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February 10, 1969 | Volume 30, Issue 6

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Bud Ogden Cover - Sports Illustrated February 10, 1969

February 10, 1969 | Robert F. Jones
Surviving fire, crack-ups and other calamities of the year's first big endurance race, an American Lola-Chevy team won an astonishing victory over the favored Porsches and Fords. Woke up the old...

February 10, 1969 | Pat Ryan
Pro golf, having survived its civil war, is still faced with many problems that its new tour commissioner, Joe Dey, must solve. Questioned about some of the more pressing ones last week, Dey...

February 10, 1969 | Bob Ottum
The World Cup race was going well for little Miss Famose until the day she started down Austria's Kandahar course—and took the tumble that turned the women's competition upside down

February 10, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.

February 10, 1969 | Joe Jares

February 10, 1969
"God did not bless New England with mountains," says Sepp Ruschp of Stowe, Vt. What God did not provide, Yankee ingenuity is substituting—like the world's largest snow-making machine, shown here...

February 10, 1969 | Bill Forbis

February 10, 1969
The young lions of pro golf, players such as Bob Lunn, Bob Murphy and Dave Stockton, are making inroads on the fame of the established stars. Dan Jenkins studies the trend.

February 10, 1969 | Pat Ryan
Amateur JoAnne Carner may be the world's best woman golfer, as she demonstrated when she beat the pros in the $35,000 Burdine's Invitational

February 10, 1969 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Pfftt! went the winning streak and blam! went the big national rating as New Mexico State ran afoul of the unsympathetic upstate Lobos

February 10, 1969 | Charles Goren
Following their fine performance in last June's World Bridge Olympiad (SI, Aug. 5), the Australians won the Far Eastern Bridge Championship played in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last month. In spite of...

February 10, 1969 | Garry Valk
As the airplane droned through the sky between Corvallis, Ore. and Oakland, Calif., Staff Writer Roy Blount Jr. was not getting much work done. Sitting beside him in the plane was Dick Fosbury,...

February 10, 1969 | Ezra Bowen

February 10, 1969
BASKETBALL—NBA: The Eastern Division standings were unchanged. BALTIMORE (37-15) split four games to remain on top. PHILADELPHIA (35-17) and BOSTON (34-19) were 2-3 and 3-2, respectively, but...

February 10, 1969
6—Tony Triolo21—Eric Schweikardt22—AFP-Pictorial23—AP24, 25—Herb Scharfman26—Sheedy & Long30—32—Sheedy & Long53—Lynn Pelham-Rapho Guillumette54—Rich Clarkson71—Ken Yimm-Palo Alto Times,...

February 10, 1969
Tim Chapman, a 6'5" junior at Sunnyvale (Calif.) High School, scored 14 of his team's 20 points in five overtimes as Sunnyvale finally beat Cupertino 68-66. Tim got two points in each of the first...

February 10, 1969 | Herman Weiskopf

February 10, 1969
THE NUKES (CONT.)Sirs:As Mr. Boyle has pointed out (The Nukes Are in Hot Water, Jan. 20), the thermal discharge from nuclear power plants is, at present, a major problem. However, with all the...

February 10, 1969