes about the world's finest and most expensive sport-fishing craft and the family that builds them;...

July 26, 1965 | Garry Valk
As you will notice, a new signature appears at the top of this page, replacing one that to readers of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED must seem the mark of an old and valued friend. Sidney L. James, organizer...

July 26, 1965 | Liz Smith
There wasn't much sailboat racing at the first biennial Block Island Race Week, but there were plenty of lobsters, whiskey, beer and fun

July 26, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Running only in his home state of California, Native Diver adds to his local popularity and his stature in racing's handicap division

July 26, 1965 | Jack Mann
Philadelphia Phillie Manager Gene Mauch stood near second base with his arms folded, trying to think of something. He had just lost his second argument of the evening to the umpires, and the game...

July 26, 1965 | Alice Higgins

July 26, 1965

July 26, 1965
•David H. McConnell, New York millionaire, on why he would bankroll a National Football League franchise in New Orleans: "I could go out and buy 200,000 acres of timberland, but then what would I...

July 26, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
In an All-Star Game marked by five home runs it took a bad-hop infield single by Ron Santo and a face-saving catch by Willie Mays to give the National League a 6-5 victory over the American League...

July 26, 1965
BOATING—Ticonderoga, the 72-foot ketch owned, skippered and navigated by Robert Johnson of Portland, Ore., sailed from San Pedro, Calif. to Honolulu in 9 days 13 hours 51 minutes 2 seconds, to...

July 26, 1965
4—John G. Zimmerman, Walter Daran14—Tony Triolo, Nat Finkelstein-Pix, Marvin E. Newman15—Alan Clifton (2), Sheedy & Long16—Sheedy & Long17—Horst Ehricht20—AP24—Terje Anthonsen27—UPI28—Bob...

July 26, 1965
Mary Ann Noah, a Fairway, Kans. housewife and mother of four, flew a 160-hp Piper Cherokee airplane to victory in the Powder Puff Derby, by traveling from El Cajon, Calif. to Chattanooga, Tenn. at...

July 26, 1965
EMERGENCYSirs:Perhaps SI missed the point concerning Gene Stallings and the emerging Negro athlete in the SWC (SCORECARD, July 5, 1965). One has to be cognizant of the situation at Texas A&M...