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April 24, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 17

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Rick Barry Cover - Sports Illustrated April 24, 1967

April 24, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf

April 24, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
It was the bottom of the ninth inning and the fans at Yankee Stadium were cheering every pitch by rookie left-hander Bill Rohr of the Red Sox, who for eight innings had not allowed a hit. They had...

April 24, 1967
BADMINTON—MRS. JUDY DEVLIN HASHMAN, 31, an American living in England, won every event she entered at the U.S. Open championships in Flint, Mich. when she took her 12th ladies' singles title with...

April 24, 1967
Ron Wigham, a swimmer from Calgary, Alta. who already held six Canadian records for boys 10 and under, set four more marks at a dual meet in Calgary. Two weeks later Wig-ham increased his total to...

April 24, 1967
22-24—Bob Peterson26, 27—Eric Schweikardt28, 29—Rich Clarkson31—Walter Iooss Jr.33, 34—James Drake36—Neil Leifer37—diagram by William Bernstein38—James Drake52, 53—Ray Woolfe Jr.54—Richard Meek55,...

April 24, 1967
KICKBACKSirs:I found your article Spiking the Side-kick Issue (April 10) quite interesting. However, I don't think that your use of Bobby Charlton in this experiment was too fair a test. The...

April 24, 1967

April 24, 1967
•George Weiss, former Met general manager, on the team's chances this year: "Fifty-fifty. Some days they're terrible, others they're bad."

April 24, 1967 | William Leggett

April 24, 1967 | William Leggett
There he is, Mickey Mantle, outfielder for 16 years, and the time is right now—inning one of game one. All the things that are supposed to happen so fast at first base are happening. The ball is a...

April 24, 1967 | Frank Deford

April 24, 1967 | Pete Axthelm

April 24, 1967 | Alfred Wright

April 24, 1967 | Garry Valk
Gerard W. O'Connor's lighthearted satire on camp in sport, which appears on page 42, came to us, as the phrase goes in the trade, "over the transom." It was unsolicited, unheralded by an agent and...

April 24, 1967 | Gerard O'Connor
If you know, he probably isn't camp—but that's your problem. The thing is, sport is as camp as anything

April 24, 1967 | Liz Smith

April 24, 1967
Candidates being mentioned by White House sources to succeed Stan Musial as head of the President's Physical Fitness Program include Pete Retzlaff, Bob Pettit, John Glenn, Buster Crabbe and Dinah...

April 24, 1967 | Charles Goren
Baseball's spring headlines go to the sluggers who massacre preseason pitching or phenoms whose fast balls threaten to set new strikeout records. However, the knowing baseball reporter rarely...

April 24, 1967 | Kim Chapin
After winning her 12th national singles championship as well as the doubles and mixed doubles, Judy Devlin Hashman retires from the game

April 24, 1967 | Tex Maule
Televised professional soccer was unveiled nationally last weekend and, despite awkward moments, showed signs of future health

April 24, 1967 | Whitney Tower
Two early-line Kentucky Derby favorites ran second at Aqueduct and Keeneland last week, but there was more concern over a courageous winner who probably will never get his chance at Churchill Downs

April 24, 1967 | Bil Gilbert

April 24, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
Most professional hockey players take pride in not missing a game, but one scarred old veteran made a fetish of it