22 A Matter of Pride at Endsville
Golf's two first-string stars turn up at a little second-string tournament to settle a fight for a money title
This is an article from the Nov. 30, 1964 issue
28 Snell's Tortured Mile
New Zealand's triple Olympic champion survived a killing pace to break his own world record
30 The Toe That Lost Its Touch
Paul Hornung suffers agonies from a pinched neck nerve, but the real trouble is in his kicking foot
36 An Era Shaped by War
Silver Anniversary awards go to 25 football players of the class of 1940 who have built distinguished careers
46 A Gigantic Midget Named Karras
The story of the inside pass rushers and the nuances of defensive tackle play in pro football
72 The Sheepskin Wheels to the Front
Bicycle riders—some of them pretty girls—are making the old wool-lined coat a new fashion favorite
80 The Lost Worlds of Don Pablo
Sacrificial Mayan wells and wrecks of ancient ships attract a unique explorer and the men who follow him
65 College Football
72 Sporting Look
93 For the Record
94 19th Hole
Credits on page 93
Cover photograph by Marvin E. Newman
College basketball moves to center in the annual Special Issue. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED scouts the top teams, picks Bill Bradley as best in the nation, analyzes zone defenses.
Win with rookies? Not a chance, according to the old pros of football. This year's crop has proved them wrong, as demonstrated by pictures of the best youngsters in action.
A charming weasel, the ferret, has almost vanished—a pity, writes Bil Gilbert, who fancies the wiggly little hunters and recently visited their onetime capital in Ohio.