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Upside-Down Game
An Upside-Down Game
College football awaited an epic that was supposed to decide the national championship. But it all fell apart when Michigan State faltered after a fast start, and Notre Dame took the easy way out
Duel With Death
DUEL WITH DEATH ON THE SALT
After days of probing the Bonneville Salt Flats, Art Arfons fired up his jet car, the 'Green Monster,' for a maximum assault on the land-speed record. Crashing at more than 600 mph, he somehow got out alive
Face-Off
BILLY SURVIVES THE FACE-OFF
The biggest issue at the Houston tournament was not so much who won—Arnold Palmer did—as it was whether Casper could hold off Nicklaus and emerge as golf's leading money-winner for 1966
Vaagg
College Football
It's ragtime in the Rockies
The Cowboy Joes of Wyoming sang louder than ever as they gunned down Brigham Young and the Marine Corps with a hail of points
People
Hockey
Pro Football
Bridge
Wild Race
A WILD, WICKED RACE TO THE BIG TIME
Smash him in the rear, hook him into the wall, ram him broadside if you can—that's how it's done in stock car racing. And that's how Bobby Allison, a pious and mannerly man off the tracks but a devout car-slammer on them—a dedicated engine-tinkerer, too—has clawed up from the bush leagues to become the sport's newest hero
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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