14 Making a Match Point
Chris Evert aced Miss Musket, the pride of the West, in a $350,000 winner-take-all race
18 And Then Things Were Putt in Order
The leaders in the Women's Open were bumbling around until Sandra Haynie settled matters with two strokes
20 Summer of Their Discontent
A visit to the champion Dolphins' camp shows that a strike is no picnic—for pickets or players
22 Whooping It Up with the Indians
It has been years since Cleveland was on the warpath. Now it is a contender again, and the natives are restless
July 28, 1974
26 Women in Sport: A Progress Report
The SI series that won magazine journalism's top award is updated and the changes in just a year are astonishing
32 Shrewdest Rube Around
Del Miller, who does about everything there is to do in harness racing, may look like a hick—but he ain't
60 These Men, This Coach
The Steelers were talking Super Bowl last season, but it turned out to be idle chatter. Part I of a series
50 Track & Field
72 For the Record
74 19th Hole
Credits on page 72
Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.
Getting a boot out of the game are the West Coast fans of the North American Soccer League, who are turning out in record—and sellout—numbers to cheer their expansion teams.
Noss-tag-lee-uh is what some Brooklynites call their feeling for Ebbets Field. The Boys of Summer's Roger Kahn and Artist Robert Weaver remember the old ball park.
Geniuses at work—and play. Killer whales now prove their extraordinary intelligence by performing exacting tasks for the U.S. Navy as well as hamming it up at oceanariums.