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Aug. 23, 1965
Aug. 23, 1965

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Aug. 23, 1965

Backyard Safari
Twins
Texas Triumph
Arnold Palmer
  • Texan Dave Marr was a dramatic and surprising winner of the PGA Championship last week as he outlasted both Billy Casper and Jack Nicklaus in a furious stretch duel. Wavering just slightly, Marr earned his first major tournament by dribbling home a birdie and two clutch putts for pars on the final four holes to wind up two strokes ahead and $25,000 richer with a 72-hole score of 280. But while it was the biggest day of Marr's life, it was one of the worst for Arnold Palmer. A winner only once in the last 15 months, Palmer in this critical week of his golf life was beset by penalties, important people and confusion, and there were many who wondered if his remarkable reign was over

People
Skiing
The Old Men
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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16 Everybody Pick Up a Drum
Beset by injuries but attended by miracles, the Minnesota Twins have taken charge of the American League

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20 Texas Teeners Strike Back
Revenge for a defeat in the country's top high school football game was the object, and Texas got it

24 Diary of a Career in Turmoil
Dave Marr won the PGA, and the daily trials of Arnold Palmer raised questions about his future

32 ¬°Ole! for the Brave Club Taurino!
Artist Marc Simont records the adventures of the bullfight club of New York on a (wow!) trip to Spain

40 The Y. A. Tittle Story: Part 2
Yat exchanges misery in San Francisco for fame and adulation in New York

56 Le Style Far West
It's back to the ranch in Paris these days, and the cowboy clothes worn to le barbecue are made in France

72 The Old Men of the Sea
The Bottom Scratchers of San Diego are still in love with diving, a sport they pioneered 35 years ago

The departments

9 Scorecard
56 Sporting Look
60 Golf
63 People
64 Skiing
85 Baseball's Week
86 For the Record
87 19th Hole

Credits on page 86

Cover photograph by James Drake

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Next week

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