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November 21, 1966 | Volume 25, Issue 21

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Ross Fichtner Cover - Sports Illustrated November 21, 1966

November 21, 1966
THE SHADOW (CONT.)Although the AFL has evinced little interest in the fact that some bookies are refusing to take big bets on games involving certain AFL teams (SI, Nov. 14), the NFL is not so...

November 21, 1966
•Danny Abbott, Texas sophomore guard, explaining how outdated his upper-class teammates are: "Why, some of the fifth-year players still do the twist."

November 21, 1966 | Martin Kane
Talk was big before the fight, but all of the action was Muhammad Ali's. Hitting Cleveland Williams with either hand as often as he liked, the champion was so much in charge that the world title...

November 21, 1966 | Dan Jenkins
Georgia Tech, a team with more desire than ability, is enjoying an undefeated season but not the undivided loyalty of Georgians, at least half of whom will root for the Bulldogs when the two teams...

November 21, 1966 | Whitney Tower
They were the champions of international and U. S. racing before last weekend's two big events. When Behistoun won handily at Laurel and Successor took a laugher in Jersey their titles appeared...

November 21, 1966
Game of the year 1966 pits solid Michigan State against flamboyant Notre Dame. In action color photographs and text by Dan Jenkins, the battle of the undefeated schools is depicted.

November 21, 1966 | Bob Ottum

November 21, 1966 | Tex Maule

November 21, 1966 | Garry Valk
Even though sport, conservation, leisure and the like are areas of activity that arouse violent passions among their followers—"The Yankees stink!" "Our river is an open sewer!"—this magazine does...

November 21, 1966 | Virginia Kraft

November 21, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
The nation's five major undefeated teams were all expected to be there at the top. But as the 1966 season winds toward its exciting climax, two schools, Notre Dame and Michigan State, stand above...

November 21, 1966 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Colorado State Halfback Oscar Reed went 70 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, ran 124 more yards for a 7.8-yard average and two more touchdowns in a 35-26 win over...

November 21, 1966
Who is Harry Walker? Students at a small college near Pittsburgh asked 540 people on campus and around town that question. He was identified as a member of the President's Cabinet, a nightclub...

November 21, 1966 | Jerrold Schecter
The U.S. got back the Canada Cup when Palmer and Nicklaus proved unbeatable at Tokyo, but the real excitement came when Canada's Knudson almost lost the individual title to home-town pro Sugimoto

November 21, 1966 | Charles Goren
I sell a great many books that tell students, among other things, which card to select for an opening lead from certain combinations and which of these combinations to prefer over another. The...

November 21, 1966 | Walter Bingham
Back home after the embarrassing defeat of his U.S. Davis Cup team, Captain George MacCall answers some questions his critics are asking

November 21, 1966 | Robert Cantwell

November 21, 1966
BASKETBALL—NBA: For the first few weeks of the season, PHILADELPHIA's (11-1) Wilt Chamberlain contentedly fed Guards Larry Costello and Hal Greer while he concentrated on other matters. Last week,...

November 21, 1966
27—Bob Peterson29—Neil Leifer30—Jerry Cooke32, 33—Sheedy & Long38, 39—Tony Bernato-Philadelphia Evening and Sunday Bulletin56—John Croft-Minneapolis Tribune64—Roy De Carava, Reporters...

November 21, 1966
Ed Duncan, 21, of Oakland, Calif., a former University of California swimmer and water-polo player, swam the tricky waters of the Golden Gate strait, from Fort Point to Lime Point—and back—a...

November 21, 1966
PAGE THE GIPPERSirs:As an old Iowa fan who is now a student at the University of Illinois, I need a lot of prodding to feel sentimental about Notre Dame, but Dan Jenkins' article (That Legend Is...

November 21, 1966 | Felicia Lee
Robert M. Lee never got over his first trip to Africa in 1955. He was so taken with the people and the wildlife that he soon gave up an active role in his successful construction business and...

November 21, 1966 | David Folster
Like most Canadian towns, the small one in New Brunswick where I lived in the '40s always had a hockey team of some sort. These teams were not always paragons of skill, to be sure, but they all...