Aug. 16, 1965
Aug. 16, 1965

Table of Contents
Aug. 16, 1965

Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


12 Boom Go the Big Red Bats
Ex-Cincinnati Pitcher Jim Brosnan revisits his hard-hitting teammates, who could win the pennant, if only...

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14 Faith and Form at Saratoga
Urged on by a bishop and other admirers, Kelso won the Whitney Stakes in an exciting stretch drive

16 A Public School That Jumps
Coeducational and with no class lines, Millfield produces scholars—and Olympic athletes

22 The Great Quarterbacks
Here is a picture gallery of the most illustrious in pro football. One of them, Y.A. Tittle, tells his own story

34 The Race That Beat the Bird
The helmsman of Constellation, Bob Bavier, describes the crucial encounter that finished American Eagle

47 A Star is Born—Too Late
The Browns won, but the star was the collegians' John Huarte, awful in practice but marvelous under pressure

54 The Glory Game at Goat Hills
Seldom has golf been played like this, but for an enterprising cast of Texans it was the only game in town

The departments

7 Scorecard
42 People
47 Pro Football
50 Bridge
65 Baseball's Week
66 For the Record
67 19th Hole

Credits on page 66

Cover photograph by Steven C. Wilson


Next week

One-a-day miracles are keeping the Twins in first place. From Minnesota, a report by William Leggett on the team that never runs out of new ways to win ball games.

Arnie's embattled army retreats to Palmer's home grounds in Ligonier, Pa., site of the 1965 PGA. Alfred Wright reports on the star's efforts to get back to his winning ways.

A salty trio of San Diego adventurers pioneered sport diving in the U.S., opening up the underwater realm to today's flippered throngs. An appreciation by Coles Phinizy.