Nov. 08, 1965
Nov. 08, 1965

Table of Contents
Nov. 8, 1965

The Bears Unpack 'em
Football's Week
  • The one thing that can be confidently asserted in this most unnerving season is that college coaches no longer worry about three yards and a cloud of dust. Even a cloud of touchdowns does not guarantee safety. Witness the last lost weekend: Princeton ran up 45 points on Brown but gave up 27. Georgia had to score 26 in the last period to edge North Carolina 47-35, and Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse and Arkansas accumulated 181 points against respectable opposition. By contrast, Nebraska's 16-14 win over Missouri (below) seemed almost antediluvian, but in importance it ranked well above the rest

Dick Bailey
Pro Football
Horse Racing
Island Asylum
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


22 The Bears Unpack 'Em
Led by the sensational rookie. Gale Sayers, Chicago scored the pro upset of the year over Green Bay

This is an article from the Nov. 8, 1965 issue Original Layout

26 Lost Bullets in Disasterville
Baltimore does not look like the team that was supposed to shoot its way into NBA contention

28 Barefoot in the Driver's Seat
Dick Kenney of Michigan State kicks field goals without a shoe, a Spartan habit that helps keep his team at the top

30 Man for the Next Few Seasons
Excitable Frank Broyles is changing the image of Arkansas as he starts a new dynasty with his ever-winning Hawgs

46 The Hunters of the Sky
The simple grace and beauty of a falconers' field trial are disclosed by Duncan Barnes and Artist Francis Golden

52 Maitre d' of Sports TV
He is Dick Bailey, whose Sports Network televises more athletic events than the three major networks combined

64 A Volcanic Shooting Lodge
High up on Mauna Kea on the big island of Hawaii, a sportsman has built his dream house right where the game is

74 An Asylum for Mad Fishermen
The shrinks hold some hope that Jack Olsen will recover from his fishing trip to Portugal's Berlenga Island

The departments

19 Scorecard
38 Football's Week
56 Golf
59 People
60 Pro Football
64 Design for Sport
68 Automobiles
71 Horse Racing
72 Bridge
93 For the Record
94 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer

Credits on page 93


Next week

Western powder, the world's best snow, is the subject of a 21-page skiing special. John G. Zimmerman photographs its glories, and Eddie Morris shows how to ski it.

A red-hot tiger, burning brighter than ever, Princeton has won 15 games in a row and is college football's biggest scorer. John Underwood writes about the Ivy leaders.

Chiselers and Spongers are not cheaters and freeloaders in table-tennis jargon, as you will learn from this hilarious history of the sport by Dick Miles, ex-U.S. champion.