10 The Point of Some Return
Given a fright by outmanned Baltimore, Green Bay finally won the NFL playoff game in sudden-death overtime
This is an article from the Jan. 3, 1966 issue
16 The Bills Came Storming In
Belaboring a vaunted offense, Buffalo shut out San Diego to win its second AFL championship
20 Rig for Sea—and Showtime
While yachtsmen wait impatiently for the boat show to open, Artist Nicholas Solovioff takes a look backstage
26 The Bowls
Against a backdrop of historic games, a preview of this year's crop, featuring four conference champions
36 A Snook Hunt on the Spanish Main
Artist-Fisherman Tom Allen reports in paintings a search for big snook on the east coast of Nicaragua
44 Hats Off and a Rush for Records
Kenya's Keino let go his cap as Germany's J√ºrgen May suffered and both showed that track marks are for breaking
48 The Big Game and the Barricades
Berkeley is the campus of the beat, but the beat are only one part of this vast and exciting university
46 Pro Basketball
56 Basketball's Week
58 For the Record
59 19th Hole
Cover illustration by Bud Simpson
Credits on page 58
The NFL championship will be decided at Green Bay as the Packers battle the Browns in the climax of a tumultuous season. Tex Maule analyzes the causes of victory and defeat.
The bowls in color—eight pages of it, coast to coast—highlight our New Year's college football coverage. Plus, of course, reports by experts on who won—and how and why.
A ride in a jeep was once the exclusive discomfort of men in khaki uniforms, but today lots of people do it and call it sport. Bil Gilbert wittily describes this phenomenon.