Fabulous Namath
FABULOUS IN DEFEAT
Playing on a gimpy leg, Alabama's Joe Namath was the star of the Orange Bowl, but the surprising Texas Longhorns beat the country's No. 1 team by mixing long gains with muscular defense
Future Champs
TWO ONCE AND FUTURE CHAMPS
While Princeton's Bill Bradley demonstrated why he is the nation's best player with a spectacular performance in New York, UCLA knocked off some prime contenders for its national title in Los Angeles
GOLDEN DAYS AT THE DENTIST'S
Santa Anita, a sporting venture founded 30 years ago by a dentist who knew how to treat his clientele, has its grandest opening ever, and in the process establishes itself as America's best racetrack
The Story Of A Season: Part I
HOW THE COLTS MET TRIUMPH—AND DISASTER
After a stumbling start the Baltimore Colts played like a superteam, wrapping up the National Football League's Western Division title four weeks before the championship game with Cleveland. For young Coach Don Shula (opposite, with Quarterback Johnny Unitas) it was a satisfying experience—until the Colts ran into the Browns. Here Shula recalls it all, from the exhibition season through those final 60 minutes of shock and despair
Chilly Hot Rods
Big Tops
People
Little John
THE BIG ITCH THEY CALL LITTLE JOHN
John Mecom Jr. is the man's name, and the big itch is his game. What Mecom itches to do is build the best racing cars in America, and he is daring Detroit to stop him. He also itches to turn his family's Texas ranch into a land-based Noah's Ark, stocked with live specimens of every sort of African wildlife. The U.S. Government is proving a bit sticky about this project, but Mecom (shown here in his trophy-filled command post) is certain that he ultimately will get what he is after
For The Record
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)