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August 29, 1966
The zany pirates are aiming at the pennant. If they win it, reports Jack Mann, nobody will be sure if it was because of or in spite of their controversial manager, Harry Walker.
June 21, 1965
Golf's toughest tournament, the U.S. Open, is played in St. Louis over the longest course in its history. Alfred Wright tells how it was won, and how the losers struggled.
September 19, 1966
Superbill vs. USC. That's one way to describe the week's top college game: Texas and Bill Bradley against Southern California. Dan Jenkins writes on the pressures and the game.
April 11, 1966
Baseball 1966 gets under way and we salute it with our annual baseball issue, complete with 15 pages of photographs in full color and an analysis of each of the 20 major league clubs. William Leggett, who likes the...
May 30, 1966
Orbiting light years higher in the standings than they really should be, Houston's Astros are the surprise of the baseball season. Jack Mann reports on team, city and scoreboard.