10 See You Later, Jim Ryun
That's what Jim Grelle said when he learned of the Kansas miler's plans. So Ryun went out on his own and set a record
This is an article from the July 3, 1967 issue
14 A Thunderation of Sluggers
When it comes to hitters, the National League is the place to find them, with two dozen players batting .300
18 The Judge Throws the Book at Ali
Artist Robert Handville was there to record the moment when the world heavyweight champion lost his day in court
20 "What's Wrong with Nicklaus?"
The U.S. Open champion tells his own story of his record-breaking triumph at Baltusrol
26 The Reign in Spain of King Manolo
To his countrymen, Manolo Santana is the whole game of tennis, a man whose victories have thrilled a nation
30 Boppers and a Golden Swinger
They may never win a tournament, but the rookies on the ladies' pro golf tour have their winning ways
36 From Spikes to a Blue Suit
Jocko Conlan tells how he got into umpiring and why he and his co-workers almost went out on strike in 1964
50 The Leaky-roof Circuit
Alice Higgins nostalgically recalls when she rode in the Midwest county-fair horse shows all summer long
48 College Football
60 Baseball's Week
62 For the Record
63 19th Hole
Credits on page 62
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
A revamped "Columbia" and Owner Pat Dougan come from California to test the eastern 12-meters in the America's Cup trials. Coles Phinizy reports on the man and the boat.
Sparkling convenience has replaced traditional eccentricity in the baseball stadiums of the 1960s. Neil Leifer's color photographs show why the fun of the fan has been increased.
Who wears the pants made by Jax? Well, Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn, for a start. The swinging story of an ex-minor league shortstop who has made it big in Hollywood.