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January 03, 1966 | Volume 24, Issue 1

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated January 03, 1966

January 03, 1966 | Tex Maule

January 03, 1966 | Edwin Shrake

January 03, 1966
The workmen at the right are getting ready to launch a brand-new sailboat—but not into the sea. They are part of the crew setting the stage in New York's vast Coliseum, where some $2.5 million...

January 03, 1966 | Dan Jenkins

January 03, 1966
The NFL championship will be decided at Green Bay as the Packers battle the Browns in the climax of a tumultuous season. Tex Maule analyzes the causes of victory and defeat.

January 03, 1966 | Tom Allen
The warm waves that wash the brown-sana beaches of Nicaragua's east coast are cast up by lonely seas, sailed now only by shrimp and fishing boats and an occasional Indian dugout. But if, lulled...

January 03, 1966 | Garry Valk
One of the strengths of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, I think, is style—not a style, meaning conformity to a certain pattern, but instead a consistent quality of thought and presentation that embraces...

January 03, 1966
One thing he has in abundance is pluck, and that, precisely, was the virtue called for when Stirling Moss turned out for a racing drivers' banquet in London wearing a dark-green-red-and-white kilt...

January 03, 1966 | Jack Nicklaus
Though greenkeepers may not yearn for the chance to put this idea into action, it could be argued that one way for a golf course to get its greens in shape is to host a professional tournament....

January 03, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
The season broke out early in New Zealand and Australia as Kenya's effervescent Kipchoge Keino and an agonizing Wagnerian from East Germany, Jürgen May, went far out to prove the mile mark is for...

January 03, 1966 | Frank Deford
Baltimore's new coach and an old hand at center have the Bullets pressing the Lakers, with the Warriors expected to move up. But Boston has started to show that the only games it has to fear are...

January 03, 1966 | Alfred Wright

January 03, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
It was a week that some very good teams would just as soon forget. The unpredictable rigors of the road proved to be too much for unbeaten St. Joseph's, Providence, Wichita State, Minnesota and...

January 03, 1966
BASKETBALL—NBA: the LOS ANGELES (21-16) lead in the Western Division dwindled to one game after the Lakers lost two games to the 76ers. But L.A. bounced back by defeating the Warriors 132-120 and...

January 03, 1966
4—Brendan Mulvey, Joseph Consentino10, 11—Walter Iooss Jr.12, 13—Neil Leifer14—UPI16-19—Sheedy & Long26, 27—UPI28—AP, Marvin E. Newman29—UPI, AP30—AP42—S & G from Pictorial AP44—Auckland...

January 03, 1966
Steve Carey, 13, a 6-foot-1, 160-pound swimmer from Cincinnati's Fennington High, set a new AAU age-group record for the 50-yard freestyle with a clocking of 22.7. His time bettered the listed...

January 03, 1966
FER-DE-LANCESirs:As I pulled the December 13 copy of SI out of my mailbox and looked at the cover I could not help but smile and feel glad that I am one of those who subscribe to a magazine that...

January 03, 1966
MUHAMMAD I-Y

January 03, 1966
•Mrs. Zoilo Versalles, wife of the American League's Most Valuable Player, explaining why she does the disciplining of their four daughters as well as the snow shoveling at their Minneapolis home:...