Let's Go, Phillies!
LET'S GO, PHILLIES!
The city of Philadelphia, butt of jokes for decades because of its somnolent atmosphere and bad baseball teams, is wide-awake and yelling its head off for the league-leading Phillies, whose name seems to be on every street corner in the city
WHO'S AFRAID OF AN OLD TROLL?
Not 18-year-old Don Schollander, who soundly defeated Australia's famed veteran Murray Rose and set two world records last week as America's precocious swimmers warmed up for Tokyo
Penn-Texas
BEEF, BONES AND HERSHEY BARS
Which is tougher: Pennsylvania football or Texas football? No one knew for sure until last week when Penn high school all-stars bonked Texas 12-6 in an extraordinary bone bruiser in Hershey, Pa.
Chi Chi
LITTLE CHI CHI'S OTHER SIDE
Chi Chi Rodriguez is two persons—the brash song-and-dance man who delights galleries (and annoys fellow pros) with his japes off the tee and his jigs on the green, and the quiet son of poverty who broods over good and bad, is hypersensitive to criticism and, out of the spotlight, is something of a loner
Matadors
ARTISTRY IN A BULLRING IS NOT ENOUGH
Technically the most accomplished of matadors, graceful Paco Camino faces a new kind of rival: inelegant but brave El Cordobés, who lacks art but is making history
People
Horse Racing
Bridge
Prince Karim
PRINCE KARIM AGA KHAN
A rare portrait of an intent young ruler who rejects the temptations of an idle life in order to carry on his dynasty's sporting tradition. He runs a huge racing stable, is building a vast Mediterranean resort and skis with Olympic skill
Baseball's Week
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments