April 22, 1968
April 22, 1968

Table of Contents
April 22, 1968

Motor Sports
Horse Racing
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 Golf's Craziest Drama
A cruel technicality destroyed the popular Roberto de Vicenzo and awarded the Masters to Bob Goalby

This is an article from the April 22, 1968 issue Original Layout

20 The Battle of the Big Towns
As Stanley Cup hockey heated up, the best war was between the Chicago Black Hawks and the New York Rangers

22 Reminiscent, Reliable and Revealing
A new film on the oldtime boxers is a real eye-opener. The past masters may have been overrated all along

26 Angry Overseer of the Marathon
He is Jock Semple, and if you have any ideas of making a mockery of his race, you had better get ready to run

34 A Spring Classic of Urbane Racing
Nashville's Iroquois Steeplechase is a mix of racing and social events. A report with color photographs

40 Part II: Tough Baseball
Pitcher Sal Maglie concludes the story of his life in the game with fond memories of the great Giant-Dodger days

68 Triumph in Obscurity
Once basketball's most successful coach, Phil Woolpert finds satisfaction on a small San Diego campus

The departments

9 Scorecard
50 People
52 Bridge
55 Baseball
61 Golf
63 Motor Sports
66 Horse Racing
83 For the Record
84 Baseball's Week
86 19th Hole

Credits on page 83

Cover photographs by Neil Leifer


Next week

On, brave Army! On, Navy and Air Force, too. All three service academies can have big-time football, writes John Underwood, as long as they hire men like Army's Tom Cahill.

All the swinging in the Tournament of Champions is not done on the golf course as the top pros go to Las Vegas and a chance to win as much by day as they lose by night.

Biggest fisherman of all time was Zane Grey, whose records still stand and whose novels are still hot sellers. Robert Boyle examines Grey's double life as author and angler.