12 Mmmm, It's M & M
Mauling their opponents by identical 27-10 scores, Miami and Minnesota advanced to the Super Bowl
This is an article from the Jan. 7, 1974 issue
18 One Sweet Sugar Bowl
Bear Bryant's Alabama and Ara Parseghian's Notre Dame spent New Year's Eve trying to decide which was No. 1
20 Hounding the Cats for the Owls
Temple's Jerry Baskerville, not listed in the program, scared people just warming up for the Quaker Classic
24 The Vita's Still Dolce, but...
Derek Sanderson, the big spender of the Boston Bruins, samples life in the minor leagues
30 Search for Brand-New Earth Games
The creator of the Whole Earth catalogs turns his madcap mind to recreation, running a test-tube tournament
36 Rising Game of the Rising Sun
To satisfy its yen for golf, Japan is building new courses like cameras, while buying up old ones in the U.S.
50 Cold Trail into Adventure
Ear out on Alaska's frontier, the two strangers faced challenges—and an igloo that wouldn't stay put
46 College Basketball
62 For the Record
64 19th Hole
Credits on page 62
Who do you like in the Super Bowl? Statistician Bud Goode makes his pick with the aid of a computer. Fearless Tex Maule, on the other hand, relies on sheer empiricism.
Bing's thing launches the 1974 golf tour and Jack Nicklaus, the defending champ, will be there at the Crosby to face up to a tough new challenge. Dan Jenkins observes.
Youth is served on the New York Nets. The starters average only 22.5 years of age but Dr. J. and his colleagues have set a fast pace after a slow beginning. Peter Carry reports.