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'

Colt Defense
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
Harness Racing
Horse Racing
Enemies In Speedland
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Jean Allott, 8, a Crewe, England schoolgirl, scored two goals in her debut at center forward for the Wistaston Green Primary School boys' soccer team. Said her headmaster, "She passes intelligently with her left foot and goes into the tackle as hard as any of the boys."

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Gene Takle, a physics and math major at Iowa's Luther College, won the four-mile NCAA College Division cross-country run in Wheaton, Ill. in 19:38.9. Takle is unbeaten in 26 straight meets and has set eight course records at nine meets this fall.

Jenny Lamy, an Australian high school student, ran 100 yards in 10.2 seconds at a club meet on Sydney's sports ground to better Marlene Mathews' women's world record by .1 second. But the 3.6-meter assisting wind was over the limit allowed for official recognition.

Mrs. L. J. McGuiness, of Mimico, Ont., rode Gold Tassel to victory in the Jacobsen Dressage Stake and the Prix St. Georges to win the dressage championship of Canada at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. Mrs. McGuiness beat defender Christilot Hanson.

William Diddel, 81, of Carmel, Ind., played four of Pinehurst's five courses in the Three-Score-and-Ten Club tournament, a competition for golfers over 70, and finished with a 314 to tie defending champion Maurice Smith of Lake Wales, Fla. There was no playoff.

Millie Ignizio, 18, Of Rochester, N.Y., who bowls six practice games each day the year round and averages 204 in her women's league, rolled a 699 series, her highest in ABC-sanctioned play, with games of 183-258-258. Once, in open play, she scored a 781 series.