Nov. 07, 1966
Nov. 07, 1966

Table of Contents
Nov. 7, 1966

Stoic's Guide
Camping Out
College Football
Motor Sports
Harness Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


20 Wet Run to Painsville
Bumps and bruises are as common as rocks, waves and seaweed in ocean powerboating's longest race

This is an article from the Nov. 7, 1966 issue

26 The Off-court Uproar in Dixie
As his star player is ruled ineligible, South Carolina Basketball Coach Frank McGuire cries, "Foul!"

28 An Upset from Down Under
A team of Australians surprises the world's best amateur golfers and wins the Eisenhower Trophy

30 A Stoic's Guide to the Pros
He is Kansas City's rugged linebacker, Sherrill Headrick, a man who laughs at fractures

36 Camping Out with the Champ
Emile Griffith, boxing's softest touch, is a high liver, and so are the sisters, cousins and mama he supports

61 Conning and Killing Coyotes
Predatory fools—with coyotes leading the way—rush in when angelic rabbits cry in anguish

70 That Legend Is Loose Again
Ara Parseghian, Terry Hanratty and Jim Seymour have Notre Dame winning in the Rockne-Leahy tradition

The departments

11 Scorecard
44 College Football
52 People
54 Golf
58 Motor Sports
61 Hunting
66 Bridge
69 Harness Racing
83 For the Record
84 19th Hole

Credits on page 83

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.


Next week

The 10 best ski runs in the country are described by Bob Ottum, who tells what it is like to ski each one of them. His report is accompanied by pictures and diagrams in color.

Cleveland Williams, the Big Cat, training on the Texas range, is in the best shape of his life. Martin Kane previews Williams' heavyweight title fight with Muhammad Ali.

Dogmeat is what bridge experts call the once-a-month player. Jack Olsen writes about two helpings of dogmeat—himself included—who take on the Masters in a tournament.