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July 03, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 1

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Roberto Clemente Cover - Sports Illustrated July 03, 1967

July 03, 1967 | Pete Axthelm

July 03, 1967 | William Leggett

July 03, 1967
The 30-minute charge to the jury seemed cold and deadly precise despite the soft, patriarchal manner of the judge and the soothing light of the 100-seat courtroom in Houston. His hair was thin and...

July 03, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus

July 03, 1967 | Frank Deford
As far as his countrymen are concerned, Manuel Santana is tennis itself, a one-man Davis Cup team whose victories have thrilled the nation

July 03, 1967
A revamped "Columbia" and Owner Pat Dougan come from California to test the eastern 12-meters in the America's Cup trials. Coles Phinizy reports on the man and the boat.

July 03, 1967 | Pat Ryan

July 03, 1967 | Jocko Conlan

July 03, 1967 | Garry Valk
Walter Iooss (suspend disbelief and pronounce that Yoce), the handsome devil depicted below, has been a photographer for SI since he was 16. He is now 23 going on 24, which makes him the oldest...

July 03, 1967
Baseball players' families are always complaining that their guy is out of town at the crucial moment—when the baby is born, when the air conditioner breaks down, when the grass finally has to be...

July 03, 1967 | Charles Goren
Not long ago there were reports out of Peking that Teng Hsiao-ping, the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, had been purged from his office because of his addiction to bridge. He was...

July 03, 1967 | Bud Collins
That's the U.S. Davis Cup team, a bunch of goodwill ambassadors who would rather quit than fight

July 03, 1967 | Tom C. Brody
U.S. coaches flock to the novel showoff camps developed by Canadian pros, who believe that what goes south will surely someday return

July 03, 1967 | Alice Higgins

July 03, 1967
UNNECESSARY ROUGHNESS

July 03, 1967
•Charlie Greene, University of Nebraska track star, asked why he wore his dark glasses, even while running at night: "Man, they're not shades. They're my re-entry shields."

July 03, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUE

July 03, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
Last week was one big fight night in the major leagues. Henry Aaron and Rico Carty of the Braves traded punches during a plane trip to L.A. "He called me a dirty name," said Aaron, who took a...

July 03, 1967
BASKETBALL—INDIANA beat Kentucky 78-76 in Louisville to split the two-game series for the high school All-Star championship (SI, June 26).

July 03, 1967
4—Tony Triolo10-12—Sheedy & Long14—Neil Leifer, Walter Iooss Jr.15—UPI, Eric Schweikardt16—UPI (4), Roy DeCarava17—Herb Scharfman20—Ken Regan-TIME21—Walter Iooss Jr.22—drawings by Francis...

July 03, 1967
Barry Blum, 13, Pennsylvania's three-time state marbles titlist, became the U.S. champion, in Wild-wood, N.J., with an 86-26 won-loss record. Said Barry: "I put marbles first, rather than girls,"...

July 03, 1967
Sirs:Congratulations on Bill Russell's description of the recent summit meeting between Negro athletes and Muhammad Ali ("," June 19). It is unfortunate that you did not allow Russell's piece to...