June 19, 1967
June 19, 1967

Table of Contents
June 19, 1967

Glorious Double
Fit To Kill
Sweet Joe
  • That is what the crowd yells when Gypsy Joe Harris steps into the ring. A preposterous figure of a fighter with a bald head and potbelly, he is nevertheless as creative and exciting as Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray ever were, and In Philadelphia's Jungle he is king

Dauntless Dave
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 The Glorious Double
An all-American team was triumphant in the Ford-Ferrari showdown at Le Mans

This is an article from the June 19, 1967 issue Original Layout

18 "I Am Not Worried About Ali"
Bill Russell describes the Negro athletes' discussion with Clay about his refusal to serve in the Army

22 An Icy Welcome to the NHL
In hockey's expansion draft Los Angeles' Jack Kent Cooke had his troubles

24 Dressed Up to Kill
With a uniform for every occasion, Bill Toomey won his third national decathlon championship

32 Sweeter than Wine
Gypsy Joe Harris may not look like a fighter, bin for home crowds in Philadelphia he is something very special

38 The Sociable Shows of Summer
New Jersey's Middlesex County horse show reflects the relaxed cur of the sunny season

64 Dauntless Dave
Golf was never his game, but that didn't bother Dave Williams when Houston gave him a chance to coach

The departments

8 Scorecard
44 People
46 Nature
54 Bridge
56 Tennis
58 Baseball
77 Baseball's Week
78 For the Record
80 19th Hole

Credits on page 78

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer


Next week

The 67th U.S. open is hold at historic Baltusrol. From there Alfred Wright reports what happened both on the course and behind the scenes in the battle for golf's top title.

The new "INTREPID," latest 12-meter in the America's Cup lists, has just made her debut. Artist Donald Moss and Expert Bill Cox analyze her in words and pictures.

Nobody loves an umpire, says Jocko Conlan, who was one in the major leagues for 25 years. He illustrates his point with a reminiscence about a famous hassle in Ebbets Field.