Indy champions Rodger Ward and Parnelli Jones talk candidly of the exhausting demands and lethal dangers of America's biggest, richest and most brutal auto race, the 500.
Australia is making a great leap backward in killing off its national symbol, the kangaroo. Virginia Kraft, after an Australian safari, concludes that kangaroos are not fair game.
Hiking under full pack, once the poor infantryman's burden, is becoming a national craze. But now both the pack and its contents have been subjected to considerable revision.