20 Underdog Bites Back
Second-seeded at the Eastern sprints because of a single defeat, Harvard's crew proved it is still topdog
This is an article from the May 19, 1969 issue
24 What Has Gone Wrong, Jack?
Jack Nicklaus, who won seven major championships before he was 28, is playing the worst golf of his career
26 Rebels Any Way You Cut It
Bearding the Establishment is the rage, and a trio with hair-trigger tempers follow the hair-raising trend
28 Some Kids Make a Sad Man Happy
After hitless 1968, Dodger Manager Walt Alston switched on the youth movement. The team has been lit up since
36 Where the Horse Abides
England's ancient home of the Thoroughbred is portrayed in sensitive color photography
44 Part 2: The Grizzly Bear Murder Case
Killer bears turn a peaceful evening at Glacier National Park into a night of horror
74 Golf's Underwater Underworld
Scavenging for balls lost in water hazards is a $1 million a week business, and much of it is carried on illegally
72 Horse Racing
90 For the Record
95 Baseball's Week
97 19th Hole
Credits on page 90
Cover photograph by Herb Scharfman
Indy heroics begin with the race for the pole position, reported by Kim Chapin. The huge enterprise that is the 500 has a number of unsung heroes, too—shown in color.
The preakness offers Majestic Prince another jewel for his crown, Top Knight the opportunity to run back to his earlier form and Arts and Letters some sweet revenge.
The All-America family lives in Bel Air, Calif. and is named Vandeweghe—Ernie, Colleen and their four children, whose competitiveness covers the whole range of sport.