12 The Cincy Cannonball
Propelled by power, speed and pitching, the Big Red Machine roars into a new stadium hot after the pennant
This is an article from the July 13, 1970 issue
18 Red Baron in the Wild Blue Yonder
High among the hawks over Texas, soarers vied for the world title—hut a German ace heat them all
22 Moving in for a Land Grab
A presidential committee, chaired by Wayne Aspinall, no friend of conservation, submits an astonishing report
28 New Chance at the Cup
Designing yachts to compete for the America's Cup is always a gamble, but Britton Chance may beat the odds
34 The Calgary Stampede
"The greatest outdoor show on earth"—in drawings by Paul Hogarth and text by Eric Whitehead
50 Almost Roses for Rosewall
But a gallant bid failed before the power and talent of a younger Aussie at Wimbledon
54 Who Are the Hub Men?
They are sportsmen and politicians who have denied Boston a stadium—and maybe put it ahead
42 Baseball's Week
52 Harness Racing
69 For the Record
70 19th Hole
Cover photograph by James Drake
Credits on page 69
The toughest Chicano, Viking Quarterback Joe Kapp never ducks a fight. He tells how he became a man of machismo in the first of a three-part series with Jack Olsen.
SWIM LIKE A FISH? Even the most habituated dog-paddler can make pool life a pleasure if he heeds the clear instructions of Dr. James Counsilman, coach of champions.
Luck of the Irish brought Dick Andrews a champion greyhound racer and helps him recover the loot for his insurance company after Miami's biggest jewel thefts.