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November 13, 1967 | Volume 27, Issue 20

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 13, 1967

November 13, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (7-1) regained first place in the Eastern Division by beating the Bullets 136-111 on Hal Greer's 27 points and the Warriors 117-110 as Wilt Chamberlain did not take a...

November 13, 1967
Bill Guazzo, captain of the Southern Connecticut State College cycling team, took the lead on the second lap of the Eastern Intercollegiate Cycling Association's 25-mile race in New Haven, Conn....

November 13, 1967
4—Fred Smith24, 25—Lee Balterman26, 27—Russ Halford28, 29—Lee Balterman30—Arthur Shay31—Herb Scharfman32-40—Roy DeCarava61—map by Don Moss64—John F. Jaqua72—top, UPI74—Fred Kaplan-Black...

November 13, 1967
MENACESirs:I would like to add a couple of points not mentioned in Emmett Watson's article on the grizzly incidents in Glacier National Park (Menace in Our Northern Parks, Oct. 30). First, it came...

November 13, 1967

November 13, 1967
•Frank Howard, Clemson athletic director, when approached by rowing enthusiasts for financial aid from the athletic department: "Clemson will never subsidize a sport where a man sits on his tail...

November 13, 1967 | Tex Maule
This is their year, the Colts have been telling themselves. The way fortune shone on them Sunday in Baltimore when they overcame a rough Green Bay defense in the final desperate minutes, it may...

November 13, 1967 | Frank Deford
One of the last of the owners who scuffled through pro basketball's bitter years, Ben Kerner has another winner for St. Louis this season, a team minus a star attraction—unless it's the boss himself

November 13, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
Last spring's mighty hockey champions have tumbled to the league cellar and, despite a week's reprieve among the expansion teams, are in deeper trouble than injuries and ill-conditioned holdouts...

November 13, 1967 | Dan Jenkins

November 13, 1967
The last challenge for mighty Damascus, who has won on every other surface, is the Laurel turf as he meets a seven-nation field in the Washington, D.C. International race.

November 13, 1967 | Gilbert Rogin

November 13, 1967 | Garry Valk
This week we surge into the ski season, with journalistic powder snow flying in several directions. At home the 1967-68 season brings the opening of Snowmass, Colo., a major new contribution to...

November 13, 1967
Skiing in France today is like a trip into the 21st century. In the Olympic winter ahead, visitors to the Grenoble Games will discover a string of superb new playgrounds, many of them never before...

November 13, 1967 | Fred R. Smith
This winter the Olympic torch not only will light up Grenoble, it will illuminate what until now has been a fairly well-kept secret: France has Europe's best skiing. The Americans who have...

November 13, 1967 | Fred R. Smith
Michèle Rosier, who designs and manufactures under her own name and also for V de V in France and White Stag in the U.S., created all the ski wear shown on the cover and the preceding color pages....

November 13, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
That is Middle Guard Granville Liggins' colorful description of what he and his Sooner teammates did to Colorado, winning 23-0 and looking more than ever like one of Bud Wilkinson's famed teams of...

November 13, 1967 | Mervin Hyman

November 13, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Houston Fullback Paul Gipson, taking up the slack when Georgia stopped Warren McVea, carried 29 times for 229 yards, scored on a 25-yard run and made a two-point conversion that won for...

November 13, 1967
Ten years ago, when Penn State put on a performance of Guys and Dolls, All-America Linebacker Sam Valentine was chosen to play the role of Big Julie. But this year the Thespians have had to settle...

November 13, 1967 | Edwin Shrake
Oakland got Daryle Lamonica from the Bills, the offense got going, and Raider fans had even more to cheer than the 'Eleven Angry Men'

November 13, 1967 | Alfred Wright
The only important statistic is still the score, but a computerized look at some major tournaments produces revealing results

November 13, 1967 | Jack Olsen

November 13, 1967 | Eugenia Bedell
Chartering a yacht for a Caribbean cruise is less complicated than many people think. You can, in fact, keep it quite simple by dealing with just one charter agent and by not confusing things, as...

November 13, 1967 | Frank Graham Jr.
Slip Madigan was as much a showman as football coach, and he brought fame to an obscure college by staging a great act with a colorful and competent team—until the money ran out