20 Mod Man Out
Rather than sell a bar reportedly patronized by gamblers, Joe Namath quits football—but he may be back
This is an article from the June 16, 1969 issue
24 Revenge Was Sweet
After losing to him in the Derby and Preakness, Arts and Letters trounced Majestic Prince in the Belmont
28 The Brawler at the Threshold
Jerry Quarry prepares for his most important bout, against Joe Frazier, with an advantage in fighting style
34 A King Is Asked To Earn His Way
Arnold Palmer, forced to play a 36-hole qualification round to enter the U.S. Open, passes the test in style
36 Kids' Crusade in Boston
The young set is having a love-in with the Boston Red Sox and Fenway Park, where attendance is a matter of records
46 Merrily, Merrily, Merrily, Merrily...
An author, SDS member, worried rebel and rower gives one young mans view of Columbia and its crew
66 Never the Twain Shall...
New pros replace old colonials as changes in Asia's golf tour reflect changes in life from Singapore to Hong Kong
58 Track & Field
64 Harness Racing
79 For the Record
80 Baseball's Week
82 19th Hole
Cover photograph by United Press International
Credits on page 79
Drug use by athletes is a danger to sport. In the first of a three-part series. Bil Gilbert tells who takes what and why, and points to the possibility of a major scandal.
Lee's Fleas will be out in force when the colorful Trevino tries to make it two straight in the U.S. Open at Houston. Dan Jenkins reports if he is successful—and if not, who is.
Peter Ustinov is no threat to Rod Laver, but the noted actor-playwright, who has always been an ardent follower of tennis, offers some amusing recollections and observations.