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January 23, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Packers

Bread-and-Butter Packers

In the first half the Super Bowl lived up to its billing, but then the ruthless insistence of Green Bay wore down Kansas City and turned the game into a runaway

By Tex Maule

THAT PROVIDENCE CANNONBALL

His coach calls Jimmy Walker 'this train' because of his speed and power, just two attributes that make him the most complete player in college basketball, a sure All-America and a cinch to star as a pro

By Frank Deford

NO TRANQUILIZER LIKE VICTORY

It was a new PGA tour that opened in San Diego, but the oldsters dominated the day, especially Bob Goalby, who apparently has exchanged his tempestuous nature for the sweet serenity of success

By Alfred Wright

Honorable Rage

Tokyo's New Honorable Rage

Sing Sing U.

FIGHT ON, OLD SING SING U.

Let's hear a sis-boom-bah for the athletes behind prison walls, whose prowess is often a match for college teams. Of course, the inmates do have one advantage. All games are at home

By Robert H. Boyle

People

PEOPLE

Fishing

A mayfly that will float without its hackles

Bored with orthodox patterns, a gifted amateur flytier has removed the collar from the mayfly to make it look more like the real thing

By Robert H. Boyle

Horse Racing

Building an empire on horses ready to run

By Pete Axthelm

Lady Musher

BELLE OF THE MUSHERS

When the author was asked to cover the world championship of sled dogging in Alaska she decided to become a participant, despite a total lack of experience. What follows is an account of her hurried and often agonizing 10-day training session, capped by the rewarding experience of competing in the race itself

By Virginia Kraft

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Gary Valk

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