14 It Was Like V-E Day Revisited
Defeating West Germany in a dramatic overtime, England wins the World Cup—and goes wild
This is an article from the Aug. 8, 1966 issue
20 Situation Normal in the Old N.L.
As the National League pennant race enters the last two months, as many as five teams are in position to win
22 Caught by a Barbless Hook
The British threatened to upset the U.S. in the Curtis Cup, but two holes by a fishpond stopped them
24 Win One for the Flipper
Such a chant might be irreverent at Notre Dame, but it well suits the newest AFL team, Miami's Dolphins
30 On the Not So Bounding Maine
Windjamming along New England's rocky shore is one way to beat the age of automation
34 A Star Among Fast Friends
Sports car racer-turned-actor Steve McQueen returns to the track to test—and tell about—eight hot cars
54 Can't Anyone Here Use Kanehl?
That most original Met, Rod Kanehl, would like to get back into baseball, say as a coach for his alma mater
50 Sporting Look
52 Horse Shows
69 Baseball's Week
70 For the Record
71 19th Hole
Credits on page 70
Cover photograph by Neil Leifer
Bear Bryant, college football's most successful coach, begins the stormy story of his life, from the dirt-poor days of his Arkansas boyhood to the plush years of national fame.
When you're No. 2 you drive harder—as docs young Scot Jackie Stewart, the bright new boy to watch among the oldtimers on the Grand Prix circuits of international racing.
The littlest tiger in golf is Roberta Albers. Pat Ryan tells how this teen-age prodigy from Florida is starting to win once again, and causing even the pros to watch her with awe.