26 The Second Fastest Ever
Miler Jim Ryan came home all on his own, a tenth of a second off the world record and without a rabbit in sight
This is an article from the June 13, 1966 issue
30 A Reckless Dash to Disaster
The big Indianapolis accident—here analyzed in words and color photographs—brings demands for change
34 Coweye Lost to The Establishment
Though most New Yorkers and all Hawaiians rooted for him, Kauai King failed to win the Triple Crown
40 The Cincinnati Brain-picker
Bill DeWitt, controversial owner of baseball's Reds, is a shrewd opportunist with an eye for detail
U.S. Open Preview
52 The Open returns to Olympic, where just 11 years ago Ben Hogan lost to Jack Fleck in a great golf upset
56 Ken Venturi, the touring pro who knows the course best, uses scale models to show how to play Quake Corner
96 Nobody feels more like a nobody than the country club pro who finds he has—gulp—qualified for the Open
72 Harness Racing
113 For the Record
114 Baseball's Week
116 19th Hole
Credits on page 113
Cover photograph by Richard Jeffery
The twist in Yankee fortunes after Ralph Houk succeeded Johnny Keane as manager was phenomenal. Leonard Koppett analyzes the turnabout and explains the real reasons for it.
A happening with motors is the famed 24-hour automobile race at Le Mans, France. The brilliant cars, teeming crowds and props in pop art all mingle in colorful photomontages.
A home for Herons is sitting on a million dollars' worth of New Jersey oceanfront. Bil Gilbert tells why the residents of Stone Harbor have decided they prefer birds to cash.