Dec. 08, 1969
Dec. 08, 1969

Table of Contents
Dec. 8, 1969

Jack's Course
A Good Loser
College Football
Horse Shows
Effete East
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 Overdue Winner in New York
The city has not had a world champion for two months but the Knicks are ready for the role

This is an article from the Dec. 8, 1969 issue

22 Doo Wa Diddies: Get Lost!
The richest ($4,350 in prizes) surfing contest in history had enough problems without free-thinking townies

24 Jack's Course Is Arnie's, Too
Jack Nicklaus helped design the 18-hole layout in Hilton Head, S.C. where Arnold Palmer won a tournament

28 Spitmouth Puffers in the Living Room
Bob Abplanalp, his aerosol valve business ssssssting along, turns his ingenuity to creating instant Caribbean

36 You Can't Beat a Good Loser
Forget who won or lost or how they played the game, all the bettor wants to know is did they beat the points

69 A PTA Meeting Is Tougher
This is how Doris Brown, a part-time teacher, described her win in the women's cross-country championship

72 Welcome to Cowtown—East
There are live and rough cows in Cowtown, N.J., and there are real Eastern cowboys to ride and rope them

The departments

11 Scorecard
49 College Football
60 Sporting Look
63 People
64 Horse Shows
66 Boating
69 Cross-Country
89 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Credits on page 89

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.


Next week

Texas vs. Arkansas presents a classic battle, an end-of-the-season game between No. 1 and No. 2, with the national championship at stake. Dan Jenkins reports the action.

Showboating Ashland sets off with a bang and ends with a whisper. Peter Carry writes about a frustrating small-college team that is fun to watch until it starts playing.

A Lebanese lawyer from South Dakota is seeking happiness as owner of the Miami Dolphins. Mark Kram studies a man of controversy who once dared to fire Flipper.