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December 05, 1966
The toughest punch in hockey is George (Punch) Imlach, coach of the Maple Leafs. Pete Axthelm tells how he turns unpopularity into grudging respect and respect into victory.
January 30, 1967
SCREAMS AND SIGHSSirs:From Bart Starr to Marilyn Tindall in one short week is perhaps the most welcome cover change SI has ever made "New Swim-suits in the New Arizona," Jan. 16). Our eyes were just recovering from...
March 06, 1967 | Garry Valk
Equipped with an 11-pound portable typewriter, two drip-dry shirts, a pair of black Edwardian boots and a blue Doctor Zhivago hat that he purchased near Times Square for $2.67, Associate Editor Frank Deford embarked...
March 13, 1967
Chicago's first title in National League hockey is imminent. As the Black Hawks race closer, Pete Axthelm observes them and illuminates the humans behind the headlines.
March 20, 1967
The last four teams in the NCAA basketball championships move on to play the final round in Louisville. Reports from the regional title games and Frank Deford's selections.