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Nov. 27, 1967
Nov. 27, 1967

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Nov. 27, 1967

Yesterday
All The Way
Tiger's Sermon
  • Things are too easy in America, said the light-heavyweight champion from Nigeria. To prove his point he drove into soft-punching Roger Rouse with a straightforward fury that belied his advancing years

Peach Fuzz
International Incident
College Football
People
Golf
Nature
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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16 All the Way with O.J.
That's the cry for USC as the Trojans win the biggest game of the year behind O.J. Simpson

This is an article from the Nov. 27, 1967 issue

22 Shooting for Three
The new pro basketball league starts a controversy and unveils a star by giving three points for long shots

24 Tiger Hammers Home a Sermon
The light-heavyweight champion, a believer in discipline, delivered a lecture Roger Rouse would like to forget

30 Peach Fuzz with a Difference
Jim Hart is too young, by pro standards, to be a good quarterback. So he does things his way and usually wins

42 International Incident in Cork
M. André and his cross-Channel boys conquer Minahane, Mary and the birds of Ross Carbery

62 Miss Avis Against Miss Hertz
Golfers Kathy Whit worth and Mickey Wright serve notice that they will battle for the driver's seat next year

72 Thank Heaven For....
Bil Gilbert coaches a little girls' track team and learns a bit about track, a lot about little girls

The departments

11 Scorecard
52 College Football
61 People
62 Golf
64 Nature
68 Horse Racing
89 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Credits on page 89

Cover photograph by Tony Tomsic

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College basketball's annual special issue presents the case for raising the baskets to 12 feet, the subject that engrosses the attention of an increasing number of coaches each year. We pay tribute to one of the sport's prime innovators and winningest coaches, Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, scout the best teams in all conferences and the top independents, and, in addition, salute a host of remarkable sophomores. Plus all the news of pro and college football and our regular features.