Young Dodgers
SOME KIDS MAKE A SAD MAN HAPPY
After the disastrous 1968 season Los Angeles' 57-year-old manager, Walt Alston, vowed to find some hitters. He did, and his wolf pack of postteeners has transformed the Dodgers
People
Baseball
The name is Carter—er, Cater
Whatever it is, nobody ever seems to get it right or to be aware that Oakland's first baseman is one of the game's best unknown players
Horse Racing
Scavengers
GOLF'S UNDERWATER UNDERWORLD
Recovering lost balls from water hazards is a $1 million a week business, and a lot of it is done illegally. All an outlaw scavenger needs is a course with some ponds, scuba equipment, a moonless night—and nerve
For The Record
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments
WHAT HAS GONE WRONG, JACK?
The golfers on the pro tour are not really lonesome for him, but Jack Nicklaus' rivals are wondering what went wrong. In the last two months he has earned only $5,259 and he has not won a major title since 1967