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November 14, 1966 | Volume 25, Issue 20

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November 14, 1966 | Jack Olsen

November 14, 1966
4—Bob Ottum26—Shel Hershorn-Black Star29—C. Thomas Hardin36—Donald Getsug from Rapho-Guillumette38—Walter Iooss Jr.44—Tony Triolo64—Marvin E. Newman75—Sheedy & Long84—UPI, AP86—Tony...

November 14, 1966
Barry Freeman, 17, a Sullivan (Ill.) High School tackle, booted four field goals, the longest 43 yards, as the Redskins beat Cerro Gordo 39-0. With seven field goals in five games, Freeman more...

November 14, 1966
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (7-1) won two games, running its regular-season winning streak to 18 (including 11 at the end of last season) and setting a league record. Then the 76ers went to...

November 14, 1966
PASSING MARKSSirs:I felt that Tex Maule's article on the Western Conference of the NFL (Heated Pursuit of the Packers, Oct. 31) was fine, but he overlooked something in comparing Johnny Unitas and...

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November 14, 1966
•Jim Camp, George Washington football coach, on why he doesn't use a lonely end: "We train by a parkway, which runs beside a river. If we had a lonely end, he either would be hit by a car or drown."

November 14, 1966 | Martin Kane

November 14, 1966
Muhammad Ali, in his sternest test as champion, meets Big Cat Williams for the heavyweight title. Martin Kane reports the color and excitement of the big fight in Houston.

November 14, 1966 | John Underwood

November 14, 1966 | Pete Axthelm

November 14, 1966 | Garry Valk
Early last winter SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Ski Editor Fred Smith, surveying nothing more alpine than the snow cover on New York's Central Park, suddenly was struck by an idea. Think, thought Smith, how...

November 14, 1966 | Pete Axthelm

November 14, 1966 | Bob Ottum

November 14, 1966 | Jack Nicklaus
Too many weekend golfers ignore what seems to them to be a trivial part of the game, care of their clubs. As often as not they keep their clubs at home, and they find it quite easy not to clean...

November 14, 1966 | Tom C. Brody
The hot winds died, the fogs disappeared and the Aztecs of San Diego combined blazing speed with Don Horn's accurate passes to swamp North Dakota State and become the country's No. 1 small-college...

November 14, 1966 | Mervin Hyman

November 14, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Brigham Young Quarterback Virgil Carter completed 29 of 47 passes for 513 yards, a new NCAA record, and ran for 86 for a total of 599 to rout Texas Western, previously ranked second in...

November 14, 1966
Now that the elections are over, voters can assess how valuable an image of fitness was to a politician by checking two results. As Election Day neared, Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes, 57, managed...

November 14, 1966 | Alice Higgins
Riding brilliantly at New York's National, determined Kathy Kusner easily won the international jumping title. She is entitled to wear

November 14, 1966 | Charles Goren
I know bridge players who pride themselves on rarely making a mistake, but even if their pride were justified I would not choose one of these paragons as my partner. The reason is that such a...

November 14, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
Even the coholder of a U.S. Open record, Rives McBee, never knew pressure like this

November 14, 1966 | Janet Graham
Sport of the Gods! Who else flies over a sleeping world, through space, and knows the joys of motion without movement, without sound, without effort?... The strange sense of being disembodied, of...

November 14, 1966 | Bill Rintoul
A boy of 15 who was already a professional boxing columnist found it hard to settle down to lessons in school books