18 But Why Me, Coach?
Pro football is not all glamour and affluence—consider the case of Mike Bundra, ex-lineman
22 Local Boys Make Very Good
St. Louis University captured its fifth NCAA soccer title, as usual with home-trained talent
26 Cooty Brown Plays Turnabout
After 11 years of passing the ball to the big fellows, San Francisco's little Guy Rodgers is doing the scoring
32 They All Go Bang! at Bambi
But rival defensive backs have not prevented Lance Alworth from becoming pro football's best receiver
December 13, 1965
40 A Haven for Glitterbugs
The Palm Bay Club provides a sanctuary for sportsmen who find Palm Beach too dull and Miami Beach too vulgar
66 Sailing Downwind in a Yacht Club
If you can't go south for the winter and don't like to get frostbitten, a cellophane yacht is the answer
84 The Pleasure of Dying on Sunday
Millionaire Carroll Rosenbloom, owner of the Baltimore Colts, would rather lose a corporation than a ball game
97 Basketball's Week
98 For the Record
99 19th Hole
Credits on page 98
Cover photograph by Neil Leifer
Sportsman Of The Year is the person whose achievements are the epitome of excellence. At the close of a year of remarkable accomplishment, we salute the very best.
The showdown looms as the NFL's Colts and Packers collide in Baltimore. Tex Maule appraises the causes of victory and defeat, and the color camera focuses on key plays.
John Steinbeck, one of the most distinguished authors of our time, discloses a secret interest in sport when he says he cannot write an essay on the subject—and then does so.