14 The Day of the Dolphins
With Larry Csonka surging irresistibly through the Viking line, Miami won its second straight Super Bowl
This is an article from the Jan. 21, 1974 issue
20 Trying Hardest, but Still No. 2
No team is more zealous than the Chicago Bulls, but it is their fate to vie with the No. 1 Bucks
22 Scenario of Pride—and Decline
They are not the same Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali who battled three years ago, but showmen still
30 Bad Start, Good Ending
That is how Steve Williams runs the 100, for which he shares the world record. He is a world-class talker, too
38 Look, Mom, No Hans
Now you see him, now you don't. Artist Hans-Georg Rauch returns from the slopes with a whimsical sketchbook
64 A Mystery Wrapped in an Enigma
As play begins to find a challenger for Bobby Fischer, a close associate tells of the man and his eccentricity
48 College Basketball
77 For the Record
78 19th Hole
Credits on page 77
Boxing strongman Bob Arum is little known, but no matter who wins he will be around long after the Frazier-Ali fight. Mark Kram portrays the game's latest impresario.
Hound and Hammer, nicknames of a pair of Philadelphia hockey heavies, are the mortar and pestle with which the Flyers grind the enemy. A close-up in words and photographs.
The Last Resort, in a manner of speaking, is Palmas del Mar, a Puerto Rican wonderland where at an eventual cost of $750 million taste will triumph over the ticky-tacky.