16 Start in Back and Attack
In the ninth row at the start, Johnny Rutherford tracked down A. J. Foyt to win a classic Indy
This is an article from the June 3, 1974 issue
20 Putting Some Cuffs on the Fists
As less robust teams emulate Philadelphia's pugnacity, the NHL moves to prevent fisticuffs from ruining the game
22 Still Alive and Kicking
Ralph Honk has exchanged pinstripes for Tiger stripes, but he has yet to sharpen a team long in the tooth
24 Gold to Ivory, Ashes for Tony
Unappreciated sprinter Ivory Crockett proved his world record no fluke, but celebrated Tony Waldrop staggered
28 Montreal's Motto: Have Fun
Novel ideas on how to make the Olympics, well, enjoyable, have the city and its peppy mayor looking to '76
40 The Film-Flam Men
The mystery about sports movies isn't Who Dun It so much as why, and how come they dun it so badly
58 He Took the British for a Ride
An American wheeler-dealer raided England of a wealth of sporting art and turned a pretty—$15 million—profit
54 Box Lacrosse
73 For the Record
74 19th Hole
Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman
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The fever to succeed where all challengers have failed has Australia back once again into the quest for the America's Cup. Coles Phinizy writes of the ultimate in seasickness.
Cash handouts, phony credits and fraudulent test scores led to the athletic collapse of Long Beach State. A poignant case study of cheating in intercollegiate sport.