Mark Spitz, the best swimmer and the greatest Olympian of all time.
Mark Spitz, Bobby Fischer and Steve Carlton. All three should get the award because they cannot be compared.
Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Bobby Hull of the Winnipeg Jets.
The greatest hitter in baseball: Billy Williams.
Mark Donohue. Even though he was laid up in a hospital for several weeks, his fabulous finish at Indianapolis, a superb showing at Trenton and one Can-Am victory (so far) certainly qualify him for the honor.
Huntington Beach, Calif.
Olga Korbut, who showed true sportsmanship—not just ability, and not just a good attitude, but a marvelous combination of the two.
Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Wilt Chamberlain, who gave up his prominence in the prestigious scoring column to help his team.
White Plains, N.Y.
M. J. MADDOCKS
Frank Shorter, the first American to win the Olympic marathon in 64 years and the fifth-place finisher in the fastest 10,000-meter run in history.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
John Wooden, an outstanding man, a credit to his profession and to his university.
U.S. Senator, California