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January 10, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Masterpiece

A COOL MASTERPIECE

The Packers won the pro championship—a triumph meticulously executed by experienced players who wanted to prove something to themselves, Cleveland and the Green Bay management

By Tex Maule

The Hawks

THE HAWK IS A MIGHTY HUNTER

Back in Philadelphia and in their favorite aerie, the rapacious birds of St. Joseph's, feathered and otherwise, made easy prey of visitors and neighbors to keep the Quaker City title in home-town hands

By Frank Deford

Price's Prep

PRICE'S HORSY PREP

The man made famous by a colt named Carry Back is now enrolling Thoroughbred students at his unique school in Florida, where the main campus is a training track but tuition ain't hay

Carlos And Con

CARLOS AND THE KING OF CON

In his most trying year Lightweight Champion Carlos Ortiz wept when he won (above), nightclubbed when he lost and would have had no chance to do either but for the wiles of Honest Bill

By Mark Kram

The Bowls

FOOTBALL'S BOWL WEEK

Tradition Sprouts

TRADITION SPROUTS IN A CORNFIELD

Out on the wide Nebraska prairie a famous refugee from the Big Ten basketball wars is helping to build a brand-new college, complete with teams, songs, cheerleaders and instant spirit

By Gerald Holland

People

PEOPLE

Tennis

¬°Olé! Manolo—a little bit too late

Spain's Manuel Santana won his duel with Roy Emerson, but the Aussies had taken the Davis Cup

By Ernest Shirley

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

Conference races have barely begun, yet there remain just two undefeated teams in the country, Kentucky and Texas Western. Since most of the major preconference games are intersectionals, this indicates a continuing, welcome trend toward nationwide balance of power. Western is an independent; Kentucky meets SEC favorite Vanderbilt next Saturday

By Mervin Hyman

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD