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March 13, 1967 | Volume 26, Issue 11

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Jim Nash Cover - Sports Illustrated March 13, 1967

March 13, 1967 | M. R. Werner
Pride, fear, ignorance, canniness, catlike quickness and a superb physique are the very human qualities of a by-now almost legendary character known sometimes as Muhammad Ali, sometimes as Cassius...

March 13, 1967
SHOULD ARNOLD GO SHOW BIZ?In his series on Arnold Palmer (page 32) Attorney Mark McCormack reveals the details of the proposed purchase of some of Palmer's businesses and services by NBC. We have...

March 13, 1967
•Willis Casey, North Carolina State swimming coach: "Swimming is the toughest sport to get in shape for. You hear a lot of talk about conditioning in football and basketball. They're not in...

March 13, 1967 | Whitney Tower
Coming from nowhere in a style reminiscent of Silky Sullivan, the Flamingo and Santa Anita Derby winners notably enliven the 3-year-old scene. Now Churchill Downs should be a contest

March 13, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
The Doral Open was won by Doug Sanders on a course called the Blue Monster, but it was the sponsors who were blue when the PGA moved up the tee markers, the wind died and the monster purred

March 13, 1967 | Bob Ottum

March 13, 1967 | Joe Jares

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 13, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack
He detests arguments, hates to say no and thinks the best place for money is safely in the bank, but he is also an astute executive who has parlayed his unequaled popularity into a...

March 13, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack

March 13, 1967 | Mark H. McCormack
An account of Palmer's big battles, one with himself over cigarettes, the other with the PGA—a fight that imperiled the tour.

March 13, 1967 | Andre Leaguerre
Tributes to Henry R. Luce, who died last Tuesday, February 28, in Phoenix, are being read or heard everywhere. They justly emphasize his giant stature in the story of journalism in the 20th...

March 13, 1967 | William Leggett

March 13, 1967
Ford Frick, who made his reputation as Commissioner of Baseball by offending almost nobody, is back in the conciliation game again. The City of New York's Manpower and Career Development Agency...

March 13, 1967 | William F. Talbert
When two promoters staged separate tournaments in New York last week—one amateur, the other pro—the result was a lot of empty seats

March 13, 1967 | Tom C. Brody
Whether he is taking off with a baton or racing on his own, Villanova's intrepid Dave Patrick gives the impression that he is ready to run with the best, including, astonishingly enough, Jim Ryun

March 13, 1967 | Alice Higgins
More than half of a once flourishing group of Florida shows have vanished in a turmoil of confused disputes, although the few that managed to function this season attracted surprisingly large...

March 13, 1967 | Myron Cope

March 13, 1967
12—Courtesy Royal Library, Windsor Castle19—Neil Leifer20—Sheedy & Long22, 23—Eric Schweikardt35—James Drake50, 51—Herb Scharfman58—Silano, Straits Times60, 63—Hans Knopf-Pix64—Wil Blanche70,...

March 13, 1967
Mike Nichols, 18, of Hallowell, Me. competed in the 181-pound class at the Maine State Weightlifting Championships, where he set four state teen-age records: the press (229 pounds), the snatch...

March 13, 1967
BASKETBALL—NBA: Wilt Chamberlain's record string of field goals without a miss reached 35 (three over his old mark) as PHILADELPHIA (61-11) won four games and lost one—to the Bulls 129-122. BOSTON...

March 13, 1967 | Mervin Hyman

March 13, 1967
TIGER TALESSirs:The most remarkable thing about your Princeton cover story (Tiger in the House of Ivy, Feb. 27) is that Author Joe Jares does not once mention Bill Bradley, perhaps the most...

March 13, 1967 | Dolly Connelly
As any islomane will tell you, the mystique of an island is its snug contentment, removed from all the flaps and frustrations of the nutty world outside. In the San Juan Archipelago off the...

March 13, 1967 | Stan Fischler