Aug. 10, 1964
Aug. 10, 1964

Table of Contents
Aug. 10, 1964

Let's Go, Phillies!
Chi Chi
  • Chi Chi Rodriguez is two persons—the brash song-and-dance man who delights galleries (and annoys fellow pros) with his japes off the tee and his jigs on the green, and the quiet son of poverty who broods over good and bad, is hypersensitive to criticism and, out of the spotlight, is something of a loner

Horse Racing
Prince Karim
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


10 Let's Go, Phillies!
Even the staid and gentle city of Philadelphia is becoming excited over the league-leading Phils

This is an article from the Aug. 10, 1964 issue

16 Who's Afraid of an Old Troll?
Don Schollander, for one, is not. Last week he whipped Murray Rose and set two world records besides

18 Beef, Bones and Hershey Bars
Pennsylvania challenged Texas at football. The Easterners won—but barely—in a rattling good game

26 Houston's Big New Bubble
The dome of a unique stadium is up, and the air conditioning goes on next April when play begins

28 Bull's-eyes and Maggie's Drawers
Shooters—sharp and otherwise—from 50 states gather at Camp Perry, Ohio to compete in the national matches

34 Little Chi Chi's Other Side
Golf's most colorful pro, Juan Rodriguez, is really two men—and both are intriguing to know

45 Artist in Peril in the Bullring
Spain's Paco Camino, the most polished of matadors, may reach his peak just as art becomes unfashionable

58 Prince Karim Aga Khan
Son and grandson of sportsmen, the young leader of the Ismaili Muslims blends love of sport with responsibility

The departments

6 Scorecard
48 People
53 Nature
56 Horse Racing
57 Bridge
68 Baseball's Week
70 For the Record
71 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 70

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.


Next week

10 Years ago this month SPORTS ILLUSTRATED published its first issue. Here, in a salute to that memorable decade, is a 29-page portfolio of photographs in color and black and white.

Rookie quarterback Don Trull stayed in Texas to play with the Oilers. Edwin Shrake tells why, and analyzes Trull's problems in getting on—and along with—the team.

The Hudson river, rich in fish and one of the great boating streams in the country, survives despite man's misuse of it. A detailed report on the storied "American Rhine."