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November 09, 1964
MEMORIESSirs:As an indiscriminate and bug-eyed spoils fan, I had the privilege of attending my first Olympic Games as a spectator in Tokyo. Having since devoured the last two issues of SI and carried your predictions...
December 07, 1964
Lawrence Peter Berra is short and squat. So, too, is the boy who stole his Thunderbird and drove it from New York to Florida a few days ago. There the resemblance ends, yet for 11 days the brash youngster passed...
January 04, 1965
Long one of the most proficient skiers in the jet set, Lance Reventlow, heir to lots of Woolworth's nickels and dimes, forgot what goeth before a fall. Trying to impress his new wife, Actress Cheryl Holdridge, on the...
March 01, 1965
For those who may have forgotten that Buddy Hackett is appearing in a Broadway show, he has had 1,000 golf balls especially prepared as reminders. On each is printed: I Had a Ball. A sort of message in the rough.
April 12, 1965
Bill Bradley has gained one more distinction never before attained by any basketball player—collegiate, high school or pro. The Princeton gem from Crystal City, Mo. is now being acclaimed underground: a room in...