Contents

May 14, 1967

20 Clarion Call: $62.20!
Darby Dan's Proud Clarion earned the third highest payoff in Derby history as he beat Barbs Delight

26 Some Old Grads Get a Hazing
In the annual Notre Dame spring football game the alumni found that the varsity may well be No. I again

28 Crossed-up Golf at Houston
A cross-handed Indian, a dawdling threesome and a strong birdie putt made the Champions a swinging tournament

30 One More Marietta Mud Puddle
A little water is fine if you're going rowing. The Mid-America Regatta, unfortunately, gets more than its share

32 Viva! but Hide Your Women
Italy's world-champion motorcycle racer breaks records and feminine hearts with equal facility

48 Winged Safari for Arctic Char
The lonely and beautiful barrens of northern Canada offer flying anglers a new fishing frontier

56 Some Ways to Jingle, Jangle, Jingle
Equestrian tack is the inspiration for a loud collection of shoes and belts

78 The Dodger Story: Part 1
Buzzie Bavasi tells what it was like on his side of the fence in the great Koufax-Drysdale holdout

The departments

15 Scorecard
56 Sporting Look
58 People
61 Hockey
66 Baseball
74 Bridge
99 Baseball's Week
100 For the Record
102 19th Hole

Cover: Painting by Don Moss, photographs by James Drake and Herb Scharfman

Credits on page 100

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Next week

A red uprising is in prospect in Cincinnati, where surprising pitching strength, combined with the hitting everyone knew was there, has produced a genuine pennant possibility.

The fastest runner you may ever see could be Tommie Smith. He also is the most relaxed. Frank Deford writes about the San Jose State senior with the crazy high-knee stride.

A judo roll-out is a tactic of Japan's "gentle" sport. It might also be used to describe Jeannette Bruce, who bumbled her way onto—and off of—the traditional rice-straw mat.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)