26 Georgia Proves Its Point
Unawed by the giants of Michigan, the little Bulldogs hit so hard they had the Wolverines' tongues hanging out
This is an article from the Oct. 11, 1965 issue
30 Beachy and Wesley and L.B.J.
Three relatively unknown Dodgers contributed mightily in the drive to the National League pennant
32 France Repels the Invasion
Tom Rolfe and a flock of non-French Thoroughbreds went to Longchamp, but home talent prevailed
34 The 49ers Get Hot
In sedate San Francisco the pros are rah-rah, and even the fans are cheering politely again
40 Eyeball to Eyeball with Victory
A Washington columnist tells how the government was saved when the Senators moved before they won a pennant
42 The Bear Bryant Hilton
No college football players live better than Alabama's, whose athletic dorm has all the comforts home never had
56 The Little Battle of the Bighorn
An ill-planned sheep hunt turns into a war against rattlesnakes and whiskey
78 Cassius Clay Must Be Beaten
Floyd Patterson says the heavyweight title cannot remain in Muslim control—and tells how he hopes to retrieve it
47 Football's Week
76 Horse Shows
101 For the Record
102 19th Hole
Credits on page 101
Cover photograph by Lawrence Schiller
The world series between the Minnesota Twins and the Los Angeles Dodgers is now under way. Here the moments that count are analyzed—and photographed in full color.
Best defenseman in college football is Texas' Tommy Nobis. Dan Jenkins describes the marauding linebacker who loves to talk as much as he enjoys wrecking the opposition.
Once a way-out game for thrill-seeking nuts, surfing is now the province of the middle class, which rides little waves in little contests. It still, writes Gilbert Rogin, is a little nutty.