12 Supermex Strikes Again
Colorful Lee Trevino fought his way into a playoff, where he beat Jack Nicklaus to capture his second U.S. Open
This is an article from the June 28, 1971 issue
16 Put Away the Putter
He wasn't even in the U.S. Open, but back-to-back holes in one made John Hudson immortal
18 Billy the Kid as Peacemaker
No kidding, the Detroit manager is dropping his dukes in favor of more winning ways
20 Good Guys, Bad Guys and Bighorn
When word got out that hunters were shooting protected sheep, a secret agent started a hunt of his own
26 Stating the Case for Howie the Horse
A noted horseman explains the virtues and vices inherent in New York City's new off-track betting system
30 Exterminating a Ping-Pong Pest
Dick Miles, 10-time U.S. champion, tells how to handle the opponent who usually wins by blocking the ball back
36 Backer of a Bearback Ride
Jonny Rivers trains the animals that provide Gulfstream Park with some wild races on Florida Derby Day
62 Bats, Busts and Size-15 Sneakers
Those reliquaries known as halls of fame are sprouting across the American landscape like Dairy Queens
10 TV Talk
77 For the Record
78 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Credits on page 77
Chinese torture tactics are being used by the National Football League against five Ohio State early-round draft choices, according to their agent. Mort Sharnik reports.
Follow the yellow synthetic track might be the theme of the 1971 AAU national track and field championships in Eugene, Ore., where Pat Putnam will describe the action.
George Plimpton compares his competitive fantasies at the Wimbledon tennis championships with those of the game's top stars, who will be playing in Britain this week.