18 A Bird in Hand and a Burning Busch
Richie Alien finally showed up in the Cardinal camp but Owner Gussie Busch was still seething at these parlous times
This is an article from the March 23, 1970 issue
24 Up Jump the Canucks
In danger of missing hockey's playoffs, the Montreal Canadiens had to win last week—and did
26 Even End to an Eventful Year
It will be close, but UCLA, which always seems to rise to the occasion, should win its fourth NCAA title in a row
34 The Merchandise Is Horses
Supermarket Owner Wendell Rosso buys thoroughbreds the way he buys carloads of bananas
40 Clancy's Gym Is Danny's Turf
Sparring partners like Danny Andrews are paid only for working with name fighters, and the pay is low
48 Bloody Nights on the Lone Prairie
Feathers fly in the pits when chicken-fighters get together on Saturdays in Satanta, Kansas
68 A Handful of Aces
Upsetting bridge tradition, Texan Ira Corn plans to win the world title with the game's first team of pros
52 College Basketball
64 Track & Field
79 For the Record
82 19th Hole
Credits on page 79
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Basketball climax comes in Maryland and New York, with reports by Joe Jares and William Reed on UCLA's bid for the NCAA title and Pete Maravich's fling in the NIT.
A comic-opera vendetta flares in Ohio as Pitcher Dean Chance turns boxing promoter and moves in on the territory of one Don Elbaum. A front-line dispatch from Myron Cope.
Sky-high skiing is the big thing in Canada's Bugaboos: you copter to the top—and then run for miles. A colorful spring portfolio by skiing cameraman John G. Zimmerman.