24 Those Big Tiger Muscles
Al Kaline and a lineup filled with power are promising to bring Detroit its first pennant in 22 years
This is an article from the June 5, 1967 issue
28 A Blow for Esthetics
Deciding that strange putting postures were making a travesty of golf, the rulemakers ruled out croquet
30 Playing It the Japanese Way
The coach of the U.S. girls volleyball team believes the game should be played banzai-style
32 A Knees-up for the Hot Spurs
It was like a Greenwich Village kick-in when Tottenham met Chelsea for the English Cup
38 Getting the Elbow Is a Pain
Tennis elbow is an annoying ailment for which there are many recommended cures. Almost none of them work
46 The Real Secret of Trading
Buzzie Bavasi tells what goes on when general managers get together. Last of a four-part series
76 Nothing like Hood's "Dame"
Australia's new 12 "leaks like a bloody basket," but she may sail well enough to win the America's Cup
58 Sporting Look
66 Track & Field
89 Baseball's Week
90 For the Record
91 19th Hole
Credits on page 90
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
A U.S. Open preview: Jack Nicklaus assesses the Baltusrol course, the drama of last year's Open is depicted in paintings and Dan Jenkins reports on the man with the tour's best swing.
The strategy of the 500 winner is revealed in an Indianapolis report by Bob Ottum, whose story of America's biggest and richest race is illustrated with color photographs.
BEST-KEPT SECRETS—and best athletes—are the decathlon men. John Underwood visits a swarm of them in their California pad, where track takes only 90% of their time.