Yogi
George Levy
IF IT MOVES, SAID GEORGE, THEY'LL BET ON IT
That conviction was the vital element in George Morton Levy's dream of staging harness races at night, and it transformed the country pastime of his youth into a major sport. The open stands, shown by Artist Ed Kasper in his interpretive portrait of Levy (opposite), became Roosevelt Raceway, the plush citadel of trotting reflected in Levy's eyeglass. A betting man all his hectic life, Levy almost lost this biggest gamble because of a famous telecast
People
Golf
Boating
Bill Luders has them crying: Beat the bird!
In two sets of trials 'American Eagle' has flicked her tail feathers in the eyes of every other would-be cup defender. Her speed is a testament to the designing skill and intuition of yachting's most modest man
Bridge
Part I: The Monsters And Me
THE MONSTERS AND ME
In a series of candid conversations with Senior Editor Tex Maule, the smallest man in the NFL tells of the rigors of a New Mexico boyhood, his spectacular career at Oklahoma and how both helped prepare him for his higher education in the arts of pass catching and simple survival among the behemoths of professional football
Baseball's Week
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments