12 It's That Time Again
...when the National League suffers pennant fever. Temperatures are especially high in Chicago and California
This is an article from the Aug. 30, 1971 issue
18 Having at a Ball in Havana
Washed by waves of hospitality and signs of hostility, the U.S. volleyball team bows to a fired-up band of Cubans
22 Swing Wide, Sweet Chariot
Une de Mai, a 7-year-old mare, proves she's all that she used to be in the Roosevelt International Trot
24 Hot Wheels Italian Style
The names Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati grace the hoods and dashboards of the world's most elegant toys
30 I'm Going to Punish Them'
Baltimore Tight End John Mackey, back from 1970 knee surgery and tough league negotiations, is hungry for revenge
47 Marty Just Might Be the Man
Steadying down, coming up stronger, a relative unknown named Riessen could be a factor at Forest Hills
56 A Clutch of Odd Birds
The Q-Room was more than just a pool parlor. It was an institution of higher learning
53 Horse Racing
74 For the Record
75 19th Hole
Credits on page 74
Cover photograph by John Iacono
Head-to-head competition returns to the professional golf tour after 14 years, in the U.S. Match Play Championships from Pinehurst, N.C. Dan Jenkins reports on the action.
What goes up in the world of offshore racing always comes down, often with a colorful bounce. A portfolio of powerboats, with a portrait of the man who builds them.
Hooked on dogs and loving every minute of it, greyhound fancier Michael Brennan examines the Irish penchant for all kinds of animals, and particularly for canines.