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January 17, 1966 | Volume 24, Issue 3

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Sunny Bippus Cover - Sports Illustrated January 17, 1966

January 17, 1966 | Joe Jares
Crossed fingers and sprinkles of mustard seed support Bradley University's basketball team as it climbs the national rankings. A squad of slick, poised players and a resourceful rookie coach help...

January 17, 1966 | Tex Maule
Everyone knew that the Baltimore Colts' emergency quarterback, Tom Matte, was not a passer, but in the Playoff Bowl he threw long and he threw short and led the Colts to a remarkably one-sided victory

January 17, 1966 | William Leggett

January 17, 1966
The Exumas are a chain of 365 islands dangling down the Gulf Stream 30 miles southeast of Nassau. Until recently they "were known only to a few yachtsmen, fishermen and scuba divers. But in the...

January 17, 1966
A gold coast of golf has suddenly emerged in southeastern Florida. Some of the area's wondrous courses are shown in color, and Gwilym Brown tells about others and how they grew.

January 17, 1966 | Liz Smith
If you tell 10 people at random that you have recently been in the Exumas, nine of them will probably think you are describing an uncomfortable skin condition. The 10th might inquire politely, as...

January 17, 1966 | Liz Smith
These 365 cays run for 90 miles down the Gulf Stream. Nassau, 30 miles to the northwest of Highborne, is half an hour's flight, half a day's sail, but a tourist light-year away.

January 17, 1966 | Liz Smith
GETTING THERE: The DC 3s of Bahamas Airways make the one-hour flight from Nassau to George Town every day but Thursday. Round-trip fare is $35.80. Bahamas Air Traders has a four-place Widgeon and...

January 17, 1966 | Garry Valk
The girl garnishing the seascape on this week's cover would satisfy the qualifications for most magazine covers, being what she is—beautiful and blonde and blue-eyed. It would be more fitting,...

January 17, 1966
To the utter dismay of thousands of Brazilian ladies, that super soccer star known as Pelé announced his engagement to Rosemere Cholbi, 20, whom he had courted for five years. "I wanted a wife who...

January 17, 1966 | Virginia Kraft
For many hunters accustomed to packing their guns away at the close of the season action is now available at public trap and skeet ranges

January 17, 1966 | Jack Nicklaus
If you frequently have days when your swing seems right but the shots still go all wrong, you may be doing what the pros call "losing the club" at the top of the swing. This is one of golf's most...

January 17, 1966
DEAD LETTER

January 17, 1966
•Alex Sandusky, Baltimore Colts regular offensive guard, retiring after 12 years at the age of 33: "The new players keep getting better, and it makes you think you're getting worse."

January 17, 1966 | Charles Goren
Among the many memorable experiences that I owe to bridge was the privilege of knowing the late Somerset Maugham. By expert standards, he was not to be feared as a player, yet he had the ability...

January 17, 1966 | Joe Jares
Feeding spectators at sports events, a multimillion-dollar industry, entails remarkable logistics and fascinating hazards. Naturally, it has developed a number of oddball characters

January 17, 1966
BASKETBALL—NBA: The Eastern Division race tightened up considerably as first-place BOSTON (27-11) won two out of three while red-hot CINCINNATI (28-14), second by only a game, swept four to make...

January 17, 1966
4—Lynn Pelham from Rapho-Guillumette8—James Drake9—Sheedy & Long (2), James Drake11, 13—Sheedy & Long14, 15—Lee Balterman16, 17—Herb Scharfman18-20—James Drake41—Howell Conant42—UPI,...

January 17, 1966
Bo Trotter, 16, a high school junior from Columbus, Ga. and a tournament golfer since the age of 12, teamed with his father to win the Donald J. Ross Father-Son Scotch foursome tournament on...

January 17, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
The major conference races had barely begun and already there were significant signs that some favorites were in for real trouble. Vanderbilt had undefeated Kentucky to contend with in the SEC,...

January 17, 1966
INVOLVEMENTSirs:Congratulations to Alfred Wright on his article about the University of California at Berkeley (The Big Game and the Barricades, Jan. 3). As a '65 graduate of UCB I was delighted...

January 17, 1966 | Alfred Wright

January 17, 1966 | Alfred Wright
A year ago, in a story called 'Rabbits Chase Kings,' Sports Illustrated reported the pro debut of a rookie. Here is how he has fared

January 17, 1966 | M. R. Werner
Denver regards itself as remarkable for its height, climate and wealth. It is exactly a mile high from the 13th step of the west side of the Colorado State Capitol Building, the gold dome of which...

January 17, 1966 | Frank Graham Jr.
Joe Louis' generosity shocked the mob. His punches shocked a Baer