March 20, 1967
March 20, 1967

Table of Contents
March 20, 1967

World Cup Skiing
No Foldo
  • By Robert Boyle

    A fancy front-runner wins greyhound racing's richest event at Miami's Flagler track amid the kind of pomp and circumstance that has produced a new surge of popularity for the sport

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


20 Lafayette, They Are Back
With Jean-Claude Killy leading the way, the French dominated the ski championships at Franconia, N.H.

This is an article from the March 20, 1967 issue

26 First Blood of a Classic Duel
Villanova's Dave Patrick ran away from Kansas' Jim Ryun in the first confrontation of a brilliant rivalry

28 NCAA: 22 Teams After Alcindor
There isn't much hope of an upset in basketball's championships. The team with the most sophomores should win

34 No Foldo in Chicago
Avoiding their customary spring slump, the Black Hawks wrap up the NHL title

44 Noisy Chase Discreetly Done
Greyhound racing's richest purse goes to a strong front-runner in a setting that shows why the sport is growing

48 An Ancient Tradition
A winter's day in the field with Asaji Kutsuzawa, one of the last of Japan's hunting falconers

54 Hidden Battles, Subtle Foes
What happened when Arnold Palmer tried to give up smoking, and how a new pro tour almost came to be

74 When the Real McGuire Stood Up
Brothers Dick and Al were famous athletes and are now prominent coaches, but John is the real McGuire

The departments

10 Scorecard
65 People
66 Baseball
71 Boxing
95 For the Record
96 Basketball's Week
98 19th Hole

Credits on page 95

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer


Next week

The last four teams in the NCAA basketball championships move on to play the final round in Louisville. Reports from the regional title games and Frank Deford's selections.

Killy and the rest of the caravan of international skiers travel next to Vail, Colo. to participate in the second of three weekends of U.S. competition. Dan Jenkins observes.

Real football, the world's most popular game, is going big-time in the U.S. Martin Kane writes about the soccer revolution and the millionaires betting on the sport's success.