Mays
Yea, Mr. Mays
Willie Howard Mays Jr., 39, made his 3,000th safe hit last week, playing baseball with the same enthusiasm—and effectiveness—he first brought to the Giants in A.D. 1951
END OF A LONG, LONG DROUGHT
After three years of frustration, the two-time winner of the British Open tells SI's Mark Mulvoy how he came from the edge of despair last week to capture his 10th major championship—going on 14
Death In The Air
Speed
Man Of Machismo: Part 2
A MISFIT WHO LIVES TO WIN
That is Joe Kapp's assessment of himself. Quarterbacking, he says, is the natural refuge for the eager player too small to block, too slow to run. Yet no quarterback is better than his line, and here Kapp tells how the Vikings made him look great in the 1969 regular season
People
Bridge
Sporting Look
Harness Racing
Track
The Draft
You Can't Beat The Draft
The bird dogs spot the bright young players first. Then come the scouts, the evaluators of baseball talent. The scouts used to be salesmen, wheedlers, con men, but the free-agent draft changed all that
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments