Sept. 19, 1966
Sept. 19, 1966

Table of Contents
Sept. 19, 1966

The Wormers
Green Crusher
  • Beginning the defense of their NFL championship, the Packers played perfect football as they shocked Johnny Unitas and the Colts with interceptions and rocked them with vintage blocking and tackling

Painful Search
Muslim Minister
College Football 1966
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Dick Miller, 12, of Pomona, Calif., who won the city table tennis championship for 13-and-under early in the summer, turned to lawn tennis and took the 12-and-under singles and doubles titles in neighboring Ontario. He then won two other titles in Pomona.

This is an article from the Sept. 19, 1966 issue Original Layout

Gordy Bowers, a Wisconsin law student, spent his spare time this summer making a mainsail for his boat, Sun Dodgers II, in his Minneapolis home. His work paid off when Bowers won the Inland Lake Yachting Association's Class C championship at Oshkosh, Wis.

Barbara Garcia, an eighth-grader at Pojoaque Junior High in Santa Fe, N. Mex., who has been competing in Pojoaque's field-day championship for four years, won the 75-yard dash, the 50, the high jump and broad jump to increase her overall record to 12 firsts.

Randy Gettman, 16, a center fielder on the Fort Morgan (Colo.) American Legion team, had two singles, three doubles and a home run as Fort Morgan beat Colorado Springs twice for the state B championship. In nine playoff games, Randy batted .500.

Bertha Tickey, a grandmother from West Haven, Conn., who has been a Softball pitcher for 19 years, shut out the Orange (Calif.) Lionettes 3-0 to give the Raybestos Brakettes of Stratford their fifth national women's fast-pitch championship in Orlando, Fla.

Ken Engelmeier, 17, a Rockville, Md. golfer, had a good chance to win the boys' open division at Washington's Tournament of Junior Champions last year but had to disqualify himself because of a rules question. This year he came back to take the title.