32 Mass Mania to Push Ahead
Americans are on a new kick—togetherness. Be it on bike, raft or foot, they're participating by the horde
This is an article from the May 29, 1972 issue
36 Give an A-Plus to Bee Bee Bee
When Riva Ridge flunked the test in the Preakness, top marks went to a colt few believed could make the grade
38 Indian Uprising
Cleveland, long dormant in the American League, is suddenly on the move with some exciting new warriors
40 What Hath Louie Wrought?
Old Man Jacobs was a godfather to sport, in too many ways. His concessions empire has been linked to the mob
56 Power to the People
Boatwise, it entrances the millions—and animates the camera, as a color portfolio attests
66 Flight of the Arctic Spring
In haste, wildfowl flood North to nest; the season is short, and results can be savage for birds that tarry
86 Disciples of Another Creed
Sport has its revolutionary aspects at Stanford, where the students continue to be refreshingly different
76 Motor Sports
80 Harness Racing
82 Pro Basketball
101 For the Record
102 19th Hole
Credits on page 101
500 miles and a million dollars to go, with the fastest field ever all set to roll. From pitside, Robert F. Jones will cover what promises to be a sizzling Memorial Day classic.
A showdown between the front-runners in baseball features Houston pitching, speed and power against Los Angeles power, speed and, ah, pitching. William Leggett reports.
To dress up horse racing, Bill Veeck tried Lady Godiva for starters, and the fans at Suffolk Downs did sit up and begin to take notice. The first in a series of reminiscences.