12 One Way to Dam the Tide
A third-string quarterback with first-string ways leads Tennessee to an upset victory over Alabama
18 Earl, Earl, Earl the Pearl
The chant that followed rookie Monroe through his college basketball career is now heard in Baltimore
20 Bully Buildup in Old Mexico
The pace quickened as pre-Olympians cavorted, workmen sped to catch up and aficionados ogled the girls
24 A Rumor Scotched, a Starr Revived
Green Bay and Bart Starr were through, the whispers hinted, but on Sunday that pipedream died
October 30, 1967
26 The Cup Runneth and Runneth
As Artist Marc Simont was quick to see, there's a lot more to America's Cup racing than just two boats
34 Top Man on the Laugh Tour
Paul Hahn has never won a Masters or a U.S. Open, but his annual golf earnings are in the Nicklaus bracket
53 Crowned King of the Road
In Mexico, Grand Prix racing gets a new hero who wonders what the shouting is about
62 Menace in Our Northern Parks
One night last August two girls camped 10 miles apart were killed by grizzlies. Moreover, it could happen again
44 College Football
53 Motor Sports
77 For the Record
78 19th Hole
Credits on page 77
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
The hockey expansion into six U.S. cities is examined by Pete Axthelm, who looks at prospects and problems as Montreal Coach Toe Blake tells how to enjoy the game.
The least wanted quarterback in pro football was Dan Reeves of Dallas—at one time. Now things have changed. Tex Maule scouts the hard-charging halfback who just made it.
One must go when young Jerry Quarry and aging Floyd Patterson, who drew their last time out, meet again in L.A. Mark Kram reports on the heavyweight elimination bout.