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January 4, 1965 Table Of Contents

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Upset Of The Mighty

UPSET OF THE MIGHTY

On a blustery day in Cleveland the underdog Browns stunned Baltimore with a second-half outburst to win the NFL title. Key men in the coup were a cerebral quarterback, a big flanker with sticky hands, the great Jimmy Brown and some remarkable—for Cleveland—defenders

By Tex Maule

Pro Championships

FOGGY FEAST FOR BUFFALO'S FAITHFUL

Football's most uninhibited home-towners finally had an occasion for dismantling goalposts as the Bills won their first AFL title, routing San Diego on the passes of Kemp and the smashes of Gilchrist

By Edwin Shrake

FOR BOXING: A YEAR OF DECISION

Contrary to the popular impression, boxing is not dead. There are stirrings of life in the eight divisions, ranked by SI (below), and promise that in 1965 the sport will head back to rugged good health

By Robert H. Boyle

Tubing Thais

Some Inner Tubes for Thais

Cougars

BYU: LAND OF CUTIES AND 12 TALL COUGARS

The girls have always been beautiful at Brigham Young, and until this year they were the stars of the basketball show. Now Coach Stan Watts's team wants equal billing, and in the shadow of Mt. Timpanogos the pressure is on

By Bob Ottum

Cruising The Aisles

CRUISING THE AISLES

People

PEOPLE

Basketball

Abe Lemons and his poor ol' hongry farm boys

This country slicker from Cotton County recruits his lanky Chiefs with burgers and orange slush and produces strong teams that are fun to watch

By Frank Deford

Bridge

Some who cannot see, see best

By Charles Goren

Into The Valley

INTO THE VALLEY OF FUN

Sun Valley has long been a glittering American dream—and a money loser. But now a pair of hardheaded California businessmen, Ed (left) and Bill Janss, have come riding...

By Bob Ottum

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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