April 17, 1967
April 17, 1967

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April 17, 1967

  • It happened a year later than it might have, and only after spectacular displays by others had made the tournament unforgettable, but in the end persevering Gay Brewer won a Masters he richly deserved

The 76Ers
  • Gambling on defense and running relentlessly on offense, both tributes to the dominant play of Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia took a commanding lead over the Celtics in the Eastern Division pro playoffs

Grand National
Hope In Spring
  • By Tom C. Brody

    Jimmy Jacobs, perennial king of four-wall singles, picked the wrong time to abdicate. While he eased to a doubles win, two brilliant newcomers, battling as fiercely as only he had in the past, usurped his crown

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


23—Neil Leifer
24—James Drake
25—Neil Leifer
26,27—James Drake
32—Keystone Press
34—London Express
40—Tony Triolo
44—Bob Gomel
49—Walter Iooss Jr.
50—Eric Schweikardt
51, 54, 55 (top)—Curt Gunther-Roy Cummings
52, 53, 55 (bottom)—Tony Triolo
56-58—Walter Iooss Jr.
59—Tony Triolo
60-61—Walter Iooss Jr.
62—Herb Scharfman
63—Eric Schweikardt
64—Tony Triolo
65-72—insignia by Don Moss
79—UPI (2), AP
81—UPI, Daily News
89—London Mirror—Gilloon, Washington State University
97—Don Uhrbrock
100—map by William Bernstein
133—Rex Combs, Bob Olen, Jerry Dempnock Associates

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