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January 10, 1966 | Volume 24, Issue 2

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Jim Taylor Cover - Sports Illustrated January 10, 1966

January 10, 1966
NEW YEAR'S LONG SHOTThe extraordinary events of New Year's Day, when the three top-ranked college teams, all undefeated, went down one after the other, raised the question of how much a fan might...

January 10, 1966
•Bill Van Breda Kolff, who coached Bill Bradley at Princeton last year, asked to appraise the star player on an opposing team: "I guess I don't think anybody is good now. Maybe Bradley spoiled me."

January 10, 1966 | Tex Maule

January 10, 1966 | Frank Deford

January 10, 1966
The man made famous by a colt named Carry Back is now enrolling Thoroughbred students at his unique school in Florida, where the main campus is a training track but tuition ain't hay

January 10, 1966 | Mark Kram

January 10, 1966
Arnold Palmer sets out to regain his lost eminence, millions of dollars are at stake and a year of big changes portends as the 1966 pro golf tour gets under way in Los Angeles.

January 10, 1966
It had been a crazy season of upsets anyhow, so it was only appropriate that the New Year's Day bowl games should have a kind of crazy logic of their own. Three perfect-record teams, Michigan...

January 10, 1966 | Garry Valk
As shown by the list of names to your right, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is served by a variety of staff writers, writer-reporters, reporters, special contributors and special correspondents. At the end of...

January 10, 1966 | Gerald Holland

January 10, 1966
It was the risk a museum takes when it permits a favorite masterpiece to be loaned out to a traveling exhibition: Willie Mays, stumping the West on behalf of the Job Corps (at the request, it was...

January 10, 1966 | Ernest Shirley
Spain's Manuel Santana won his duel with Roy Emerson, but the Aussies had taken the Davis Cup

January 10, 1966 | Bil Gilbert

January 10, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
Conference races have barely begun, yet there remain just two undefeated teams in the country, Kentucky and Texas Western. Since most of the major preconference games are intersectionals, this...

January 10, 1966
BASKETBALL—BOSTON (25-10), after three wins and two losses, held a 2½-game lead in the Eastern Division. The Celtics opened the week with a loss to the 76ers and then edged the Knicks 99-96 and...

January 10, 1966
4—Rich Clarkson15—Walter Iooss Jr.16—Neil Leifer18—Neil Leifer, Herb Scharfman, Neil Leifer19—Walter Iooss Jr.20-23—Herb Scharfman28—Benny Agosto29, 31—Roy De Carava33-35—Sheedy & Long36,...

January 10, 1966
J. Jerome Miller, 52, of Highland Park, Ill., a member of the U.S. Olympic water polo teams in 1936 and 1948, broke the Chicago Athletic Association's record (the nation's best) for miles swum in...

January 10, 1966
NONSPORTSMANSirs:I hope John Steinbeck never attempts to write an article on sports, for it would be impossible to improve upon the excellence of his letter on why he can't (Then My Arm Glassed...