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Nov. 29, 1965
Nov. 29, 1965

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Nov. 29, 1965

Big Fight
  • Although he never put a valorous Floyd Patterson down for the count, Cassius Clay displayed an awesome range of skills as he battered his opponent at will and proved to a sometimes skeptical public that he is, as he says, 'The Greatest'

Bruins
Colt Defense
Dognappers
Football's Week
  • It was the last big week. Champions were crowned in five major sectors as Arkansas and Tulsa did what was expected, Dartmouth and UCLA did what was not, and surprising South Carolina grabbed a share of Duke's Atlantic Coast title. Bowl sponsors all but completed their pairings, such as they are, and the only remaining confusion in the SEC will be cleared up Saturday when Alabama and Auburn meet. In a season of high-geared offenses, however, it was ironic that the biggest game—Michigan State vs. Notre Dame—was a furious defensive battle

Hundley's Heaven
People
Harness Racing
Horse Racing
Enemies In Speedland
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CREDITS

27—Sheedy & Long
31—drawing by Frank Mullins
50—Art Shay
62—Richard Meek
68—Keystone, Sam Tata
74—Roy De Carava
84—Bettmann Archive
101—Roberts of Crewe, Bill Long, David Miller, John G. Hemmer, Rochester Times-Union

This is an article from the Nov. 29, 1965 issue Original Layout