Publish date:

April 13, 1970 Table Of Contents

Author:
43181 - TOC Cover Image

Buy the Cover

Browse the Magazine

Shopwalk

Adoption is for children. If you want a new cat, you'd better just buy one

By Alice Higgins

Yesterday

On the Trail of the Honeybee

Wild bees are an elusive quarry, and the reward for the hunter who plots the location of their tree is sweet

By Russell Laman

Booktalk

Expensive pictures of carved duck decoys reveal the fine art in their artlessness

By Robert Cantwell

TV Talk

Some inglorious judgment will limit the audience for a splendid baseball show

By Wilfrid Sheed

Playoffs

BEWARE OF THE HAWKS

Transformed by Joe Caldwell and bolstered by Walt Bellamy, Atlanta has an unshakable belief that it will be the first Western Division team in more than a decade to win the pro basketball championship

By Frank Deford

THE SUN DIDN'T RISE OVERNIGHT

Yoshi Hayasaki (above), who won the all-around title at the NCAA meet, showed again that the Japanese are the world's best gymnasts because they gladly suffer interminable workouts—and slaps in the face

By Dan Levin

Golf

GOLF, RUFFLES AND FLOURISHES

Palmer and Casper went to the White House, Trevino went to El Paso, Snead went to the dogs and Player went to the winner's circle as the $180,000 Greater Greensboro Open said a lot about the game today

By Pat Ryan

Cerdan

A MYSTERY IN PURSUIT OF A LEGEND

Young Marcel Cerdan comes to New York, ready to reveal whether he is anything like the fighter his father was and to revive the memories of a tragic romance that captivated two continents

By Mark Kram

Baseball 1970

A tumultuous spring but a fine season ahead

Baseball has never had more administrative headaches, but now attention can begin to focus on the action, on fiery Ted Williams, on stars like the Mets' Koosman and Seaver

By William Leggett

Now the ones to watch are the Mets

doing the Houston pennant bounce

and once again the superlative Orioles

Twins on paper, but A's on the field

Lively Bantam

THE BIRDS HOP FOR A LIVELY BANTAM

Little Earl Weaver, who played and managed in the minors for 20 years, was ready when his chance came to manage the Baltimore Orioles

By Alfred Wright

People

PEOPLE

Basketball

An All-Star named Tom is the most Dapper Dan

Tom McMillen, the country's best high school player, wows a Pittsburgh crowd and leaves coaches shaking as he prepares to pick his college

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Horse Racing

One more winner for the Derby list

On and on grows the number of colts with a chance at the roses

By Whitney Tower

Hockey

Chicago! New York! Miltown!

Tranquilizers were useful at the close of the NHL's frantic last weekend as the Hawks won the East title and the Rangers made the playoffs

By Mark Mulvoy

Hairiest

THE HAIRIEST TEAM OF ALL

Part of baseball's storied past was a hirsute nine called the House of David, which traveled from town to town playing the best in local semipro talent. The bearded players were the product of a unique religious sect that still exists

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD