Fastest
THE WAY TO SAN JOSE
It was a tough, uphill haul, but John Carlos and his light-footed Bandits stepped on the gas and—with a shot of octane from Marty Liquori—overtook Kansas to win the collegiate track and field championship
Bums Rap
LEO'S BUMS RAP FOR THE CUBS
Chicago's genteel old North Side has a pennant contender after lo these many years, egged on by a raucous bleacher section and—Mr. Wrigley should chew on another cud—the irrepressible Durocher
QUITTING IS THE NAME OF ANY GAME
Remember when every red-blooded American was a Merriwell and swore that a quitter never wins—and a winner never quits? Now, quitting is the thing, and it's even catching on at home
Bridge
College Baseball
Odd one for the Sun Devils
In even years the big-league draft leaves Arizona State Coach Winkles bereft, but not in 1969—which made things tough for Tulsa and New York
Motor Sports
Another great Scot races in
The late Jim Clark's 1963 record of seven Grand Prix victories is being challenged by his countryman, Jackie Stewart, who won handily in Holland