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January 09, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 2

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Bart Starr Cover - Sports Illustrated January 09, 1967

January 09, 1967 | Edwin Shrake
There is an American Football League rule against using champagne in a locker room for the purpose of a) drinking, b) sloshing on people or c) posing for cameras with. The idea, of course, is to...

January 09, 1967 | Bob Ottum
Luther (Wimpy) Lassiter, champion of all pool, began by allowing as how he was feeling poorly and finished more or less fast asleep, but Cicero Murphy, the challenger, turned out to be the man...

January 09, 1967 | Dan Jenkins
Be truthful now, Notre Dame and Michigan State. Would you really want to play Alabama? Would you honestly care to spend an afternoon trying to swat those gnats who call themselves linemen and...

January 09, 1967 | Joe Jares

January 09, 1967 | Bill Surface

January 09, 1967
Super Bowl preview by Tex Maule details the moods and merits of Green Bay and Kansas City. An expert analysis of the first confrontation of the NFL and AFL champions.

January 09, 1967
History has it that Robert Louis Stevenson stood on a hill overlooking the seascape at right dreaming up the plot for "Treasure Island," and it would seem to take almost as much dreaming today to...

January 09, 1967 | Garry Valk
This issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED contains the most ambitious use of news color in the history of the magazine. The cover and the pro football championship stories that begin on page 8 are...

January 09, 1967 | Nora Johnson

January 09, 1967
Bobby Kennedy was on TV again last week and never has the audience been more select. While skiing in Sun Valley, he decided to use the ski school's instant-replay television to check his...

January 09, 1967
THE SUPEREND

January 09, 1967 | Kim Chapin
The Davis Cup Challenge Round was a massacre, as those old amateur pros, Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle, won two singles matches apiece

January 09, 1967 | Frank Sleeper
Not since the wagon trains of the 19th century have transcontinental travelers faced such hazards as those that confronted two pioneering Minnesotans who rode snowmobiles from the West Coast to...

January 09, 1967 | Charles Goren
All though I am not especially fond of systems based on artificial conventions, I am not blind to the fact that they have their uses. For example, there is a no-man's-land in standard no-trump...

January 09, 1967 | Charles Goren
NORTH [Ace of Spades] [2 of Spades] [Jack of Hearts] [10 of Hearts] [9 of Hearts] [8 of Hearts] [5 of Hearts] [Jack of Clubs] [3 of Clubs] [2 of Clubs] [8 of Diamonds] [4 of Diamonds] EAST [Queen...

January 09, 1967 | Edwin Shrake

January 09, 1967 | Curry Kirkpatrick
It was holiday time, and the sound of the consolation game was in the land. Where there is a consolation game, or two, or five, there is a basketball tournament, and this year the NCAA scheduled...

January 09, 1967
9—Neil Leifer10, 11—Walter Iooss Jr.12, 13—Neil Leifer14, 15—Herb Scharfman16—James Drake18, 19—Roy De Carava22—AP23-27—James Drake49—AP, Bob Allen for Neenah-Menasha Daily Northwestern50,...

January 09, 1967
Mickey Cureton, a fullback at Centennial High in Compton, Calif., broke all of the California Interscholastic Federation's rushing records in his three years of play, including Glenn Davis' season...

January 09, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA'S (35-3) winning streak reached nine games as the 76ers defeated the Royals 134-118, the Celtics 113-108 and the Pistons 137-113, to increase their Eastern Division...

January 09, 1967
EMERGENCE(CONT.)Sirs:Martin Kane's recent article, A Very Welcome Redcoat (Dec. 19), was both informative and awesome—awesome because I feel that if others such as John Velzian were to help the...

January 09, 1967 | Tex Maule