14 Five for the Flag
The American League pennant race is one of the closest in years, with five teams near the top of the standings
This is an article from the Aug. 7, 1967 issue
20 The Winning Ways of Winnipeg
The U.S. took most of the medals as the Pan-Am Games began, hut a pretty Canadian won her countrymen's hearts
26 Say Hey No More
Tired, sick and an aging 36, Willie Mays struggles to finish the longest season of his life
30 How To Hit Golf's Best Shot
Masters Champion Gay Brewer shows how to fade the hall—a technique that made him a winner
38 Always Leave 'Em Laughing
In Part 4 of his story, Quarterback Tran Tarkenton tells how he wins games and survives among the pass rushers
49 Revival of an Old Name
August IV and Supy, his Labrador retriever, have brought the Belmonts back to the world of sport
54 Dark Sky Over 'Tara'
A championship sailor with a talent for losing tells of a lifetime of trouble at sea
65 Baseball's Week
66 For the Record
67 19th Hole
Cover painting by Francis Golden
Credits on page 66
The saints of New Orleans march into pro football with more talent than any previous expansion club. Tex Maule reports on the NFL's newest and—so far—luckiest franchise.
Muhammad Ali's trainer, Angelo Dundee, begins an intimate and revealing account of the champion's career from Golden Gloves adolescence to heavyweight invincibility.
A gallery of great U.S. Thoroughbreds, at home in paddock and pasture, in color photographs by Jerry Cooke. From Bold Ruler to Swaps, most are now famous sires.