Green Bay
Green Bay, Handily
Never really pressed, the Packers neatly chopped up the Raiders in the Super Bowl. They were at least in part motivated by a desire to win this one for Vince Lombardi, who was hinting that he might retire
WIDE-OPEN WAY TO GRENOBLE
Not snow nor rain nor Jean-Claude Killy have been able to stop an Austrian and Swiss onslaught against what everyone until now had been assuming was a French sinecure—total supremacy
UNLIKELY HEROES IN PALE BLUE
To their own astonishment, the longhairs of Columbia find themselves basketball fans, cheering on a collection of studious athletes who may win the Ivy and already have earned national recognition
Winner's Pott
JOHNNY BAGS A WINNER'S POTT
At the Crosby pro-am Arnie was overweight, Jack couldn't sink his putts and Dino was engulfed, but for Johnny Pott—who won his first tournament since 1963—it looked like the start of a beautiful year
Squash Balls
The Mogul
EDDIE IS THE MOGUL
If you wanted to play any sport in Philly, you saw Eddie Gottlieb. He ran everything. He's still a busy guy, still a power in basketball and still giving away chocolate bars
People
Diving
A 107-foot fall to success
The diving coach at the University of South Carolina is a youthful Englishman who deftly parlays his accent, comedy routines and skill
Hockey
Bridge
Six Rich Men
SIX RICH MEN IN QUEST OF A FISH
The men pictured here are members of the X Kilo Club, a democratic society that anyone can join. The only requisites are that the neophyte should have the money to go to Norway and catch a salmon that weighs at least 22.2 pounds—and that Pete Kriendler like him
For The Record
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments