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January 9, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Pro Championships

GREEN BAY ROLLS HIGH

Cowboy Don Meredith harassed the Packers' defense all day, but a rambling, gambling Bart Starr passed Green Bay to another NFL championship and into the Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs

By Tex Maule

FIREWATER FOR SOME FIRED-UP CHIEFS

By Edwin Shrake

WIMPY WAS A SLEEPING BEAUTY

Luther (Wimpy) Lassiter, champion of all pool, began by allowing as how he was feeling poorly and finished more or less fast asleep, but Cicero Murphy, the challenger, turned out to be the man caught napping

By Bob Ottum

BEST AND WORST OF THE BOWLS

By Dan Jenkins

Northern Cookin'

A WIN OVER NORTHERN COOKIN'

Louisville Coach Peck Hickman blamed his team's early sluggishness on the Philadelphia food, but he found some beans and corn bread before the Princeton game and won the best holiday tournament

By Joe Jares

Spyglass

A TREASURE OF A GOLF LINKS FOR THE CROSBY—AND THE PUBLIC

Snorkeling

MY LIFE AS A NEARSIGHTED FISH

When a husband decides to spend his vacation rummaging beneath the surface of the sea, his wife can sit on shore and watch-or she can (gulp) join him, even if she can't see without glasses

By Nora Johnson

People

PEOPLE

Tennis

Australia wins an Indian war

The Davis Cup Challenge Round was a massacre, as those old amateur pros, Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle, won two singles matches apiece

By Kim Chapin

Winter Sports

Cops, dogs and snowmobiles without snow

Not since the wagon trains of the 19th century have transcontinental travelers faced such hazards as those that confronted two pioneering Minnesotans who rode snowmobiles from the West Coast to the East

By Frank Sleeper

Bridge

An unconventional convention that works

By Charles Goren

Lonely Tribe

A LONELY TRIBE OF LONG-DISTANCE RUNNERS

The Tarahumare Indians, who Jive in Mexico's remote barranca country, are not fleet afoot, but thanks to their extraordinary stamina they can keep a kickball race (opposite) going for days

By Edwin Shrake

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Curry Kirkpatrick

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