18 All Ablaze at Center
Hockey's most conspicuous young stars march to different drums, but they play the same position
This is an article from the Feb. 26, 1973 issue
22 Putting the Arm on a King
The duel between Margaret Court and Billie Jean King for No. 1 rank is about ready for a smashing return
24 Dr. K, Big Cat and Little Tubby
The rest of the cast includes Mr. Nice and Billy Bipp. Together they play dramatic basketball at Memphis State
26 Doggy Doings in the Garden
A slight sense of change at Westminster, but still a lot of barking, growling and whining—canine and otherwise
34 Everybody's Doing the Hot Dog
The craze, not the sandwich, is sweeping the country as skiing's younger set turns to stunting
39 But Only on Sunday
Ron Clarke, who set 17 world records, now runs for fun, undisturbed by his status as an Australian nonhero
66 Eyeball to Eyeball with Africa
The animal-filled velds of Georgia, Canada and New Jersey as seen from four-wheel cages made in Detroit
48 College Basketball
62 Pro Basketball
80 For the Record
82 19th Hole
Credits on page 80
Cover photograph by Tony Triolo
What do Bench, Unitas, Frazier, Revson, Laver, Killy et al. have in common? They are taking part in a sort of decathlon to decide who is the world's best athlete—sort of.
Race drivers dream of the perfect circuit, but it took Jackie Stewart to design the master plan for a dream course that might well turn out to be all things to all motoring.
Broadway's best this season has to do with sport, and now comes David Storey's disturbing play; The Changing Room. An exclusive excerpt, plus Storey's own thoughts.