Taps
TAPS FOR THE CHAMP
Muhammad Ali predicted great demonstrations, but they were mild (left). And so were the induction proceedings in Houston, where a calm military led Ali down the corridor to the room where he would make his fateful decision to reject the draft call. Here—perhaps—was the eclipse of the prize ring's most colorful star
THE RELAYS AND OLD RELIABLE
At the Penn and Drake Relays last weekend, all sorts of runners turned in quarter-mile times just fractions off the world record, but it was Jim Ryun of Kansas who ran two of the most splendid races of all
American Chaos
CHAOS IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
The first three weeks of the season produced a pennant chase as hectic and confusing as any in history, with teams rising and falling in the standings from day to day and sometimes from hour to hour
The Derby
Hussein Of Jordan
HIS MAJESTY, THE LEADFOOT
A thoroughly modern sportsman-monarch, King Hussein of Jordan hopes to lead backward elements of his country into the present by the force of his example. The King's athletic range is unusually wide, and his skills are impressive
People
Pro Basketball
Fishing
A midsummer's meal for a largemouth bass
Old wives and young children have told extraordinary tales about dragonflies. Now an amateur flytier tells the real story, and he suggests that these interesting insects may turn out to be more fun than fishing itself
Bridge
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments