September 18, 1966

The Wormers
A Lively Traffic in Worms
Thousands of hard-working Maine diggers, packers and dealers turn ugly-looking sea worms into dollar signs
Shopwalk
Green Crusher
THE GREEN CRUSHER
Beginning the defense of their NFL championship, the Packers played perfect football as they shocked Johnny Unitas and the Colts with interceptions and rocked them with vintage blocking and tackling
Painful Search
PAINFUL SEARCH FOR A PENNANT
Baseball enters the stretch—and here come the colorful Dodgers, their eyes on the flag and their elbows in ice baths. A fight flares, laughter cools it, and the world champions stagger on—maybe all the way
Muslim Minister
A MUSLIM MINISTERS TO A SOUTHPAW
A new Cassius Clay, wrapped in clerical sobriety, administered a fierce beating to Germany's unorthodox Karl Mildenberger, but the fight went 12 rounds, obscuring the point of the champ's sermon
College Football 1966
'I HAVE NEVER BROKEN A CONTRACT'
South Carolina's new coach, twice the center of strident brouhahas, agrees with Bear Bryant that most pacts are a one-way street. He tells why he left LSU and Army, and says 'I have never broken a contract'
ANOTHER SEASON FOR MIRACLES AND—SURPRISE!—ALABAMA
The Crimson Tide will be No. 1 again, giving Coach Bear Bryant his fourth national title of the decade. But as college scores run higher and upsets become more frequent the usual number of miracles will occur, turning unknown players into overnight marvels like UCLA's Gary Beban
Automobiles
Chevy's Camaro begins chasing a hot hoss
What's good for Ford is sometimes good for General Motors, it seems, as the giant Detroit automaker brings out a new four-seater of sporting character with a strong family resemblance to Dearborn's sweet-seller
Tennis
A forgotten Aussie refreshes the memory
Unseeded by the tournament committee at Forest Hills, Fred Stolle led a horde of fellow Diggers up from down under to make a shambles of the nationals and wipe out all five members of the U.S. Davis Cup team
Boating
Toughest chicken afloat
Czech refugee Mira Slovak may think himself timid. If so, his record as the nation's top hydroplane racer proves that he is the toughest chicken afloat
Horse Racing
For The Record
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments