14 When the Stars Cross
Home runs, followed hard by end runs, disoriented the sports world as the twain finally met
This is an article from the Aug. 7, 1972 issue
18 'You Know Me, Al,' said Joe
And Al Unser does, indeed, know Joe Leonard. What he did not know was that Joe had won the Pocono 500
20 Bonny Rematch for Two Belles
In tennis' new ringing rivalries Australia defeated the U.S., but Chris Evert chimed in with a sweet victory
22 Teaching Junior the Palmer Method
The Hiskey-Zarley team won the title, but the real winner was Nicklaus sub Jack Lewis, who got pointers and ink
28 The Blood and Thunder Boys
Miami's Jim Kiick likes to run where the holes are, Larry Csonka where they aren't. Either way, bring help
34 Flying by the Seat of Your Pants
The good old days of aviation live again as collectors and their antiques buzz it up in the Iowa blue yonder
54 Leapin' Lizards and Other Fauna
A Costa Rican odyssey starring 'Oceanea,' a homely cousin of' African Queen,' and innumerable sports of sorts
46 Horse Racing
67 For the Record
68 19th Hole
Credits on page 67
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Regeared and Humming, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine is threatening to blitz the National League West. William Leggett reports on the Reds' pennant romp-in-the-making.
The eyes of Texas are beaming over the Dallas Cowboys' dazzling—and richly functional—new showplace. John G. Zimmerman's color camera goes deep into its heart.
The better half can wind up second best if the man of the house is off playing for a living. A searching look at the wives of several professional athletes by Jeannette Bruce.