16 Bonny Debut for Clyde
Eighteen-year-old David Clyde goes straight from high school to a major league mound—and triumph
20 He Forgot to Say Fill 'Er Up
Roger McCluskey hoped he had fuel for one last lap. But he ran out and Foyt ran in at Pocono
24 Crunch Went the Big Red Apple
Secretariat ate up another field, this time in Chicago, and gave racing fans one more day to remember
30 And Our Hats Are Off to You
Dave Wottle may forget to doff his cap at times, but he is the very model of a Middle American running man
36 Dog Days in the Country
Though the competition is still keen at a summer dog show, a country-fair atmosphere prevails
41 Never the Twain Shall Meet
The Yellowstone once was a Huck Finn river, idyllic for rafting, but now there is as much flotsam as fun
74 A Hundred Percent Is Not Enough
Try 110% instead, says Redskin Coach George Allen, who tells why he believes in work, work, work
62 Track & Field
70 Pro Basketball
87 For the Record
88 19th Hole
Credits on page 87
Cover photograph by Phillip Leonian
No Smith, no Nastase and no Australian will appear in the final match on Centre Court at Wimbledon, but the light is bright on the ladies and on upset-oriented youngsters.
Running Wild—which is part of the game—the rookie racing driver starts to earn star status. Bob Jones tells of the life and ever-faster times of young mover Jody Scheckter.
Roly Poly, puddin' and pie, poet J. D. Reed (a 300-pounder) sets out to talk to the tubbies of sport. He finds that they glory in their girth and are always ready to chew the fat.