Booktalk
The Bitter Pill
IT WAS A BITTER PILL
The pill was a drug called Butazolidin, and tests revealed it had been given to the winner of the Kentucky Derby. Disqualification followed, but that was only the beginning of racing's wildest controversy
TURBINES AND TRAUMA AT INDY
The provocative new STP-Lotuses displayed notable speed as the 500 practice pace quickened at the Speedway, but then in days of agony a turbine driver died, one turbine team quit and the Lotuses were threatened
Elegant Courses
LAST BASTION OF ELEGANCE
On the South Shore of Long Island three old and conservative golf clubs—Shinnecock Hills, the National Golf Links of America and the Maidstone Club—fight to save traditions of the game long since abandoned in many areas
Dick Tiger
DICK TIGER FIGHTS TWO WARS
Taking a temporary leave from Biafra's struggle with Nigeria, the light heavyweight champion gets ready for his own battle of survival against Bob Foster
Today's Students
SCORE ONE FOR TODAY'S STUDENTS
Thirty years of campus observation leads the author, a professor of comparative literature at Rutgers University, to conclude that this generation knows the proper place of sport—and that his did not
People
Rugby
Old Blue slashes 'em again
Fifteen ostensibly genteel sportsmen, who comprise the most feared Rugby club in the East, fought their bloody way to victory in Virginia
Bridge
Track & Field
Lee cools the Mighty Burner
Villanova's impressive sophomore quarter-miler, Larry James, was caught and beaten at the West Coast Relays by powerful Lee Evans of San Jose
Sunday Sin
A SUNDAY SIN ON THE RIVER USK
For six days a week Welshmen respect the laws against salmon poaching as much as Americans respected Prohibition. A religious people, however, the Welsh usually suspend poaching activities on Sunday—but not a real baddy like Si√¥n Jones
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments