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June 19, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 25

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Joe Harris Cover - Sports Illustrated June 19, 1967

June 19, 1967 | Bob Ottum

June 19, 1967 | Bill Russell

June 19, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
The pickings were thin as hockey's expansion draft staffed six new U.S. teams—thinnest of all for Los Angeles' Jack Kent Cooke, who was the object of some expertly brutal hazing by Toronto's Punch...

June 19, 1967 | John Underwood
Bill Toomey arrived at the decathlon championships with a change of clothes for almost every event. He needn't have bothered. Despite sore tendons he easily outdistanced the field to win the title...

June 19, 1967
The 67th U.S. open is hold at historic Baltusrol. From there Alfred Wright reports what happened both on the course and behind the scenes in the battle for golf's top title.

June 19, 1967 | Mark Kram

June 19, 1967
On the horse show circuit, summer brings a period of relative calm after the rich spring events, and before the championships of autumn. There is no falling off in the number of shows—indeed,...

June 19, 1967 | Garry Valk
Last week Staff Writer Patricia Ryan took up the reins of SCORECARD. This is by no means an idle figure of speech, for Pat comes from a distinguished line of racetrackers. Her grandfather, Owen...

June 19, 1967
The First Lady toured New England last week, and if one assumes that a chair lift ride to the top of Mt. Mansfield was instructional for Lady Bird Johnson and her trusty Secret Service man...

June 19, 1967 | Bil Gilbert
In summer, bird watchers, picnickers and golfers who hook tee shots all face a common danger—poison ivy, a plant that can ruin a vacation

June 19, 1967 | Charles Goren
London holds a husband-and-wife championship, and the winners, not surprisingly, are newlyweds

June 19, 1967 | Kim Chapin
As the top-ranked U.S. tennis player, Dennis Ralston often substituted petulance for performance on the courts. Now, as the newest star of the professional troupe, he shows promise of becoming a...

June 19, 1967 | William Leggett

June 19, 1967 | John Underwood

June 19, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf

June 19, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
Jim McGlothlin of the California Angels has a pleasant face—a Huckleberry Finn face full of freckles and forever creased with a soft smile. That's part of his trouble. People take one look at that...

June 19, 1967
BASKETBALL—The U.S.S.R. won the World Amateur Championship by defeating Yugoslavia 71-59 as the U.S. lost to Brazil 80-71, to finish fourth, on the last day of the tournament in Montevideo, Uruguay.

June 19, 1967
4—Tony Triolo22—illustration by Marc Simont24-26—Sheedy & Long33—Roy DeCarava34—Wil Blanche44—AP, Mike Sirico-NYRA56—Hans Knopf-Pix64-74—Lynn Pelham-Rapho Guillumette77—AP78—R. R. Jackson Jr....

June 19, 1967
Urs Buehler, 22, of Switzerland won the Top Male Pilot Award at the National Intercollegiate Flying Association meet in Carbondale, Ill. with a first place in Power Off Precision Landings, as his...

June 19, 1967
BURNING BRIGHTSirs:Thanks kindly for allowing me to collect on a bet. Intuition told me Al Kaline would grace your cover this season (Those Big Tiger Muscles, June 5).

June 19, 1967
ON ALIYou will find on page 18 Basketball Star Bill Russell's personalized account of the hush-hush meeting in Cleveland between the country's top Negro athletes and Muhammad Ali. We share with...

June 19, 1967
•Sam Mele, to his family after he was fired by the Minnesota Twins: "What are you crying for? All these years you've been saying you'd like to have me home for the summer. Well, that's where I'll...

June 19, 1967 | Robert Cantwell
In the early morning hours of January 25, 1963, half a dozen prominent members of the New York State Conservation Department made their way through deep snow to the top of a high ridge in the...

June 19, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy