18 No Bombs but Lots of Bullets
They have little in common with the old Yanks except the name, but they heat their toughest foes on the road
This is an article from the Sept. 23, 1974 issue
22 Gillie Was a Steeler Driving Man
Joe Gilliam won the Pittsburgh quarterback job from two other men and proved his worth by demolishing Baltimore
24 Foggily, Soggily, Courageously
That was the pattern as the U.S. defender opened strong in the America's Cup despite murky, disappointing air
26 A Hall of Fame Gate-Crasher
Golf's version of Cooperstown was dedicated at Pinehurst and Johnny Miller indicated he, too, wants a pedestal
38 There's Gold in Them Nuggets
San Francisco was last in the NFL West in 1973, but fielded a winning all-girl team of booted ambassadors
58 Grim Climax to a Thunderous Run
An assault on the world outboard speed record began splendidly, but ended in a disastrous flip
64 Speed with Style
Racing driver Peter Revson was handsome, rich and famous at 35. Then came the spring of 1974
47 College Football
56 Track & Field
61 Asian Games
74 For the Record
77 19th Hole
Credits on page 74
Waking the echoes for Notre Dame is Quarterback Tom Clements, whose heroics made the Irish the champions last year. Ray Kennedy looks at the team and its leader.
Super problems may be brewing for Super Bowl champion Miami after an opening-game loss to the Pats. Dan Jenkins reports as O.J. and the Bills test the Dolphins again.
TINTYPES: Frank Deford engages in relaxed and sometimes irreverent conversation with the commissioners of the major pro sports. Do you sleep in the nude, Bowie Kuhn?