Nov. 15, 1965
Nov. 15, 1965

Table of Contents
Nov. 15, 1965

Blue-Eyed Charro
The Tigers
The Celtics
Football's Week
  • Sophomores had their biggest Saturday as Houston's Warren McVea finally popped loose to upset Ole Miss, UCLA's Gary Beban ran and passed his team through Washington and Tennessee's Charlie Fulton personally upended Georgia Tech. Seasoned players were equally effective, among them Tulsa's Howard Twilley, Notre Dame's Bill Wolski and Michigan State's Clinton Jones, who together scored 14 touchdowns. But in Pullman, Wash, the team was the thing as Washington State (below) finally did it the easy way and beat Oregon soundly

Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


28 This Tiger Is Not in the Tank
Ron Landeck's rightful place is a football field, where he leads Princeton's incendiary attack, the best in the East

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32 The Celtics Isn't Dead Yet
The rest of the league was hopeful when Boston lost three straight, but then Philadelphia took on the champs

36 The Greatest Meets the Grimmest
Cassius Clay and Floyd Patterson have arrived in Las Vegas, where each is behaving true to form

42 The Grand Prix Was a Gasser
At Riverside's swinging race weekend, top cars and drivers ran second to the spectators' gaudy show

Skiing 1965-66: Fluff's the Stuff

52 The perils of deep powder, photographed in color
61 How to float through the fluff like a surfer
66 The powder line from Whitefish to Santa Fe
68 Some appropriate disguises for the powder skier

102 Spongers Seldom Chisel
Dick Miles, former U.S. table tennis champion, describes the zany events that have changed the look of the game

The departments

20 Scorecard
77 Football's Week
85 People
86 Pro Football
92 Fishing
125 For the Record
126 19th Hole

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman


Next week

Clay vs. Patterson is only days away. Gilbert Rogin previews the big fight with an inside look at the training and an assessment of the strategy each boxer hopes to follow.

Hockey's unhappiest man is Montreal's Toe Blake. Why? Mark Kram discovers it is simply because his team is expected to win its eighth league title and seventh Stanley Cup.

Poor man's polo is what some people call pigeon racing. Robert Boyle takes a look at the feathery sport and depicts a man who has devoted a major part of his life to it.