Yesterday
'Ouch' At The T-Bird
THE WORD FOR THE T-BIRD WAS 'OUCH'
The Thunderbird was a rich but routine warmup for the U.S. Open until Jack Nicklaus got a pain in the neck and Arnold Palmer enlivened his comeback with some shots that hurt
Pitcher Explosion
Young Sailors
Baseball
The invisible man on the mound
The curious case of Baltimore's Dick Hall, who is 6 feet 6½ inches tall and has the same nickname as Pancho Villa's horse, yet remains wrapped in obscurity after 10 big-league years
Rowing
Track & Field
Class wins over mass at Albuquerque
Teams battled for the title in the collegiate championships, but in the end it was the performance of three superstars from Southern California that meant the difference
Goodson And Todman
LORDS OF FUN AND GAMES
Mark Goodson (left) and Bill Todman have more than 125 million Americans watching and playing their games each week. As the inventors of contests that demand mild wit and skill and make participants of viewers, they are now the Pooh-Bahs of playland
Baseball's Week
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments