March 21, 1966
March 21, 1966

Table of Contents
March 21, 1966

Now There Are Four
  • In the battle for the national basketball championship only Duke, Kentucky, Utah and Texas Western survive. If last week's pattern is confirmed, the final round at College Park will be the hottest in years

Hockey's Moment
Tradin' Man
Horse Racing
The Thing
  • A son's fond reminiscence of his dad's colorful career as a professional wrestler (left, bleeding) and of a summer spent with Frank Jares on the road, where Joe learned there are some real dangers involved, too

Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Dave Jones, Who as football, softball and track coach of elementary school teams in Abilene, Texas, has won 15 out of 20 titles since 1960, completed his fifth straight undefeated season (61 games) as basketball coach at Abilene's Stephen F. Austin school.

This is an article from the March 21, 1966 issue Original Layout

Teri Ardleigh, 14, of Greenwich, Conn. and her brown gelding Charade took awards in four classes—the horsemanship championship, the AHSA hunter seat medal, the open working hunter and the open hunter seat at the Secor Farms horse show in White Plains, N.Y.

Ralph Donnelly, a 28-year-old metallurgical engineer from Oak Ridge, Tenn. who has been sailing less than a year, won the Flying Junior Midwinter Championship at St. Petersburg, Fla. with finishes of 1-3-2-1-1 in his first attempt at sailing on salt water.

Howard Coonley, a University of Pennsylvania senior, became the first Penn player since 1938 to win the national intercollegiate squash racquets title when he defeated Larry O'Loughlin of Pittsburgh 15-8, 18-17, 15-9 in a 32-minute final in Annapolis, Md.

Clarence F. Woelm, 66, a left-hander from Milwaukee who began playing three-cushion billiards in 1920, won the national amateur title at the New York Athletic Club, finishing with a 5-1 record. His only loss was to defending champion Jerry Glenn of New York.

Mike Bay, a senior at Waukegan (Ill.) High, won the 165-pound-class title in the state wrestling tournament at Northwestern University, to finish the season with a 28-0 record and lead his team, coached by his father, Ott Bay, to a fourth state championship.