Contents

September 15, 1968

26 Arthur All the Way
In the first U.S. Open Tennis Championships, Arthur Ashe proves he is able to stand beside the world's best

30 Rebuttal to a Searing Attack
Jack Nicklaus, the subject of a bitter verbal assault by the secretary of the PGA, answers his critics

32 Race to Keep the Title Out of Bed
If he doesn't watch out, some American Leaguer will win the batting title with the lowest average in history

34 'And in This Corner...NCR 315'
With the help of a computer and old boxing records, a Florida promoter packages radio's hottest show in years

Pro Football 1968
50 Though the game seems sound, there may be danger ahead

Scouting Reports

52 NFL: CAPITOL DIVISION
58 NFL: CENTURY DIVISION
64 NFL: CENTRAL DIVISION
70 NFL: COASTAL DIVISION
76 AFL: WESTERN DIVISION
82 AFL: EASTERN DIVISION

100 A House with Built-in Motion
Architect Richard Foster lives in a truly mobile home—it turns 360 degrees in the Connecticut countryside

110 A Cowboy Named Dandy Don
Don Meredith, the Dallas quarterback, is dedicated to winning the NFL title and having fun at the next party

The departments

17 Scorecard
88 People
93 Boxing
96 Horse Racing
100 Design for Sport
104 Swimming
133 Baseball's Week
134 For the Record
135 19th Hole

Credits on page 134

Cover photograph by Fred Kaplan

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Next week

Phony Grass gets its first outdoor test in big-time college football as Tennessee meets Georgia in an opener that will tell much about the SEC and tomorrow's playing fields.

Olympic Trials pile on top of Olympic trials but the biggest one, track and field, takes place over a period of eight days at 7,365 feet near Lake Tahoe. John Underwood reports.

Boisterous Butch van Breda Kolff is pro basketball's natural man. Jack Olsen reports on the unique coach who this year faces a singular challenge—Wilt Chamberlain.

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