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October 30, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 18

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 30, 1967

October 30, 1967 | John Underwood

October 30, 1967 | Frank Deford
The chant that followed Earl Monroe through a lively college career is taken up by Baltimore basketball fans as the rookie shooter and showman quickly moves into a starring role with the Bullets

October 30, 1967 | Bob Ottum

October 30, 1967 | Edwin Shrake
Whisperers had it that Green Bay was dead and Bart Starr was out, but on Sunday the Giants learned the hard truth

October 30, 1967
You think the America's Cup is all washed up? Because the races off Newport last summer were a bit one-sided? Nonsense! As Commodore Percy Chubb II, at right between two of the challengers, is...

October 30, 1967
The hockey expansion into six U.S. cities is examined by Pete Axthelm, who looks at prospects and problems as Montreal Coach Toe Blake tells how to enjoy the game.

October 30, 1967 | Myron Cope

October 30, 1967 | Garry Valk
Emmett Watson, whose article on the grizzly bears of Glacier National Park begins on page 62 of this issue, is a soft-spoken individual with a manner at once reflective and attentive who suggests...

October 30, 1967 | William Johnson
With a gush of purple blazers, purple speeches, purple pride and purple prose, Kansas State's Vince Gibson has projected a new image for his team—one that may even survive the Wildcats' 46-7 loss...

October 30, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

October 30, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: USC Tailback O. J. Simpson, the country's leading runner, took advantage of his tremendous speed as he ran 30 times for 235 yards and accounted for all three touchdowns in the Trojans'...

October 30, 1967
It was winners weepers for the Cards' Bob Gibson (below) by the end of the week after the Series. Gibson came home to Omaha to be named honorary governor by Governor Norbert Tiemann and honorary...

October 30, 1967 | Kim Chapin
The most glamorous title in auto racing was conferred upon a balding New Zealander, Denis Hulme, who wondered what the fuss was all about

October 30, 1967 | Alfred Wright
Ryder Cup play was predictably unexciting, but the U.S. captain and his star got things moving

October 30, 1967 | Charles Goren
At a small team event in his home town of Dallas, one of the most famous figures in bridge, Oswald Jacoby, recently achieved a goal that no one has before—he won his 10,000th master point. This is...

October 30, 1967 | Emmett Watson

October 30, 1967
PRO AND CON

October 30, 1967
•Al Bianchi, coach of the Seattle Super-Sonics basketball team, describing his young NBA club: "This team is so aggressive we might foul out in warmups."

October 30, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: In the strong Eastern Division BALTIMORE outscored New York 121-98 as flashy rookie Earl Monroe (page 18) tossed in 22 points. The Bullets then lost to BOSTON 125-109 when Sam...

October 30, 1967
4—Tom Brownell16, 17—diagrams by Don Moss18—John lacono24, 25—Herb Scharfman34-38—Sheedy & Long44—Lee Balterman50—AP, N.Y. Daily News53—Eric Schweikardt56—Don Uhrbrock77—Terry Casey-Coshocton...

October 30, 1967
Tim McLane, a 220-pound halfback for Coshocton (Ohio) High School, accounted for 44 points in his team's 56-36 win over Ashland on six TDs and four two-point conversions. In six games McLane has...

October 30, 1967
BROKEN FIELDSirs:The first two paragraphs of Dan Jenkins' article on Warren McVea and other Negro backs (You've Got to Have Some "O," Oct. 16) suggest to me that some colleges might operate under...

October 30, 1967 | John F. Murphy
Whomp! A hunter drops a deer with a clean shot out in the woods, about three miles from nowhere. Then what? It is a moment of triumph, but until he has gone through the traditional round of...

October 30, 1967 | Virginia Kraft
By taming much of his state, Florida's Senator Doyle Carlton has made it a teeming paradise of wildlife