12 Two Routs to a Title
Brushing aside Houston and North Carolina, UCLA continues its reign as national champion
This is an article from the April 1, 1968 issue
18 The Birds, the Bees and the Porsches
The birds are girl drivers who annoyed boy drivers who buzzed in vain at Sebring's victors
20 A Heavy Blow in a Windy City
A mere gale lifted the roof off Philadelphia's Spectrum, but the aftermath has been a political hurricane
22 After You, My Dear Mohamed
In a demanding cross-country race, Gaston Roelants was injured as local boy Mohamed Gammoudi won
24 Is Schollander a Swimmer?
Yale's introspective Olympic gold-medal star says no and describes himself as a man who happens to swim
38 The Other World of the Ring
Here, in a picture essay, is the real but private realm of the fighter, watched by thousands, seen by few
46 Operation Build and Destroy
Kentucky politicians and the Army Corps of Engineers are ready to dam the Red River and drown a beautiful gorge
60 A City of Complexes
Oakland has glorious new sports facilities and five pro teams of its own, but has not found happiness
75 For the Record
76 Basketball's Week
78 19th Hole
Credits on page 75
Cover photograph by Rich Clarkson
The masters has no rival in U.S. golf when it comes to tradition, ceremony and grandeur, but much of what happens is backstage. Dan Jenkins tells some of the secrets of Augusta.
Stanley Cup Hockey begins its longest run yet as expansion teams play for the first time. Pete Axthelm reviews a topsy-turvy season and predicts how the cup warfare will go.
Two derbies on Saturday, one at Santa Anita and the other at Gulfstream Park, sharpen the prospects for the Derby—the one to be held at Churchill Downs in May, of course.