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Julius Boros Cover - Sports Illustrated March 25, 1968

March 25, 1968

March 25, 1968
•Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame football coach, when asked by a golfer what his handicap is: "I'm half Armenian."

March 25, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
As the World Cup tour came to Aspen, Billy Kidd defeated that French guy and Canada's Nancy Greene swept the girls off the slope during the best weekend in memory for North American skiing

March 25, 1968 | Joe Jares

March 25, 1968
Really No. 1 is the basketball team that wins the NCAA tournament in Los Angeles. Joe Jares, Curry Kirkpatrick and a group of photographers describe how the winner did it.

March 25, 1968 | Pete Axthelm

March 25, 1968
Ten years ago last week Maurice Stokes was an All-Star pro basketball player, leading his Cincinnati team in assists and rebounds and one of the top scorers in the NBA. Then, several days after a...

March 25, 1968 | Garry Valk
In Boston last fall during the World Series the most popular souvenir was an outsize plastic button bearing in red the legend: YAZ, SIR, THAT'S MY BABY. It was, of course, a salute to Carl...

March 25, 1968 | John Underwood
At 48, Julius Boros just keeps rolling along, winning tournaments and picking up big money with a relaxed, unflappable style that provides a happy contrast to most of the touring pros. On page 46...

March 25, 1968 | Julius Boros
Play a round of golf with me and I hope you will relax and enjoy yourself. That's what I plan to do. People worry so much about their games. You can see them out there on any weekend, fidgeting...

March 25, 1968 | Carl Yastrzemski

March 25, 1968
Hungarian Premier János Káadár and the U.S.S.R.'s Leonid Brezhnev and Nikolai Podgorny tucked in (below) at a luncheon party which Káadár no doubt put on the Communist equivalent of the old...

March 25, 1968 | Whitney Tower
A barnful of 3-year-olds developing with a rush stirs the hopes of Californians that they have now seen another Churchill Downs winner

March 25, 1968 | Gary Ronberg
Hockey's Blues have risen from last place to hot contention with a new coach who had faith in a star-to-be

March 25, 1968 | Jeannette Bruce
'Why waste winters up North,' say the founders of Sailing Symposiums, Inc., 'when you could be in the Bahamas learning how to win races?'

March 25, 1968 | Robert Cantwell

March 25, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (60-19) won its third Eastern Division title in a row with a 119108 rout of the Knicks. The 76ers lost to the Knicks later in the week but gained two victories over...

March 25, 1968
4—jacket design by Mel Williamson, photo by Fred Kaplan-Black Star26—Lee Balterman28—Sheedy & Long, Rich Clarkson29—Eric Schweikardt31, 32—Arthur Shay41—Sheedy & Long42—Lynn Pelham-Rapho...

March 25, 1968
John Price, 11, a 4'8" swimmer from Harrisburg, Pa., scored 10 consecutive triple victories in dual meets during the indoor season to set an Eastern Pennsylvania YMCA regional record. John's wins...

March 25, 1968 | Mervin Hyman

March 25, 1968
TIMID AND TERRIFIEDSirs:William Johnson's article (The Timid Generation. March 11) certainly speaks to the college generation of today. Externally we are timid and reserved. Yet underneath this...

March 25, 1968 | Dolly Connelly
If you believe that the ominous, skintight "leathers" worn by motorcyclists are an affectation, listen to Ross Langlitz of Portland, Ore., the world's top custom tailor of sleek jackets and...

March 25, 1968 | Charles Layng
Alligators are alligators and crocodiles are crocodiles and mostly the two don't meet. But today the sponge fishermen of Florida still recall a bloody battle fought in the Keys 70 years ago