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November 06, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 19

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Dan Reeves Cover - Sports Illustrated November 06, 1967

November 06, 1967

November 06, 1967
•Woody Hayes, Ohio State football coach, after his punter was hit hard in a game but no penalty was called: "I guess they only consider it roughing when one guy grabs the punter's leg, then...

November 06, 1967 | Mark Kram

November 06, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
Dartmouth's field-goal kicker thought he had lost the game when he missed with a minute to play, but a penalty gave him another chance and Harvard was defeated in a wild battle of Ivy League unbeatens

November 06, 1967 | Jim Clark
So writes an incomparable Grand Prix driver of his first go at U.S. stock car racing in Sunday's rich Rockingham, N.C. 500, in which Ford's Bobby Allison ended Chrysler's winning streak

November 06, 1967 | Tex Maule

November 06, 1967
The way-out scene of French skiing dominates this Olympic winter. Jack Olsen annotates the siege of Grenoble as the Games near, and Ernst Haas shows it in color.

November 06, 1967 | Pete Axthelm

November 06, 1967 | Hector (Toe) Blake

November 06, 1967 | Garry Valk
If the expansion of major league ice hockey west and south is to produce the next big national pro sport, as we hope and believe it will, nothing will contribute more than good, contentious,...

November 06, 1967 | Dan Jenkins
Darrell Royal long believed that nothing good could happen if you threw a football, but nothing good was happening anyway, so Texas surprised Rice with a passing game and came up with a convincing...

November 06, 1967 | Mervin Hyman

November 06, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Texas at El Paso Quarterback Brooks Dawson, in for ailing Billy Stevens, completed only nine passes against New Mexico, but they were good for 376 yards and six touchdowns and he ran for...

November 06, 1967
For a while there in the Forest of Marly it seemed that the day's bag was going to include several I gendarmes and a few assorted bystanders. Pakistan's President Ayub Khan (below), invited by the...

November 06, 1967 | Virginia Kraft

November 06, 1967 | Whitney Tower
America's Horse of the Year has done everything but mow the lawn. He may do exactly that in next week's International on the grass at Laurel

November 06, 1967 | Alice Higgins
The American Royal in Kansas City is, dependably, one of the country's fine horse shows, and this was one of its vintage years. Still, the star was not one of the horses in competition, but one...

November 06, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus
A pulled iron shot is a nuisance, in part because when you pull one you tend to repeat the mistake, much as you do when you start shanking. The pull, of course, does not look too bad; it does not...

November 06, 1967 | Charles Goren
If anybody were to ask me to name the most undesirable feature of the unusual no trump, I would have to say that it is not unusual enough. Like the weak two-bid, it is optional equipment in the...

November 06, 1967 | Mark Kram

November 06, 1967
BASEBALL—The YOMIURI GIANTS of Tokyo won Japan's World Series for the ninth time, defeating the Hankyu Braves four games to two.

November 06, 1967
Peter Green, 26, the Michigan State 1967 amateur golf champion, finished in a tie for first place with last year's Middle Atlantic winner, Bill Hyndman III of Philadelphia, then took the title...

November 06, 1967
23—Herb Scharfman25—Bob Peterson26, 27—Eric Schweikardt28, 29—Arthur Shay34—John F. Jaqua, Tony Triolo36, 38—Tony Triolo46—Don Uhrbrock54—left, France Soir-Scoop76-92—Sheedy & Long

November 06, 1967
HEAD STARTSirs:Thanks to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and Tom Brody for the concise and accurate preview of the first American Basketball Association season (The ABA: Playing the Game Called Survival, Oct....

November 06, 1967 | Jeannette Bruce
Few who saw it are likely to forget a picture published in LIFE magazine some years ago of a howler monkey clinging in terror to the end of a half-submerged log in a South American forest almost...

November 06, 1967 | John H. Walker
This golfer's problems were not as bad as those faced by world-girdler Phileas Fogg, but it wasn't easy to travel to three countries to play Three Courses in One Day