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August 09, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 6

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Juan Marichal Cover - Sports Illustrated August 09, 1965

August 09, 1965 | Alfred Wright

August 09, 1965 | Alfred Wright
1 Their own boss, appointed by them and representing their own interests.

August 09, 1965 | Frank Deford
When Arthur Ashe was chosen to face Mexico in Davis Cup play, it was hoped he might help U.S. star Dennis Ralston by winning one match. As it developed, he won twice to lead his team to victory

August 09, 1965 | Robert Cantwell

August 09, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle
The night was black in Santo Domingo. It was after curfew, and warring troops patrolled the streets as the caravan of cars of the Organization of American States' negotiating team slowly left the...

August 09, 1965
Y.A. Tittle begins the story of his life in professional football—a great passer's candid reflections on the joys and frustrations, the challenges and conflicts in a turbulent career.

August 09, 1965 | Arnold Palmer

August 09, 1965 | Garry Valk
Joe Bellino, the old Navy hero and Heisman Trophy winner, is fighting for a starting position with the Boston Patriots. John Underwood, who last week saw the small, hard-muscled ex-Middie in a...

August 09, 1965
Boxer Cassius Clay-Muhammad Ali and Writer Norman Mailer, each of whom has established his preeminence in his own field to his own satisfaction, competed at San Juan for acclaim as world's...

August 09, 1965
The raft in the picture at left may be the most unusual craft to be launched since the three wise men of Gotham went to sea in a bowl. It is made of two panels of Alcoa's Alply, which consists of...

August 09, 1965 | John Underwood
The Jets have Namath, now the Patriots have Bellino. Their presence in a rookie game drew a crowd that split the seams of the stadium

August 09, 1965 | Charles Goren
East leads" might become headline news in the World Bridge Championship in Venice next year, thanks to an important move by the World Bridge Federation. The application of the Far East Bridge...

August 09, 1965 | Jack Olsen

August 09, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
AMERICAN LEAGUE"Tony Oliva," said Oriole Manager Hank Bauer, "does everything well—run, catch, throw and hit." A shrug and a short pause later, Bauer added: "The bum!" Last week, as MINNESOTA...

August 09, 1965
16—Stuart Smith17—Art Shay18, 19—Shel Hershorn-Black Star20—Wil Blanche33, 35, 36—Walter Iooss Jr.40—Marvin W. Schwartz, Bermuda News Bureau46—Fred Kaplan66—London Daily Express-Pictorial, Mercer...

August 09, 1965
Deidre Anne Watkinson, a WREN petty officer attached to HMS Victory, became the first British servicewoman ever chosen to represent Great Britain in international track competition, after she won...

August 09, 1965
BOATING—First over the finish line of the 235-mile Port Huron-to-Mackinac race and first on corrected time of 42 hours 44 minutes 13 seconds, GYPSY, a 54-foot sloop skippered by Charles Kotovic of...

August 09, 1965
BIG BEATSirs:Dan Jenkins' O.K., Everybody: Beat America! (July 26) is a perfect example of the negative attitude so popular in America today. If the author feels that America is slipping in...

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August 09, 1965
•Satchel Paige, on how to pitch: "Just take the ball and throw it where you want to. Throw strikes. Home plate don't move."