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June 21, 1971 | Volume 34, Issue 25

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Jerry Grote Cover - Sports Illustrated June 21, 1971

June 21, 1971 | Robert F. Jones

June 21, 1971 | William F. Reed
Rick Wanamaker, who is 6'8" and once held his own against Lew Alcindor, won the national decathlon title, well, laughing

June 21, 1971 | William Leggett

June 21, 1971 | William F. Reed

June 21, 1971
Golf's greatest prize, the U.S. Open championship, is on the line again, this time at historic Merion. Dan Jenkins will report the triumph—and the putts that wouldn't drop.

June 21, 1971
Remember when sailing meant being "on" a boat? Tell it to the young man opposite, whose only points of contact with a Tempest sloop churning along Buzzards Bay are the soles of his shoes and a...

June 21, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
Because the International Tempest is a veritable minefield of go-fast racing gear, requiring more mental and physical agility than possibly any other small keel boat, its two-man crews have...

June 21, 1971 | Bil Gilbert

June 21, 1971
The House of Representatives Purple Hurt and Armbuster Award for 1971 went to Rep. Dante Fascell (D., Fla.) for breaking an arm while playing paddleball—and then going on to break the pin they put...

June 21, 1971 | Mark Mulvoy
AL WEST

June 21, 1971 | Larry Keith
Amos Otis, just another Mobile, Ala. lad making good, ran his hitting streak to a welcome 12 games last week, a rate of success very nearly equaled by his Kansas City team. The Royals, in fact,...

June 21, 1971 | Charles Goren
Contract bridge returned to network television earlier this spring with a match between the world champion Aces and a Goren team of which I was the nonplaying captain. For those who missed it, the...

June 21, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
Though the importance of crew at Harvard, Penn or any other such school cannot be overstated—rowing is at once a manly sport and a mannerly one—at the U.S. Naval Academy it has an added virtue. It...

June 21, 1971 | Larry Evans
Bobby Fischer transformed a routine elimination match into high drama with an astonishing string of victories that alarmed his rivals and forced Soviet experts to revise their assessments of his...

June 21, 1971 | Spiro T. Agnew

June 21, 1971
AUTO RACING—Driving the last 10 hours without brakes, HELMUT MARKO, an Austrian judge, and GYS VAN LENNEP, a Dutch shipping executive, claimed victory in their Porsche 917 in the 39th 24 Hours of...

June 21, 1971
20, 21—Sheedy & Long28, 29—Wil Blanche-The Harry T. Peters Collection, Museum of the City of New York51—Hugh Morton, London Daily Express-Pictorial Parade52—Wil Blanche57—Eric Schweikardt58,...

June 21, 1971
Val Adcock, who took up trapshooting and switched to left-handed shooting 1½ years ago, became the second woman to win the Georgia state handicap championship. Miss Adcock won by three birds in a...

June 21, 1971
NOT SO RED HOTSirs:Regarding the article, Cincinnati's Big Red Clunk (June 7) by William F. Reed, please let me say that a better name for this so-called machine is The Little Red Wagon. The 1971...

June 21, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
LOOPHOLE ON THE ICE

June 21, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Greg Fredericks, Penn State's three-mile and six-mile champion, on what he thinks about when running: "The first thing you think about is right at the end of the first lap. You come around,...

June 21, 1971 | Felicia Lee
The newest phenomenon in the ski business is the summer racing camp. It is no longer necessary to be a national team member to benefit from summer on-snow training, for there are now more than 30...

June 21, 1971 | Fred Eisenstadt
Prizefighters with the capacity to absorb punishment, whether or not they can dish it out, are generally crowd favorites. All the world loves the gutsy underdog who can take a beating and still...