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November 21, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

If you are troubled with evil spirits just buy an elephant-hair bracelet

By Felicia Lee

Warm Memories

Warm Memories of Cold Fun

By David Folster

Massacre

THE MASSACRE

Talk was big before the fight, but all of the action was Muhammad Ali's. Hitting Cleveland Williams with either hand as often as he liked, the champion was so much in charge that the world title bout in Houston was no contest

By Martin Kane

IT'S TIME TO BRING ON THE DOGS

Georgia Tech, a team with more desire than ability, is enjoying an undefeated season but not the undivided loyalty of Georgians, at least half of whom will root for the Bulldogs when the two teams meet

By Dan Jenkins

French And Phippses

THE FRENCH AND THE PHIPPSES

They were the champions of international and U. S. racing before last weekend's two big events. When Behistoun won handily at Laurel and Successor took a laugher in Jersey their titles appeared mighty secure

By Whitney Tower

The Hot Ones

DRY CRUCIBLE FOR THE HOT ONES

Britain's John Surtees whirled away with the Canadian-American sports car title in the Las Vegas wasteland as, alas, the wonderful winged Chaparrals flew apart and the night people missed the action

By Bob Ottum

Year Of Larceny

YEAR OF LARCENY IN THE PROS

A startling number of pro football games have been decided by pass interceptions this season, a fact that is focusing attention on wilier defenses—and a bright new star in Cleveland

By Tex Maule

Mr. Bud's Place

SHOOTING ON MR. BUD'S PLACE

One of the last great sprawling plantations of the Deep South is L. B. Maytag's Sedgefields, in Union Springs, Alabama, where the dainty bobwhite quail, not cotton, is king and where hunting is regally reminiscent of the antebellum years

By Virginia Kraft

Football's Week

Positive records for the predictably good

The nation's five major undefeated teams were all expected to be there at the top. But as the 1966 season winds toward its exciting climax, two schools, Notre Dame and Michigan State, stand above all the rest

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Golf

A 'sugoi' try nearly won a trophy for Sugi

The U.S. got back the Canada Cup when Palmer and Nicklaus proved unbeatable at Tokyo, but the real excitement came when Canada's Knudson almost lost the individual title to home-town pro Sugimoto

By Jerrold Schecter

Bridge

Throw MUD in their eye

By Charles Goren

Tennis

Reasons why the roof fell in

Back home after the embarrassing defeat of his U.S. Davis Cup team, Captain George MacCall answers some questions his critics are asking

By Walter Bingham

Canoe River

RIDING DOWN A DYING RIVER

Few men know the Canoe, a lovely river that cascades through British Columbia. Now the chance is gone—a dam soon will engulf it

By Robert Cantwell

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