22 A Matter of Celtic Pride
Boston has a new champion, but the team that beat Milwaukee has the old ingredients: tradition plus Havlicek
This is an article from the May 20, 1974 issue
26 Deep in the Heart, For a Change
Texans have begun to care about the once-woeful Rangers, a baseball team with new faces and abilities
28 Leapin' Lizards, It's UCLA Again
Like their basketball brothers of yore, the volleyball Bruins won the NCAA title for the fourth time in five years
30 Mixing Up the Fast and Frivolous
First came Foyt, then came the storm at Indy qualifying, followed by a much slower field of streakers
36 A Golden Week for a Lot of Oldies
Youth wasn't served in the WCT final and team tennis seemed a good racket for some retirees
44 Short, Sweet and Deadly
Artist Don Moss presents a gallery of treacherous little par-3 golf holes; Jack Nicklaus advises how to play them
52 One Hot Spot after Another
Off to a ragged re-start with the A's, Alvin Dark reflects on troubles he's seen in other towns
78 Journey to the Center of the Earth
A man in the maw of a cave can only wonder what lies beyond—it may be beauty or a beast of an experience
72 Horse Racing
95 For the Record
96 19th Hole
Credits on page 95
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Second Salvo for Cannonade is the Preakness, in which some new colts will be gunning for the winner of the Kentucky Derby. Whitney Tower describes the big blast at Pimlico.
Command performance is in order for the Colonial, the first of golf's designated tournaments, at which all of the leading players must appear. And so also must Dan Jenkins.
Sacred Rites of servitude bind sumo wrestlers to Japan's feudal past. But these men who glory in girth and strength also take pride in their sport's bondage. Kenny Moore reports.