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March 06, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 10

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Arnold Palmer Cover - Sports Illustrated March 06, 1967

March 06, 1967
SANCTIONS AND SANCTIMONY

March 06, 1967
•Ed (Moose) Krause, Notre Dame athletic director, suggesting a change in basketball rules: "Record all fouls on both teams but don't shoot any free throws during regulation play. Then, when the...

March 06, 1967 | Dan Jenkins

March 06, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Everybody but Mario Andretti seemed in a big hurry to smash something in Daytona's 500-mile stock-car race. With competitors failing all about him, the Indianapolis star guided his Ford to a...

March 06, 1967 | Whitney Tower
Racegoers who believe that a wide-open 3-year-old season creates more interest than one dominated by one or two standouts are discovering that 1967 may be just their sort of year. After the first...

March 06, 1967 | Frank Deford

March 06, 1967
A team on the rise in 1967 may be the young, colorful Kansas City Athletics. William Leggett visits Manager Alvin Dark's charges in spring training and dissects their optimism.

March 06, 1967 | Liz Smith

March 06, 1967 | Garry Valk
Equipped with an 11-pound portable typewriter, two drip-dry shirts, a pair of black Edwardian boots and a blue Doctor Zhivago hat that he purchased near Times Square for $2.67, Associate Editor...

March 06, 1967
"The trouble about Prince Philip," declared the London Daily Mirror last week, "is that his heart is often in the right place, but his head isn't." The editorial blast came when word got back to...

March 06, 1967 | Mark Kram
The dream died with worthy Doug Jones, but it gleamed brighter than ever for Joe Frazier, who has a Marciano punch and Ali in his future

March 06, 1967 | Charles Goren
When you cut the highest card, the International Laws of contract bridge give you the right to choose your seat and the color of the deck with which you will deal. However, nothing can give you an...

March 06, 1967 | Charles Goren
WESTPASSPASSPASS

March 06, 1967 | Tom C. Brody
Behind the shades and the foo-man-shoo mustache dwells cool Charlie Greene. Forget records. He will win anyway, in a nonchalant breeze

March 06, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack

March 06, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack
The Palmer business empire—how it began with an argument and evolved into a web of corporations that will do everything from insure your life to darn your socks.

March 06, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack
When golf historians look back on the 1960s they may contend that the man who had the most significant influence on the structure of the game never came close to winning a Masters or U.S. Open. He...

March 06, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: Eastern Division leader PHILADELPHIA (57-10) played only one game and defeated the Bullets 149-118 as Wilt Chamberlain scored 42 points. In shooting 18 for 18 from the floor, Wilt...

March 06, 1967
4—Fred Kaplan-Black Star20—Lynn Pelham-Rapho Guillumette22, 23—Bob East-Miami Herald24—Ted Polumbaum25—Bruce Roberts-Rapho Guillumette26—Ted Polumbaum31—Fred Kaplan-Black Star43—UPI44—James...

March 06, 1967
Greg Starrick, 17, an all-state guard on Marion (Ill.) High's basketball team who has a 32.7-point game average, scored 70 points in an 88-86 double-overtime loss to West Frankfort. During...

March 06, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE TOURNAMENTS

March 06, 1967
FROSTBITTENSirs:For years we have been trying to tell people what winter sailing is like. We greatly enjoy the sport but have found it hard to express our enjoyment to the disbelievers. Now, with...