Wilt Chamberlain was going to make the Los Angeles Lakers go. Now it looks like the only going thing may be Coach Butch van Breda Kolff. The team is winning, but the price comes high
By Frank Deford
Karl Schranz won the Hahnenkamm downhill, took a commanding World Cup lead, and showed all those youngsters that the shade of Jean-Claude Killy is still his only living, breathing rival
By Bob Ottum
George Young's victory in the two-mile event at the Los Angeles Invitational Track Meet served notice that he is ready to make his dream record attempt—a challenge most competitors don't know exists
By William F. Reed Jr.
AFL Vs. NFL
Nine years ago almost nobody watched AFL games, but today the league has full houses every Sunday, some of the most talented quarterbacks in professional football-and the NFL's scalp
By Edwin Shrake
Dust will be history—mud, too—in the brave new era of synthetic football fields. The day when a player wipes his feet before running onto the gridiron is coming faster than you think
It may take a little longer to get there on a comfortable old DC-7 but, for $139, who can resist a weekend at the Super Bowl that includes the beaches and casinos of Grand Bahama and plenty of fun in midair?
By Roy Blount Jr.
Jumpier than a minstrel end man, St. John's Coach Lou Carnesecca is the exact opposite of his team, which plays a cool and collected game
The sedentary skipper shown here is one of a new breed of landbound sailors who steer their boats and trim sheets by remote control as
By Hugh D. Whall
Never had professional football faced such a crisis. Season ticket holders were getting dangerously old, and young fans were not willing to leave the zoom lens and instant replay for the discomforts of real life in a stadium
By Frank Deford
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By Garry Valk
By Herman Weiskopf