Nov. 06, 1972
Nov. 06, 1972

Table of Contents
Nov. 6, 1972

Good Humor Men
Qs And As
Secret Land
  • Any tourist can go racing at the Moscow Hippodrome. It can be a pleasant afternoon with small crowds, 17 races on a program and all the cognac and caviar one could want. What takes more doing is getting to the grass roots of Russia's thoroughbred industry—visiting the country's studs. Sports Illustrated's horse racing editor is the only American journalist who has been invited to tour the breeding farms in the foothills of the Caucasus from which the Soviets hope a runner of international stature may someday emerge. The following is a diary of the trip.

Unburied Loot
College Football
Horse Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


24—Arthur Weeast
25—Wil Blanche
36, 41—Whitney Tower
51—Montreal Star-Canada Wide, Central Press-Pictorial Parade
52—Roy DeCarava
64—C. Wood
72, 73—UPI (4), AP (3), Brown Brothers
74, 75—UPI
89—Jim Shearin-Commercial Appeal

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