Footloose
Yesterday
Charity Yes, Mercy No
Joe Louis' generosity shocked the mob. His punches shocked a Baer
Welcome Back
WELCOME BACK, ARNIE
The vanishing Army assembles once more as an invigorated Arnold Palmer starts off the 1966 professional golf tour in the most dramatic fashion possible by turning a blazing streak of birdies into a triumph that heralds a big year
THE HEX WRECKS 'EM IN PEORIA
Crossed fingers and sprinkles of mustard seed support Bradley University's basketball team as it climbs the national rankings. A squad of slick, poised players and a resourceful rookie coach help a bit, too
TOMMY'S TERRIBLE SURPRISE
Everyone knew that the Baltimore Colts' emergency quarterback, Tom Matte, was not a passer, but in the Playoff Bowl he threw long and he threw short and led the Colts to a remarkably one-sided victory
New Knick
A NEW KNICK WITH A KNACK
Darlin' Dick Barnett has come along to provide the style, wit and excitement missing for so long in New York's Madison Square Garden. Far more than just a character, however, he is one of the best shooters and ball handlers in pro basketball, and will have a marked effect on the races in both divisions of the NBA
New Polynesia
People
Shooting
Bridge
Peanuts
THEIR BUSINESS IS PEANUTS
Feeding spectators at sports events, a multimillion-dollar industry, entails remarkable logistics and fascinating hazards. Naturally, it has developed a number of oddball characters
For The Record
Basketball's Week
Basketball's Week
The major conference races had barely begun and already there were significant signs that some favorites were in for real trouble. Vanderbilt had undefeated Kentucky to contend with in the SEC, Kansas had three sturdy challengers in the Big Eight, so did Princeton in the Ivy League, while Michigan was worried about almost everyone in the Big Ten
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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