Jan. 17, 1972
Jan. 17, 1972

Table of Contents
Jan. 17, 1972

  • By Peter Carry

    Along came Los Angeles, with 33 victories and a full head of steam. And here came the Bucks, determined to stop the train by throwing themselves right in front of it

Milwaukee Basketball
Super Bowl Preview
Marina Life
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


They Made Milwaukee Famous

This is an article from the Jan. 17, 1972 issue

12 The Bucks: they stopped the longest winning streak
15 Marquette: scared, bloodied but still undefeated

18 Lowering the Olympic Boom
For years he warned about amateur skiing and for years nobody listened. Now Avery Brundage means business

20 Who Do You Like in the Super Bowl?
Tex Maule and John Underwood made their picks, Tex taking Dallas (who else?) and John Miami (natch)

26 Park Your Boat Downtown
The bounding main meets Main Street in Marina del Rey, and the new fashions are nifty there—or anywhere

44 Hold Up Your Head, Tom Doty
It is hard to believe, but nobody ever shot a better round of golf than this obscure Chicago pro

48 Fly Me—if You Dare
Five lessons in falconry from Mr. Glasier can make you soar or leave you as chicken and bird-brained as ever

The departments

9 Scorecard
38 People
40 College Basketball
44 Golf
46 Bowling
59 For the Record
60 19th Hole

Credits on page 59

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman


Next week

Two teams with desire, Dallas and Miami, meet (appropriately) in New Orleans in Super Bowl VI. Tex Maule, a man who knows an intangible when he sees one, will report.

'Tis the season to be picking 10 bests, so we have a list of the top 10 U.S. skiers who ski for fun, not money—an action portfolio, with the reasons for their style and excellence.

Pride and the promise of celebrity made Richie Connors run and made him a schoolboy star. But then the clapping stopped, he lost top billing and heroin became the substitute.