Footloose
Yesterday
A Wild Dash
A WILD DASH TO SEA
Before the new Bahamas 500 powerboat race, drivers agreed the idea was terrible. Most of them—who exploded, sank, swamped or burned up—were right. Winner Lewis (opposite) said he was pushed by fear
ROMULUS CHOSE THE OCCASION TO BEHAVE
Billy Haughton's speedy colt is not really a rogue, he just likes to do a lot of little things wrong. But he picked the richest harness race to do everything exactly right, and beat the best in his class
THE JAYS TURNED INTO EAGLES
Coach Bobby Scott knew his Hopkins Blue Jays were usually slicker than Navy but would never win because they were too small. So he did what any smart recruiter would do, and now look who's the best
Indy 500
MARIO VS. THE WHOOSHMOBILE
Mario Andretti is the tiny tiger who seized the pole for the Indianapolis 500 at a sensational speed, outrunning an eerily silent turbine-powered car that had Indy men in a fine old contentious uproar
Tommie Smith
HE IS BUILT FOR CHASING BEYONDNESS
Sunshaded Tommie Smith of San Jose State is too tall to start well, but once he uncoils his big frame he relaxes into a smooth, giant stride that brings him home faster than any before him
Part 2: The Dodger Story
MONEY MAKES THE PLAYER GO
A movie actress was surprised when the Dodger general manager told her what a baseball star is paid, and sometimes the player is surprised, too. Fame may be a spur, but cash can be an even bigger incentive
People
Rowing
Horse Racing
Baseball
Behind the bold Red uprising in Cincinnati
They were disheartened, confused, badly beaten last season. But with a new manager, some surprising new pitching stars and a "25-man team" attitude, the Reds are turning their speed and muscle into instant success
Olympics
Judo Roll-Out
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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