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Aug. 15, 1966
Aug. 15, 1966

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Aug. 15, 1966

Pretty Penny
  • A broken leg ruined the hopes of the men, but some young U.S. girls surprised themselves and their coach with big performances in the opening event of the world Alpine ski championships at Portillo, Chile

Title Fight
Littlest Tiger
People
Boating
Baseball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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12 Found: A Pretty Penny
The performance of the U.S. women came as a bright surprise at the World Ski Championships in Chile

This is an article from the Aug. 15, 1966 issue Original Layout

16 A Clay Punch, a London Fall
And fall Brian London did, as he was knocked dizzy by some very convincing blows in his world title quest

20 Poor Show by the New Rich
In Chicago's All-Star Game the rookie bonus boys were humiliated by Green Bay

22 For 60 Days and 60 Nights
The rains came to southern Florida, washing out the problem of drought, but washing far too well

24 You Try Harder
Jackie Stewart of Scotland is No. 2 on his Grand Prix racing team but first in dash and visibility

32 Return of the Littlest Tiger
A champion at 12, Florida's Roberta Albers, now an old 19, is flashing her winning form once more

52 I'll Tell You About Football
Paul (Bear) Bryant, America's most successful college coach, begins the remarkably candid story of his career

The departments

6 Scorecard
44 People
47 Bridge
48 Boating
50 Baseball
67 For the Record
68 Baseball's Week
70 19th Hole

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman

Credits on page 67

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