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October 26, 1964
SOCCO SOCCERSirs:As a transplanted Limey let me heartily congratulate and thank you for a wonderful article, Six Dreary Days—Then Saturday, on English soccer (SI, Oct. 12).
November 30, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: USC's Mike Garrett, a stumpy 185-pound speedball halfback who hits like a 200-pounder, made UCLA's shifting defenses worthless, ramming through the frustrated Bruins for 180 yards in 28 carries.
July 05, 1965
•Archie Williams, 400-meter champion in the 1936 Olympics, on the NCAAAAU feud: "I think track was better in the old days. When you wanted to compete, all you had to do was ask your mother."
July 05, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
In a month better known for brides and sunstroke, the 1965 football season got underway with an all-star preview of the biggest, fastest and richest crop of rookies to dazzle the professional leagues in years
August 16, 1965 | Dan Jenkins
Cleveland muddled through to victory over the College All-Stars in Chicago, but not before Jet rookie John Huarte—who played only the last third of the game—thrilled the crowd with two touchdown passes