16 Half a Game Out and One to Go
The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cleveland Browns—and they hope the New York Giants can do the same this week
This is an article from the Dec. 14, 1964 issue
20 Boom Went the Anvil Chorus
Michigan's musclemen ran with Duke for a while and then turned on their power to win the week's big game
22 Ships of the Desert
It's nice to have water near your yacht club, but the yachtsmen of Albuquerque prove it's not necessary
24 A Triumph for Two Swingers
Nicklaus and Palmer, unswayed by hula lessons or Hawaii's languor, make a rout of the Canada Cup matches
29 I Remember Lucadello
It is the cocktail party season, and a slob who knows baseball instead of the arts needs a survival strategy
40 An Orange Pick-me-up
Artist Milton Glaser portrays the color of Florida's annual Orange Bowl sports festival
70 He Marches to His Own Drummer
Sometimes the beat is a little off, but Cookie Gilchrist keeps on marching—as to war
58 College Football
64 Sporting Look
68 Motor Sports
83 For the Record
84 Basketball's Week
86 19th Hole
Credits on page 83
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Peering into tomorrow, the special holiday issue includes a hard-eyed appraisal of the next decade, far-out sports equipment in color and a far-in-the-future tale of a big game.
Who will it be? The 1964 Sportsman of the Year is an athlete who has reached the high point of his career by means of a singular display of courage and determination.
The last act of the pro football season is a cliffhanger. The Colts and the Chargers arc ready to go. Tex Maule and Edwin Shrake, in the first row, discuss what will happen.