Feb. 20, 1967
Feb. 20, 1967

Table of Contents
Feb. 20, 1967

Ghostly Bobs
Tobacco Rogues
Swizzle Sticker
Silver Skiing
Horse Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over



This is an article from the Feb. 20, 1967 issue Original Layout

16 A Ghostly Go for the Bobs
The world bob championships at Alpe d'Huez, France were a crash-strewn shambles on a disastrous course

22 Teen-ager on a Comeback Trail
As good as ever, Marie Mulder came in second last week, and therein lies her problem: the other girls are better

24 Chapel Hill's Tobacco Rogues
The L&M kids, Bob Lewis and Larry Miller, have made North Carolina the No. 4 basketball team in the nation

32 He Sizzles with a Swizzle Stick
Bob Seagren, soaring to new heights in the pole vault, is a swinger on and off the track

40 Skiing the Silver Country
New Mexico is more than a desert. Its mountains boast some of the best skiing in the country

59 Mighty Mouse Leads the Way
Lehigh Wrestler Mike Caruso is a junior-size Superman who may take his team to a national title

62 Diving for Wolves in Ice Water
On Beaver Island in northern Lake Michigan a rugged hunter adds another legend to the island's wild history

The departments

11 Scorecard
50 People
52 Golf
54 Horse Racing
59 Wrestling
79 For the Record
80 Basketball's Week
83 19th Hole

Credits on page 79

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer


Next week

Princeton builds an Ivy League dynasty in basketball, to match Harvard's in crew, and it has a coach whose recruiting program is as efficient as his techniques on the court.

Speed pay off in Daytona Beach as the top stock car drivers race 500 miles for $200,000. Color photographs of the scene and an appreciation of Champion Richard Petty.

Sport at sea, Jack Olsen finds, means a full program of competition on a luxury liner like the Queen Elizabeth. He won a few, lost a few and met an international card hustler.