Yesterday/Hoover Camp
Lightning
JOHNNY LIGHTNING DRIVES THROUGH THE WRECKAGE
It was the most calamitous Indy 500 in years—and a heartbreaking one for precocious invaders—but Al Unser in a fleet, fit 'Johnny Lightning Special' steered deftly past crashing, spinning, burning racers to achieve a rare repeat victory. Not all the danger was on the track: the pace car crashed, too
NO MEMBER FROM THE WEDDING
Big Lew chose a honeymoon over the pro All-Star Game, so his NBA teammates had much more of a battle on their hands than anticipated, but they skinned by those upstarts from that other league
New Orleans
Grand Slam
A GAME MAN MIGHT RISK A BET
The odds are probably a million to one against any golfer winning the Grand Slam, the sport's four major championships, but next year the best players—and a bettor—might have an edge
New Breed
NEW BREED NEW IDEAS NEW TAXES
Breeders of thoroughbred horses tend to be forced out of California by an escalating tax structure, but a few men with money, nerve and imagination have bucked the tide to create stud farms that are models of efficiency
In The Mood
People
Baseball
Basketball
Track & Field
Himalayas
HIMALAYAN TREK OR TREAT
A tale of derring-do and don't, in which the author (aided by the travel firm of Thos. F. Cook & Son) has her ups and downs in the mountains of Nepal
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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