SI Vault
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

September 27, 1965 | Volume 23, Issue 13

Previous Previous
Frank Ryan Cover - Sports Illustrated September 27, 1965

September 27, 1965
THE BARE BEAR FACTS

September 27, 1965
•Jess Neely, Rice coach, appraising his end, Murphy Davis: "He's one of the best bad-pass catchers we've ever had. If I can get our boys to throw bad I won't worry about him catching it."

September 27, 1965 | Tex Maule

September 27, 1965 | Alfred Wright
A University of Florida senior, who did not even play golf until forced to give up football and baseball, Bob Murphy chain-smoked cigars to calm his nerves and got hot enough to win the U.S. Amateur

September 27, 1965 | Jack Mann

September 27, 1965
The World Series begins October 6 in Minnesota, where the Twins, who settled the American League race some weeks ago, await the National League's best. A fresh analysis.

September 27, 1965 | Liz Smith

September 27, 1965 | Liz Smith
The fiber-glass vaulting pole held by Buzz Congram is made by Browning Silafiex. Joseph O'Donnell wears a chest pad made by Rawlings. It is filled with resilient padding—Dow Chemical's Ethafoam....

September 27, 1965 | Gary Valk
As you doubtless already know from your newspapers, Jack Dempsey filed suit against SPORTS ILLUSTRATED after we printed an excerpt from a new autobiography of the late Jack Kearns, who had been...

September 27, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
It was the last game in the long, historic series between Alabama and Georgia, a game being discontinued because of the old Bear Bryant-Wally Butts- controversy of 1963. Fittingly enough, when all...

September 27, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: Texas Western sophomore Quarterback Billy Stevens hit 21 of 35 passes for 500 yards, breaking Jerry Rhome's NCAA record. Three went for touchdowns in a 61-15 win over North Texas...

September 27, 1965 | Mervin Hyman
NOTRE DAME OVER PURDUEBut Griese's good passing will worry the Irish.

September 27, 1965
In her Oscar-winning performance in The Miracle Worker, Patty Duke played a girl who was both blind and deaf. She gets a far better break in her new movie, Billie, playing a girl so physically...

September 27, 1965 | Bob Grossman
A top Le Mans racing driver and car connoisseur tests the Toronado—the first postwar American car with front-wheel drive—and finds it the best-cornering and most stable big domestic model in his...

September 27, 1965 | Charles Goren
The Tournament of Champions, played in Deauville, France this summer, certainly lived up to its name. Of the 16 players who took part, all but one were recent World Championship participants. The...

September 27, 1965 | Whitney Tower
Tom Rolfe joins three other top colts for the Arc at Longchamp

September 27, 1965 | Jack Olsen

September 27, 1965
16, 17—James Drake18, 19—Walter Iooss Jr.21—James Drake22—Don Uhrbrock24-31—Tony Triolo33-38—Richard Meek40, 41—Atlanta Journal Constitution52—United Artists Corp.55—illustration by Dan Todd56,...

September 27, 1965
BOATING—The world championship for Lightning class boats, held at the Bay of Naples, was won by THOMAS G. ALLEN of Buffalo, sailing Atom II, for the third straight time. The next five finishers...

September 27, 1965
Marion Coakes, 18, a Hampshire, England horsewoman, became the youngest world champion ever in show jumping when she rode her pony, Stroller, to the Ladies' World Championship at Hickstead,...

September 27, 1965
ZEROING INSirs:After reading Zero Plimpton's article on the pro football addict (The Celestial Hell of the Super fan, Sept. 13), I wonder if he isn't fudging a bit. All bona fide Superfans should...