20 Heated Pursuit of the Packers
It was win or die in the NFL's Western race as two golden quarterbacks stood out above the rest
This is an article from the Oct. 31, 1966 issue
26 Cops and Robbers in Mexico City
Carlos Ortiz needed a gun—everybody else seemed to have one—to defend his lightweight title
30 Way Up High and Out of Breath
Also in Mexico City, there was a trial run for the 1968 Olympics. But this was a scene of only mild chaos
32 Please Don't Feed the Waterfowl
The federal law against the bailing of ducks and geese is producing some arrests and a lot of argument
40 England's Posh House of Pow
It is strictly black tie in boxing's most splendid arena. where fights are served up with champagne and cigars
56 Cable Cars on a Hardwood Court
In dazzling new uniforms, the San Francisco Warriors are a cinch to win pro basketball's fashion award
60 Anything Goes in the Bush
A long way from Jockey Club scrutiny, country racing is fun—but risky for innocents
46 College Football
56 Pro Basketball
81 For the Record
82 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Fred Kaplan
Credits on page 81
Power in the pacific will be pulsingly evident as off-shore motorboats race north from Long Beach. Our color cameras will be there—in the air, on the land and on the sea.
King Emile of the middle-weights, who meets Joey Archer in a rematch, is all sorts of things to all sorts of people. An intimate look at the beneficent and paradoxical Griffith.
A new legend is being created at Notre Dame as Coach Ara Parseghian and his sophomore stars, Terry Hanratty and Jim Seymour, make the Irish the best team in the nation.