Feb. 14, 1966
Feb. 14, 1966

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Feb. 14, 1966

  • By Barbara La Fontaine

    The most serious threat to Ferrari's long supremacy in sports-car racing was posed by Ford in Daytona's new Continental as Californian Ken Miles in No. 98, driving swiftly by day and boldly by night, led a team of Mark IIs to a notable victory—the opening battle in the season's hot Ford-Ferrari war

The Intellectual
Devilish Stroll
  • Rebelling against the somewhat mechanical sports of trap and skeet, a Long Island enthusiast has designed his own diabolical clay-target game, combining the frustrations—and the rewards—of bird shooting

Rick Mount
Biggest Dog
College Basketball
The Jacobys
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


4—Jim McLemore-Austin America Statesman, R. Walter Johnson
14-17—Herb Scharfman
19—Neil Leifer
20—Tony Triolo
50—Freire, Floyd B. Bowser
53, 54—Sheedy & Long
64-71—Lynn Pelham from Rapho-Guillumette
72—AP (2)

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