16 Soaring above Snafus
The bungling was something awful, but there were enough determined track stars present to save the AAU nationals
This is an article from the March 14, 1966 issue
20 A Quarry Who Likes to Hunt
Surviving the ring-hardened tactics of Tony Alongi, Heavyweight Jerry Quarry proved he is a man with a future
24 Pink Chicken and a Bold Derby
A hectic week in racing showed one thing—that horse followers who are not allowed to bet get mad
32 Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo...
Without a solid favorite, a balanced field of college basketball teams opens the NCAA tournament
40 Numbers Game at Vero Beach
How the World Champion Dodgers teach their youngsters to play baseball
50 Watusi on the Snowball Special
A 22-car train loaded with skiers, dancers and lovers rolls from Los Angeles to Sun Valley
66 A Bit Too Much for Blighty
Bill Bradley drew only 500 to the Oxford-Cambridge basketball game, but there was a fine party afterward
70 A Dilly Day at Dingle
It was an ordinary day—and night—on the Kerry coast. Gammon, Brennan, Flannery and Jameson were there
66 College Basketball
83 Basketball's Week
85 For the Record
86 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Neil Leifer
Credits on pose 85
Stay out of the trees and trouble if you want to score well in golf. U.S. Open Champion Gary Player discloses his method of hitting the ball right down the middle.
Racing's top winner last year was Nebraskan Marion Van Berg, although he did not start a horse at Aqueduct, Santa Anita or other racetracks that offer the big purses.
My wrestling father was the meanest, gougingest, bloodthirstiest pro around," insists Staff Writer Joe Jares in a fond reminiscence of a summer on the road with his dad.