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September 11, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 11

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Kirby Moore Cover - Sports Illustrated September 11, 1967

September 11, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUE

September 11, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
"I'm just swingin' the bat and lettin' wood meet horsehide." That is the way Jim Wynn of the Houston Astros explains the long-ball-hitting prowess that has made him the No. 2 RBI producer in the...

September 11, 1967
BOATING—Denmark's defending champion PAUL ELVSTROM skippered Scandale to the World Star Class championship in Skovshoved, Denmark, beating three-time titlist Lowell North of San Diego.

September 11, 1967
Cover—James Drake (2), Walter Iooss Jr., courtesy University of Miami4—Arnold Roth20, 21, 24—Herb Scharfman22, 23, 25—Tony Triolo26, 27—Lee Balterman35—Walter Iooss Jr.36, 37—Kirby Moore-Miami...

September 11, 1967
Patrice Maloney, 12, a swimmer from Larchmont, N.Y., won nine gold medals, set two individual meet marks, anchored three record-breaking relay teams and was awarded two high-point trophies at...

September 11, 1967
THE BRATSirs:Revolting! That's the only word that describes the article written by Eddie Stanky with William Leggett (Better from the Neck Up, Aug. 28). Eddie Stanky doesn't deserve to win the...

September 11, 1967
CAESAR'S WIFE SITUATION

September 11, 1967
•Fresco Thompson, Los Angeles Dodger vice-president, discussing the team's offense: "We don't have a guy who can hit a sacrifice fly far enough to score Jesse Owens from third base."

September 11, 1967
Like worms in a bait can, four American League teams squirmed and twisted at the top of the standings as the best pennant race in years writhed into September. Home runs that would have been...

September 11, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
Twice before Texan K. D. Owen had journeyed to Du Quoin with favorites for The Hambletonian, only to return home empty-handed. This time he tried a new tack and came away with trotting's top prize

September 11, 1967 | Dan Jenkins

September 11, 1967
THE NEW PRO SEASON: The AFL is underway, the NFL begins next Sunday and the two football leagues are not what they were. Sliced into four divisions, the NFL could come up with a new champion (but...

September 11, 1967
In a blend of pageantry and color which rivals that of any sport, the big teams of college football are setting out on their championship chase once more. The scene at right is one that opponents...

September 11, 1967 | Garry Valk
As Dan Jenkins' history of football polls that begins on page 28 so clearly points out, trying to rate college teams—either before, during or after a season—can be about as rewarding as wrestling...

September 11, 1967
Some glittering prospects by the Golden Dome

September 11, 1967
Enough to make the Crimson Tide see red

September 11, 1967
Even Jolly Cholly may have to start smiling now

September 11, 1967
It would be nice to please the new neighbor

September 11, 1967
As The Snake can testify: beware the wrath of The Bear

September 11, 1967
This year the cry is more like, "Hurt, Bubba. Hurt!"

September 11, 1967
A quarterback has the whole town Dewey-eyed

September 11, 1967
Poor John may get rich with his javelin duckers

September 11, 1967
Hog-callers always have something to shout about

September 11, 1967
It's Gary, Gary and still more Gary

September 11, 1967
They don't need Buffalo Bill, but Buffalo Bob may be helpful

September 11, 1967
The perfume of roses turned out to be heady stuff

September 11, 1967
Alabama bowled them over, and the road back is a long one

September 11, 1967
If they charge to the right, everything goes right

September 11, 1967
Ten years after the Death March, the Huskies attack again

September 11, 1967
When Bill Yeoman rings, smart guys hang up quick

September 11, 1967
For the Buckeyes, next year could be now

September 11, 1967
Eastern horses will make the Cowboys rough riders in the West

September 11, 1967
The 1966 season was not bad, but now the fat is in the fire

September 11, 1967
Upon the passing of Paul, he answered the call

September 11, 1967

September 11, 1967
TENNESSEE STATE

September 11, 1967
Here are five sparkling sophomores, and the 90 college players that the pros rank as the best

September 11, 1967
Lance Alworth, flanker for the San Diego Chargers, has just been elected to represent America's sportsmen on this year's list of best-dressed men, but from his own description of his wardrobe it...

September 11, 1967 | Ray Robertson

September 11, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus
Most golfers become uneasy when they are confronted with a shot from pine needles. They usually attempt to pick the ball off cleanly, and frequently this results in hitting the ball too thin and...

September 11, 1967 | Curry Kirkpatrick
They dominate women's softball, and neither rain nor all the other 18 teams in the tournament could prevent the champions from winning

September 11, 1967 | Alfred Wright
After a rugged battle, Robert Dickson becomes the first man since 1935 to win the U.S. and British Amateur championships in the same year

September 11, 1967 | Charles Goren
If you look at the list of U.S. Life Masters you will find it liberally sprinkled with players titled "Dr." However, the chances are that if you should feel ill at a tournament, the doctor you...

September 11, 1967 | Robert Cantwell

September 11, 1967 | Robert Cantwell
A reader of Sir Francis Chichester's Along the Clipper Way (Coward McCann, $5.95) is likely to find one of two things has happened to him. He will want to know more about the remarkable sailors...

September 11, 1967 | E. F. Haylock
A long-lost logbook from the schooner yacht 'Cambria' tells of Great Britain's original attempt to reclaim the Hundred Guineas Cup carried off to the new world by sailors from across the sea