It was precisely the proper setting for the first international polo match in the U.S.: exclusive Newport, R.I. in 1886
By John Hanlon
Scotland's Jackie Stewart seized the Italian Grand Prix and so became the world champion and mod god of auto racing, over which he reigns in some splendor
By Robert F. Jones
'Met Brutality' a placard read in Pittsburgh, and the transformation of the New Yorkers was complete. Winning 10 in a row, they routed the Pirates and left the stumbling Cubs weeping far behind
Only weeks before the players will start shooting, the American Basketball Association declares open war to force a quick merger with the NBA. Now there may be as much action in court as on the courts
By Gary Ronberg
Pro Football 1969
By Tex Maule
The best (New York) is better, and the second best (Houston) is more better, but the Oilers still aren't in a class with the Jets, of whom the classiest are W. White Shoes and Mathews Snell.
Kansas City, Oakland and San Diego are like three lobsters in a trap—only one can survive. If the Chiefs avoid the injuries which devastated them last year, they'll be that one.
Love, hate and talent contribute to making a football team, but talent contributes most, and with the Colts, Rams and 49er's the Coastal has all kinds of talent. Pity the Falcons.
The Cardinals are coming, tra la, tra la—in football. Big on running backs and helped by a little safety and a quarterback with a better head than arm, St. Louis is out to depose Cleveland.
By almost every measuring device, the Dallas Cowboys are a shoo-in to win the division. The only question is: are they still waiting for the arrival of that streetcar named desire?
By Robert F. Jones
Defense is still ahead of offense in the Black and Blue Division, and when they've sorted out the fallen bodies, the team with the least weak offense should be on top. Yes, Green Bay.
That was the piteous cry of Don Le Vine, who fell in love with a chestnut colt that had lost its first three races by 51 lengths. Now Don and his two partners have five times their money back and a Kentucky Derby hopeful
By William F. Reed Jr.
Watch the Mustangs and their exciting passer play catch. They'll amaze you, thrill you and maybe even win. But not last week
By Dan Jenkins
For The Record
By Peter Carry
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By Garry Valk