On the Knicks this year the parts fitted together perfectly, and the smooth blend brought New York its first championship
By Frank Deford
Despite a bad knee and an erratic putting stroke, golf's greatest living player returns to the tour after nearly three years. Is he serious about his game? Do they still play football at Notre Dame?
It is all-out war when the Angels' talented Andy Messersmith steps on the mound. He will do almost anything to win, which explains why—while he lasts—he is being called one of the best in baseball
By Roy Blount Jr.
Speed roller skating, according to a director of the Roller Skating Foundation of America, begins and ends in oblivion, so what's in it for wealthy young Mike LayPort?
By Dan Levin
Down On The Farm
Once part of a famous Yankee outfield with DiMaggio and Henrich, Charlie Keller was always a country boy at heart and now he is home in Maryland, a rising breeder of quality trotting horses
Henry Aaron was hitting a homer a day, Hoyt Wilhelm was pitching like a kid, no one could get Rico Carty out—and the Braves won 11 straight
Despite his impressive Derby win, the Preakness outlook is not bright for Dust Commander, who must face the toughest of his Kentucky foes and a few aspiring strangers, too. Of course, it might rain, and...
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By J. Richard Munro
Edited by Robert Creamer