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May 16, 1966 | Volume 24, Issue 20

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Kauai King Cover - Sports Illustrated May 16, 1966

May 16, 1966
BOATING—WARREN BROWN of Bermuda out-sailed Arthur Knapp of Manhasset, N.Y. to win two out of three International One-Design races for the King Edward VII Gold Cup at the Bermuda International Race...

May 16, 1966
4—Horst Ehricht30, 31—Walter Iooss Jr.32—UPI33—Walter Iooss Jr.34, 35—Sheedy & Long37—UPI, AP38—Walter Iooss Jr.40—Walter Iooss Jr., Art Shay44, 45—Ted Spiegel from Rapho-Guillumette60,...

May 16, 1966
Jim Peters, a Piedmont (Calif.) High linebacker who won All-Northern California football honors, threw the discus 188 feet eight inches in Walnut Creek, Calif. to record the nation's best prep...

May 16, 1966 | Harold Peterson

May 16, 1966 | Harold Peterson
In his third major league game last month, rookie George Scott of the Boston Red Sox struck out five times. "I'm not discouraged," the 22-year-old Scott said after the game. A few days later...

May 16, 1966
TURNED-ON WORLDSirs:After reading Dan Jenkins' fine article on international sports and where we stand in them (Stop the World, the U.S. Is On, May 2), curiosity prompted me to run a little test...

May 16, 1966
RUSSIAN REPORT

May 16, 1966
•Jackie Stewart, third in the world Grand Prix racing-car standings last year, after having to take a 130-mph "rookie" test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 500-mile race: "I just about...

May 16, 1966
Sudden Sam McDowell is baseball's best young pitcher. He is also one of its most confusing theorists. Jack Mann reports on the fireballing southpaw, a thinking man's thrower.

May 16, 1966 | Whitney Tower

May 16, 1966 | William Leggett

May 16, 1966 | Martin Kane
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May 16, 1966 | Garry Valk
The four pages we devote to Martin Kane's story of the Stanley Cup windup in this issue, beginning on page 38, probably will be the last we will give to hockey until summer is done. But they bring...

May 16, 1966 | Robert Cantwell

May 16, 1966
HEY, LITTLE SUBURBAN HOUSEWIFE IN YOUR SNAZZY ST. MORITZ STRETCH PANTS, DON'T PAY ANY ATTENTION TO THAT BIG BRUISER BEHIND YOU SCRATCHING HIS BACK IMPATIENTLY—EVEN IF HE IS YOUR HUSBAND. THIS...

May 16, 1966 | Coles Phinizy

May 16, 1966
That old UCLA halfback, 25 years away from the game, finally got back to football when Jackie Robinson dauntlessly became general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers—the newest franchise in the...

May 16, 1966 | Charles Goren
Despite the frequency with which the occurrence is reported in the press, the odds are that a hand in which each player comes up with a complete 13-card suit will happen once in...

May 16, 1966 | Jack Tobin
Not once in years of trying had UCLA beaten its crosstown rival, USC, in a dual meet. But Saturday the deprived Bruins finally got revenge

May 16, 1966 | Herman Weiskopf
For a long time America's best gymnasts did not know whether they were eligible for the U.S. meet or not. They were, luckily

May 16, 1966 | Jack Olsen

May 16, 1966 | Pamela Knight
Forget everything you ever knew about vacation housing. Forget the $50-a-day tab just to put a roof over the heads of the family when you go skiing. Outboard Marine Corporation, a concern that...

May 16, 1966 | Myron Cope
One of the best ballplayers in the Caribbean never got to the big leagues, but his son has kept the name going