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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.
February 05, 1968
THREE BIG MENSirs:Elvin Hayes stated that he hoped Lew Alcindor would play because he did not want UCLA to have any excuses. Well, Alcindor and UCLA offered no excuses (A Dandy in the Dome, Jan. 29). But when an...
January 29, 1968 | Garry Valk
It was only a question of time, once Judge Roy Hofheinz opened his Houston pleasure dome, before basketball would be the attraction and the place would be packed. Now (page 16) we know how many people—even in the...
January 22, 1968
NORTHWEST BY SOUTHEASTSirs:Your January 8 issue was a fine one. A longtime reader of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, I have often disagreed with and even been enraged by some of your opinions and found many articles on what I...
July 18, 1966 | Garry Valk
Surfers speak a language all their own, as you will see in the cover story on page 30. Phil Edwards, the world's best at both surfing and speaking about it, promised Associate Editor Bob Ottum, "One ride and you'll...