10 Bubbles and Bounces
Champagne-swigging Ralph Doubell won the 1,000-yard run in L.A. as Naftali Bon fizzled on the bouncing boards
This is an article from the Jan. 26, 1970 issue
14 Cousy Makes the Royals Run
The new coach, who was responsible for so many innovations as a player, is now transforming a team
18 Sky-High Stakes on London Bridge
On the play of a single card, Omar Sharif's Circus or the English experts could have lost $5,000
20 A Tiny Champion at Work
Training for her U.S. title defense, little Janet Lynn presents a many-faceted image of figure skating
26 Captain Cool Strikes Again
Britain's John Wyer transfers his sports car genius from Ford to Porsche as Daytona opens a new season
30 'You're Not Getting Maudie Frickert'
When corporations discovered TV sports gets to men, life in rural America changed forever. Last of a series
50 Ted Williams—My Year
The boss of the Senators pauses during an African safari to paint an unusually frank picture of a team on the make
38 College Basketball
61 For the Record
62 19th Hole
Credits on page 61
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Teetering at the top, college basketball's No. 1 team is doing a hairbreadth Harry as it fights to hold its new, Alcindorless image. A report on UCLA by Curry Kirkpatrick.
Willie Shoemaker starts the story of his career, in which he has won more money than any U.S. athlete in history, and he talks frankly about many memorable racing moments.
The night golfer, Dave Marr, may not lead the tour in winnings but, as Dan Jenkins writes affectionately, he has no peer in the salons of Manhattan's 52nd Street.