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November 09, 1964
How about cassius? Can he do it again? Gilbert Rogin covers the training camps, reports on a big change in the champion and on Liston's chances of winning this time.
September 28, 1964
The Olympic Games are the principal concern of our Oct. 5 issue. John Underwood assesses U.S. chances, charts all the events (and picks the winners). Gilbert Rogin, just back from New Zealand, discloses some...
August 17, 1964
The wild scramble for the American League pennant—the most exciting race in years—is shown in action photographs of the contending Orioles, White Sox and Yankees.
April 13, 1964
The masters gets another champion, and Alfred Wright reports on how the spring season's biggest golf tournament was won—and lost—with color photographs of the action.
February 17, 1964 | Sidney L. James
We have always felt that, along with the authoritative reporting of events, past and future, an essential purpose of a weekly sports journal was the presentation of sensitive, accurate, purposeful prose. Ten years...