Booktalk
Yesterday
Alabama
'BAMA PLOWS THEM UNDER
The rivalry was earnest when the sophisticates of Alabama met their country cousins from Auburn, but the jokes flew, the game was a model of decorum and Bear Bryant's Tide murdered the War Eagles
Clay-Patterson
College Basketball 1966
THE HOT BRUBABES
The dribbles, drives and dunks begin in earnest on a thousand campus hardwood floors this week. Sports Illustrated's 40-page tribute to the oncoming four-month season starts on page 48 with its ranking, in order, of the top 20 teams in the nation. But even before the first official whistle a startling and significant development occurred in Los Angeles, where UCLA's defending champions (generally favored to retain their No. 1 status) met a much-heralded opponent at the dedication of their own new palace of sport
SCOUTING REPORTS
With the top 20 teams this year are a famous coach who adores chili, a player who may be the West Coast eating champion and an eastern star on a crash diet
A PRESS THAT PANICS THEM ALL
UCLA's swarming defensive style exhilarates spectators, upsets opponents and has carried the Bruins to two successive national titles. Now it has become all the rage, and college teams everywhere must prepare to handle the press, whether or not they play UCLA. Here some of the best brains in basketball discuss countermeasures
Football's Week
FOOTBALL'S WEEK
USC's Mike Garrett did it—he broke the NCAA three-year career rushing record. And Alabama and Nebraska did it, too—The Tide crushed Auburn to take the Southeastern Conference title and the Cornhuskers finished undefeated for the first time in 50 years. For the rest it was a time of tradition, and no game was more fraught with it than the one Navy played with Army (below)
People
Pro Football
An extravagant outing for a rare rookie
Gale Sayers opened in New York and made a clinching argument in his case to be named the NFL's Rookie of the Year. The swift, lithe Chicago halfback ran for two touchdowns and outgained all his Giant opponents
Bridge
Enemies In Speedland: Part II
DUEL ON THE SALT
On Bonneville's lunar landscape Arthur Arfons saw his brother Walter attack the world land-speed record with rockets—and fail. He saw Craig Breedlove jet out ahead. Then Art roared back in his ugly-beautiful 'Green Monster' (below), and thrice he kissed her
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)