14 Lew Is Not Enough
Milwaukee has the best record and Alcindor dominates the game, hut the Bucks still have to beat New York
This is an article from the Feb. 8, 1971 issue
18 No Practice Makes Almost Perfect
Randy Matson finally has a rival in the shotput—Al Feuerbach, who throws only when it counts
20 ¬°Ay Chihuahua! What a Race
Mexico's Pedro Rodriguez was a big winner in a Daytona 24 Hours in which crippled cars arose and raced on
22 Down to Earth in Britain
Riding horses in jump races is exciting and perilous, as six pages of color photographs vividly demonstrate
30 Fighting Carpenter from Scotland
Smoothest boxer since Sugar Ray, Kenny Buchanan defends his lightweight title in Los Angeles next week
42 Red-Hot New Pistol in Rebel Land
Johnny Neumann, the new Pistol Pete, and his campus-queen wife Carolyn set Mississippi on its ear
54 Phantoms of the Snow
When America's elite ski troops finally got their chance they produced a glorious—if remarkably unsnowy—victory
42 College Basketball
48 Motor Sports
69 For the Record
70 19th Hole
Credits on page 69
Cover photograph by Neil Leifer
It's grudge time for USC and UCLA, and for once the Trojans are slight favorites to beat college basketball's perennial champions. Joe Jares views the crosstown rivalry.
Who'll be the next Unitas? Brodie? Jurgensen? Tex Maule sums up the chances of the NFL's young quarterbacks and such draftees as Jim Plunkett and Archie Manning.
A dream boat both racy and luxurious shows Yachtsman Carleton Mitchell how much cruising can be packed into a long Bahamas weekend. Illustrations by Ted Lodigensky.