12 The Year of the Ram
Just as had been predicted, Los Angeles beat the Colts and won its division title in the last game of the season
This is an article from the Dec. 25, 1967 issue
16 Almost All Alone at the Top
The Houston Oilers beat San Diego and grabbed first place, but, as usual, hardly anyone showed up to watch
18 Getting the Vandy Treatment
Three of the nation's best teams went to Nashville last week and lost to the quick, calm Commodores
22 Sportsman of the Year
Nobody in sport in 1967 played with more sheer excellence and dramatic fulfillment than Boston's Carl Yastrzemski
26 And Ford Came Out Flying
Providing a dramatic American success story, Dearborn has proved that true sport and profit can be compatible
44 Football's Way-out Season
The in thing was the upset, and it may still be as one of the college game's daffiest autumns heads toward bowl week
50 Mr. Goren Is Doubling You
Once a double in bridge was for penalties, but now it means a lot of things. Are you in double trouble?
60 The Buffalo Hunt
Edwin Shrake vividly re-creates a 19th-century quest by a tribe of Comanches. An excerpt from a new novel
75 For the Record
76 Basketball's Week
78 19th Hole
Credits on page 75
Cover photograph by Fred Kaplan
The pro playoffs pick the champs to meet the champs in the Super Bowl. Tex Maule covers the NFL, Edwin Shrake reports on the AFL and the best plays are reproduced in color.
Snoopy, the world-famous golf pro, flies his doghouse jet to the Crosby where he finds Pebble Beach has all kinds of surprises in store, whether the golfer be a Palmer or a beagle.
Kerouac the halfback is revealed for the first time in a memoir by the leader of the Beat Generation, who describes his playing days on sandlots and on a Columbia scholarship.