Pro Tennis
FIRST A MASSAGE, THEN A MESSAGE
Rod Laver got one and Dick Stockton the other as the WCT started a four-month tour that will reach the world's capitals and crannies. While the Aussie won in Miami, reports from Wales were foggy
BUZZING TO GLORY
What were the tiny flying tiger (above) and the little bitty bomb doing? They were merely stealing the show at The Great Miami Air Race—and proving that it is always nicer to win one for the nippers
THE BULLETS ARE HIGH CALIBER
And Baltimore is loaded. The return of Archie Clark, the acquisition of Elvin Hayes and the transformation of Mike Riordan have made it an explosive team, one with a real shot at the NBA title
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Track & Field
Search your soul, then run like blazes
Which is what Steve Prefontaine, tender of knee and sore of spirit, did last Saturday in the Sunkist Meet's two-mile race. He hadn't looked so good—or sounded so cocky—since the happy days before Munich
Motor Sports
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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MEET THE NEW CHAMP!
George Foreman, big and confident, surprised everybody but himself by taking the world title from Joe Frazier. What next? At least three good challengers—the heavyweight division lives again!