18 West in a Birdbath
Minnesota and Oakland came into Baltimore, ready to clean up in the East, but it was the Orioles who did the soaking
24 The Man Takes Charge of His Horse
Frank McMahon tells the full story behind his decision to give Majestic Prince his shot at the Belmont Stakes
34 In the Corner for Kicks
Dr. Ferdie Pacheco cares for the fighters in Angelo Dundee's stable "just for the pleasure"
40 Down to the Sea in Anything
Today more and more people are finding more ways to have more fun on the water. A sampling of what's new
June 1, 1969
58 Water, Water, Everywhere—at a Price
And the price is high as urban America mounts its biggest coast-to-coast rush for vacation homes
70 Stars Fell in California
All kinds of records were supposed to be broken at the Modesto relays, but the big names didn't shine
72 Confessions of a Retarded Tiger
Tennis balls bounced off the roof, rocks flew at a railroad sign and the obsession of a lifetime evolved
62 College Baseball
70 Track & Field
84 For the Record
87 Baseball's Week
89 19th Hole
Cover photograph by James Drake
Credits on page 84
Indianapolis pits Ford against Offenhauser power and pole man A. J. Foyt against a bristling field of top 500 drivers. A report in depth by Kim Chapin, illustrated in color.
The eyes of Texas and the rest of the world will be on Texas when the U.S. Open comes to Champions in Houston. Dan Jenkins and Jack Nicklaus preview the event.
The great air race between New York and London propels Writer Bob Ottum and two co-conspirators into an Alfred Hitchcock atmosphere of pursuit, peril and chicanery.