SI Vault
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

August 21, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 8

Previous Previous
Carl Yastrzemski Cover - Sports Illustrated August 21, 1967

August 21, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy

August 21, 1967 | Mike Riley
The top favorites to win Canada's first North American Rowing Championships were the eight-oared shells from Harvard and Germany's Ratzeburg rowing club. Would you believe New Zealand and Australia?

August 21, 1967 | Harold Peterson
A private company startled promoters and competitors with a brand-new high-banked track, making the National Bicycle Championships the most pleasant on record. Especially for Steve Maaranen

August 21, 1967 | John Underwood

August 21, 1967
A 1967 cup defender will be picked within the next two weeks. Yachtsman Carleton Mitchell will be on hand to report the progress of the trials—and perhaps the final results.

August 21, 1967
For Steve McReynolds, 13, and Mike McGuff, 12, there were no pestering kid sisters, no pontifical big brothers and no mothers to scold them about wet clothes or fuss over scratched legs and...

August 21, 1967 | Angelo Dundee

August 21, 1967 | Angelo Dundee
Ali blurts his Viet Cong quote, fights his toughest opponent, Mildenberger, and mops up the remaining heavyweights.

August 21, 1967 | Garry Valk
A few weeks after John Underwood had finished his story about fishing with Ted Williams (page 60), he went back with Jack Brothers, the guide, to the same spot. "It was Ted's feeling for fishing...

August 21, 1967
Bill Blass, the man responsible for the sports clothes worn here by Southampton resorters on a Long Island weekend, has long been known as one of America's best designers of women's clothes. But...

August 21, 1967
President de Gaulle has had his ministers pretty thoroughly stirred up of late. His prime minister, Georges Pompidou, was summoned from a vacation in Brittany to attend the recent conference at...

August 21, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Yale man Don Schollander (left) has mellowed, but not so much that he can't respond to the challenge of brilliant newcomer Mark Spitz

August 21, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus
The predicament illustrated here is not uncommon. You are about 100 yards from the green but a low-hanging tree branch some 10 to 20 yards in front of you is keeping you from hitting a normal...

August 21, 1967 | Charles Goren
That is the position the experts were in when some highly artificial bidding led to confusion at the top in an international championship

August 21, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
The U.S. had never produced a top water polo team. Then Art Lambert put the two best together, split them apart and had a pair of champions

August 21, 1967 | John Underwood

August 21, 1967 | Curry Kirkpatrick
AMERICAN LEAGUE

August 21, 1967 | Curry Kirkpatrick
There is no truth to the rumor that Bob Allison, who plays left field for the Minnesota Twins, is in any way related to Calvin Griffith, who owns the Twins. The story that Allison is "a social...

August 21, 1967
Duncan Scott, 14, a swimmer for the Desert Rats Swim Club in Mesa, Ariz., entered the Junior Olympics meet in nearby Phoenix and cracked three national age-group marks: the 100-meter butterfly,...

August 21, 1967
4—Charles Trainor13, 16—Sheedy & Long14, 15—Fred Kaplan-Black Star18, 19—Eric Schweikardt21—Jim Vincent22—Neil Leifer23, 24, 27—James Drake30-35—Shel Hershorn-Black Star36—Miami Herald38—Mark...

August 21, 1967
BOATING—The French schooner Pen Duick III, sailed by Eric Tabarly, became the overall winner of the 605-mile Fastnet Yacht Race—the last in a series of four races for the Admiral's Cup—with a...

August 21, 1967
MR. GIANTSirs:After reading the article on Willie Mays (Say Hey No More, Aug. 7), I feel sorry for the little boys who live in Mark Mulvoy's neighborhood. I'm sure he takes delight in gathering up...

August 21, 1967
ARCHIE'S ABCs

August 21, 1967
•Warren Woodson, New Mexico State coach, commenting on a new 300-pound lineman: "He's 6-4 and we had to have a special jersey made for him because of his 22-inch biceps. He was too big for the...