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July 10, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 2

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Karl Mildenberger Cover - Sports Illustrated July 10, 1967

July 10, 1967 | Joe Jares

July 10, 1967 | Tex Maule

July 10, 1967 | Kim Chapin
For unlimited hydro racing it was a remarkably uneventful event. Nobody got killed and the boats, most of them powered by aircraft engines, flew so low that Bill Sterett (above) won with his Chryslers

July 10, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Early last week the weather was terrible and the boat was 2½ tons of trouble. Then, on Friday, skies cleared over Lake Guntersville—home of the most frightened fish in Alabama—and Lee Taylor Jr....

July 10, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
But what a clod was France's bouncy Catherine Lacoste, who stunned the LPGA stars by flying in from Paris and waltzing off with their biggest prize, the U.S. Women's Open, which no amateur had...

July 10, 1967 | Coles Phinizy
"Columbia," America's Cup heroine of 1958, is a vivacious contender once again, thanks to Patrick Dougan (right)

July 10, 1967
It's better to scramble than lose, says Fran Tarkenton, New York's unorthodox pro quarterback, as he begins the story of his career with an analysis of football's new mobility.

July 10, 1967
Round as circus tents or shaped like amoebas, America's newest palaces of sport boast symmetrical baseball fields, mighty candlepower and cantilevered upper decks that remove the need for...

July 10, 1967 | Virginia Kraft
The day that women discovered the rewards of big-game fishing, the rout of man was on. With frightening dedication they have taken over the record book—hook, line and charter captain

July 10, 1967 | Garry Valk
Senior Editor Roger S. Hewlett does not always stride through the office with a rolling gait, but still he does have a wind-etched face and a kind of splendid, rumpled, salty look about him, and...

July 10, 1967 | Mike Riley
The Vesper Boat Club crew got off to a torrid start in the Pan American Games rowing trials at New York's Orchard Beach. But Harvard, undefeated this year, caught up at the halfway point and went...

July 10, 1967 | Alfred Wright
Bill Casper wins the $200,000 Canadian Open with superb putting on an eccentric course

July 10, 1967 | Mark Kram
When he defeated Sugar Ramos, Carlos Ortiz looked young and fit

July 10, 1967 | Ted O'Leary
Some of the poolroom proprietors on hand last week in St. Louis to watch the U.S. Open pocket billiards championship confided that whenever Jackie Gleason's movie The Hustler appears on local...

July 10, 1967 | Dan Jenkins

July 10, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf

July 10, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
It is understandable that when Bill Rigney, the manager of the California Angels, speaks of Relief Pitcher Minnie Rojas he does so in superlatives. Rigney claims that Rojas "has been just about...

July 10, 1967
BOATING—BILL STERETT of Owensboro, Ky. drove his 29-foot hemi-powered boat, Miss Chrysler Crew, to victory in the World's Championship Race for unlimited hydroplanes on the Detroit River (page 22).

July 10, 1967
Cover—Herb Scharfman-LIFE; bottom, Neil Leifer, Eric Schweikardt, Pierre Boulat-LIFE, James Drake4—John Hanlon14—Herb Scharfman15, 17—Art Shay18—Neil Leifer20—left, UPI21—Walter Iooss Jr., Art...

July 10, 1967
Larry Hinson of East Tennessee State, who averaged 71.3 for 20 rounds of golf in regular-season play, beat Johnny Barlow of Lamar Tech by three strokes for the NCAA College Division Championship...

July 10, 1967
OPEN CONTENTIONSirs:Never before have I read an article in your magazine as prejudiced as Alfred Wright's article on Jack Nicklaus' U.S. Open victory (Jack Delivers the Crusher, June 26). I am one...

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July 10, 1967
•Casey Stengel, on his days as an outfielder: "I was such a dangerous hitter I even got intentional walks in batting practice."