Jan. 03, 1966
Jan. 03, 1966

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Jan. 3, 1966

NFL Championship
AFL Championship
  • By Gwilym S. Brown

    The season broke out early in New Zealand and Australia as Kenya's effervescent Kipchoge Keino and an agonizing Wagnerian from East Germany, Jürgen May, went far out to prove the mile mark is for breaking

Pro Basketball
Basketball's Week
  • It was a week that some very good teams would just as soon forget. The unpredictable rigors of the road proved to be too much for unbeaten St. Joseph's, Providence, Wichita State, Minnesota and Colorado State. They all lost for the first time—away from home—while powerful Michigan succumbed twice, more or less expectedly to Duke and quite unexpectedly to little Butler. But despite the usual vagaries of college basketball a baker's dozen major teams nervously managed to survive. After four weeks of play Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Auburn, Bradley, Iowa, DePaul, Dayton, Temple, Syracuse, Brigham Young, Utah, Washington State and Texas Western were still undefeated

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


4—Brendan Mulvey, Joseph Consentino
10, 11—Walter Iooss Jr.
12, 13—Neil Leifer
16-19—Sheedy & Long
26, 27—UPI
28—AP, Marvin E. Newman
29—UPI, AP
42—S & G from Pictorial AP
44—Auckland Star
46—Herb Scharfman
48, 49—Harry Groom-LIFE
51—Stephen Frisch
52—Harry Groom-LIFE
53—Bill Ray-LIFE
57—Drayton Holcolmb
58—James R. Kilpatrick-Detroit News, Hawaii News Bureau

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