SI Vault
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

October 02, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 14

Previous Previous
John McKay Cover - Sports Illustrated October 02, 1967

October 02, 1967
DANGEROUS GAME

October 02, 1967
•Jack Nicklaus, leading money-winning golfer, who hasn't had a haircut since July: "Biggest waste of time in the world is getting a haircut or stopping for gas."

October 02, 1967 | Tex Maule
Despite a sore elbow that pains him constantly, Johnny Unitas was throwing and, when he had to, running the ball with his old aplomb as he led the Colts to their second impressive win of the young...

October 02, 1967 | William Leggett

October 02, 1967 | John Underwood

October 02, 1967 | John Underwood
USC used the cover play, 93-T-Swing, three times against Texas, once with spectacular results. The Trojans were behind 0-7 in the second quarter and had a second and 10 on the Texas 35 when the...

October 02, 1967
The psychedelic drama of baseball, as the extraordinary pennant race finally ends and the Series begins, is portrayed in a colorful photo essay by John G. Zimmerman.

October 02, 1967 | Garry Valk
Writer Myron Cope isn't really a Pink. He just pretended to be one for two days last May during the Memphis Open, because he wanted to find out how the Pinkertons police a sports event and because...

October 02, 1967
The color and excitement of driven shoots for red-leg partridge, once reserved exclusively for the Spanish gentry, are now open to foreign guns willing to pay $250 or more a day for exceptional...

October 02, 1967 | Eugene L. Scott

October 02, 1967 | Dan Jenkins
Nobody thought the University of Houston was for real, and the result was strictly unreal at East Lansing last Saturday when the Cougars came north with their Warren McVea to dumfound poor Michigan

October 02, 1967 | Mervin Hyman

October 02, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Houston's Warren McVea, tantalizing Michigan State with his body fakes and speed, ran 50 yards for a touchdown, got away on two other long runs and gained 155 yards to demoralize the...

October 02, 1967
Johnny Bower, goaltender for the Toronto Maple Leafs, took his wife's convertible to training camp in Peterborough, N.H. Mrs. Bower wanted the white car painted black, and Bower was checking...

October 02, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
When it's time for the Little Brown Jug, Ohioans know that the thing to do is hustle the strangers and beat their horses, as Jim Hackett did

October 02, 1967 | Bob Ottum
By winning in Canada two unlikely New Zealanders named Bruce McLaren and Denis Hulme, racing sports cars built by McLaren and powered with Chevy hot-rod engines, continued their runaway in the...

October 02, 1967 | Myron Cope

October 02, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
AMERICAN LEAGUE

October 02, 1967 | Herman Weiskopf
Injuries and illnesses have always been a part of baseball, but this year the number of casualties has not been as unusual as the types of misfortunes that have occurred. It was a season that...

October 02, 1967
BOXING—Unbeaten Heavyweight BUSTER MATHIS boosted his victory streak to 21 when he knocked out Ron Marsh, former University of Kansas football guard, in the fourth round of a scheduled 10-rounder...

October 02, 1967
18, 19—Herb Scharfman20—Lee Balterman22-31—Sheedy & Long46-48—Hans Knopf-Pix55—Arthur Shay62—Bodie McDowell, P.I.P.64, 69—Wil Blanche70-73—Eric Schweikardt74-84—Bruce Roberts-Rapho...

October 02, 1967
Scott Emery, a 10-year-old golfer from Sturgis. S. Dak., became the state junior champion in the 11-and-under division, then two weeks later followed with the Jaycee junior novice title in Rapid...

October 02, 1967
RATING AND RANTINGSirs:In what bar did Tex Maule and Edwin Shrake rate the teams in the NFL and AFL (Pro Football 1967, Sept. 18)? In the first place, they rate teams with zeros. How can a team be...

October 02, 1967 | Gerald Holland