16 Something to Shout About
Ohio State and Penn State are leaving their fans limp as two intriguing coaches have a big, wild year
This is an article from the Nov. 11, 1968 issue
22 A Debt Was Paid off in Tears
The Olympics are over, but the altitude problem is not. Roger Bannister looks back in anger
24 Oakland Raids the Full House
Stopped by an unusual Kansas City formation three weeks ago, the Raiders crushed the Chiefs in the rematch
26 Sweet Life of an Olympic Doll
Pretty Peggy Fleming has been hard at work, transforming herself from Olympic gold medalist into TV star
28 My Passport Was at Shortstop
Noted Author Wilfrid Sheed describes coming here from England as a boy and searching for a ball game
36 A Creepy Crew Stalks Florida
Wide-open immigration for exotic animals is proving to be a dangerous policy on our Southern peninsula
58 The Mafia at Saratoga
At the shrine of U.S. Thoroughbred racing an odd mixture of horseplayers spends a memorable afternoon
44 College Football
54 Pro Basketball
75 For the Record
76 19th Hole
Credits on page 75
Cover photograph by Arthur Shay
The Killy style—and how-to get it—is described by the world's best skier in his first article since he won three skiing gold medals at the Grenoble Winter Olympic Games.
The century division may not be the NFL's strongest, but two of its teams, St. Louis and Cleveland, are engaged in a hot race for the title. Tex Maule assesses their chances.
The Aggie joke is a staple of Texas humor, but today's Aggies—including civilians and even coeds now—are not quite the down-home, just-folks targets they used to be.