Nov. 06, 1967
Nov. 06, 1967

Table of Contents
Nov. 6, 1967

Three Courses
Waiting For Jerry
Winning Reeves
Hockey 1967-1968
College Football
Horse Racing
The Lady
  • She is Aileen Eaton, a woman in a man's game—fight promotion—that abounds in stealth and triple trickery. Dictatorial yet feminine, she is loved by some, hated by others and feared by all

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


20 They're Still Waiting for Jerry
Quarry beat Floyd Patterson and could go all the way. But his progress—and his win—are open to question

This is an article from the Nov. 6, 1967 issue

24 If at First You Don't Succeed
Harvard loses a frenzied game between Ivy League unbeatens when a Dartmouth kicker gets a second chance

26 A Scot's Carolina Bash
Grand Prix hero Jim Clark describes his first U.S. stock car race—won by Bobby Allison's Ford

28 Almost Too Good to Play
Dan Reeves was a man of many talents and master of none before his knack for winning was discovered

Hockey 1967-1968

34 A survey of a bright new season
38 A famed coach tells spectators how to watch

58 The Cougar Moves Up
The American lion, once only a target for bounty hunters, is now being accepted as a game animal

76 The Lady Is a Champ
The country's leading fight promoter is Aileen Eaton—loathed, loved and lethal

The departments

13 Scorecard
46 College Football
54 People
58 Hunting
64 Horse Racing
69 Horse Show
72 Golf
74 Bridge
95 For the Record
96 19th Hole

Credits on page 95

Cover photograph by Arthur Shay


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