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January
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Garo Yepremian
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Up, Up Up and Away! (NFL Playoffs where Baltimore and Miami win in the AFC and the Cowboys and San Francisco win in the NFC), Whatcha Doin' Brother Bruin? (The new style of the Boston player has the fans confused), Sweating Through the Dreads (Maryland college basketball), Blues in the Night for the Aces (The Blue team from Italy comes out of retirement and overwhelms the world bridge champions), Miss Mary's Lion (Ernest Hemingway Journal), The House that Earnie Built (History of the Orange Bowl)
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January
10
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Nebraska's Bob Terrio
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All Yours, Nebraska (The Cornhuskers beat Alabama and win their second straight National Championship), Two That Are Super (In the NFC the Cowboys beat the 49ers) (Miami beats the Colts to advance to the Superbowl), Court Trial for UCLA (The Bruin sophmores meet and beat Ohio State), Imperiled Flanks (The conclusion of Ernest Hemingway's African Journal), Another No. 1 Is Settled in Miami (Howard University upsets St. Louis in the finals of the college soccer championship), Place in the Sun for Revvy (Peter Revson has been involved in auto racing for a long time but fame has come only recently)
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January
17
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City Life on the Water
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They Made Milwaukee Famous (The Bucks: they stopped the longest winning streak) (Maarquette: scared, bloodied but still undefeated), Lowering The Olympic Boom (For years he warned about amateur skiing and for years nobody listened. Now Avery Brundage means business), Who Do You Like in The Super Bowl? (Tex Maule and John Underwood made their picks), Park Your Boat Downtown (The bounding main meets Main Street in Marina del Rey, and the new fashions are nifty there - or anywhere), Hold Up Your Head, Tom Doty (It is hard to believe, but nobody ever shot a better round of golf than this obscure Chicago pro), Fly Me - If You Dare (Five lessons in falconry from Mr. Glasier can make you soar or leave you as chicken and bird-brained as ever)
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January
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Duane Thomas
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A Cowboy Stampede (Dallas beats the Dolphins in the Super Bowl), Crooning That Same Old Song (Jack Nicklaus wins the Crosby, again), Back-to-School Time for Terry Daniels (Boxer Terry Daniels goes to law school at SMU), Take It From the Top (The best-for-fun skiers), Make the Most with What You Got (The Memphis Pros ABA team), What Made Richie Run? (Ritchie Conners - ex junkie who tried to regain his athletic past)
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January
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Annie Henning
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Everything But Handstands (Track), Old Sarge Becomes a General (NHL), A Little Hoop and a lot of Holler (Indiana basketball), Getting Up in the World (High Jumping), Cold Games and a Solid Gold Girl (Annie Henning), Greening of the Green in Tucson (Golf), Being a Good Sport About It (Stunt men)
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February
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Celtics & Lakers
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It's Just Like Old Times (The Boston Celtics are riding high again, thanks to a fast-breaking combo of old pros and young hotshots.), Scramble Back to the Deep Purple (Fran Tarkenton leaves the big town to help make a big team - the Vikings - an even bigger threat.), An Ugly Affair in Minneapolis (It was black eyes all around when overwrought Minnesota turned the Ohio State basketball game into a brawl.), The Great mano a Raqueta (The $30,000 question was, when a racquetball champ and a handball champ both do their thing, whose thing wins?), Queens of the Southern Seas (The SORC is now the trend-setter for American ocean racing. Besides, it's fun.), Each to His Own Chills and Thrills (Strange things are done beneath the Michigan sun when wintger holds the local fishermen in an icy grip.), A Teddy Bear's Picnic (Jerry West has never won an NCAA or NBA title, but he's had a good life, the glory and the laughs.)
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February
14
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Ken Dryden
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Games of the Rainbow (The first Winter Olympic games in Asia brings a pot of gold for a fleet Dutchman), Mad for Marvin D. and Ernie D. (Providence basketball is doing good), Time to Clean Up Basketball (In the wake of the Minnesota scandal there is talk of a stringent reform), It's Dryden for the Defense (This lawyer-goalie is playing well for the Canadiens), You Go Poom, Poom and I'll Go Pow (Ex-fighters acting in the film Fat City are having a hard time learning how to pull punches), Off Into the Wild White Yonder (Alaskan bush pilot Don Sheldon), Old, Faithful and Mysterious (Yellowstone has only a hint of its beauty seen by the public)
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February
21
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Allie McGuire
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Contents - The Go-Go Girls of Sapporo (Three American misses struck gold in the Winter Olympics concluding week.), Get da Shoodah, Said Faddah (The accent is New York and the coaching has been called too paternal, but it works for unbeaten Marquette.), Rare Wearin' of the Green (Politics was not uppermost in anybody's mind when Ireland's ruggers took on England and, for a change, won.), Minson and Hiller are Two to Watch (Or was it Miller and Hinson? Nobody seems to know when these young pros stride the fairways.), You Catch it, He'll Mount It (Fish are Al Pflueger's life. He has wallowed in them, figuratively and in fact, since he was a boy.), Me and my Bike (After years of yearning, the author bought a motorcycle, and lived (it was sort of close) to regret it.), Dawn of a Possible Dream (Back where it all bagan it is called schoolyard basketball, and stardom is just a whish away.), All-America-All the way (Major Pete Dawkins is a man of his times - of days past, when the land was proud and peaceful, and of the present.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, College Basketball, Track & Field, Pro Basketball, Tennis, For The Record, 19th Hole
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February
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Contents - Come Back Real Soon (Next time leave a little loot for the authentic good ol' boys, A.J.. After all, they invented stock car racing.), Reigning Cats and Dogs (Their Majesties, canine and feline, were named this month in the Westminster and Empire shows, respectively.), Because a Steering Wheel Didn't Tilt (With numerous complaints, Jim McDaniels jumped to the NBA, and Marquette's Jim Chones signed with the Nets.), See the Pucklings Wobble In (The rare new birds of the World Hockey Association staged an ambitious draft but faced some takeoff problems.), This Smith, a Mighty Man is He (Stan Smith - solid, discliplined, determined and God-fearing - is moving back into his top form of last year.), A Gallery of Disaster (Oh, ouch, what a lousy shot! Pros on the golf tour tell how they would have played it, given another try.), Trivia (When it comes to competition, nostalgia buffs will ask for such arcana as who broke Dizzy Dean's toe?) The Departments - Scorecard, College Basketball, Boxing, Fishing, For The Record, 19th Hole
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March
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Bill Walton
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Tom Swift and His Magic Wands (Tom Weiskopf wins another golf tournament), It's Short But It Isn't Sweet (The 60-yard dash), His Majesty Gets Mugged Again (Hockey's Bobby Hull continues to be shadowed), Big Bill Loves to Eat 'em Up (Sophmore Bill Walton from UCLA), Masks on the Angry Ice (Unusual masks used by hockey goalies), A Long Way, Bebe (Francoise Durr), Once He Was an Angel (Profile of Bo Belinsky)
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March
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National Championship
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Shoot-out at the T Bar M (With Billie Jean and Nancy packing the big guns, the showdown between two cool kids never occurred.), Putting on a Wild West Show (Intense competition among older horses at Santa Anita set the stage for the track's best day in years.), Tip-off for UCLA's Big Invitation (At tournament time, the next best in college basketball are back for another run at the perennial champions.), Down, Down and Away! (It's not a bird, it's not a plane. The chap falling out of a balloon 80 feet into a mattress is - Sponge Diver!), She Never Played with Dolls (But in Paula Sperber's case nobody gives it much thought, because the 1971 Bowler of the Year is such a doll herself.), Things That Go Boom in the Night (In the darkness, Snow Rangers in Alta blast away with heavy artillery at deadly enemies, the avalanches.), A Song of Hound and Horn (A Michigan bushwacker whose deerslaying technique was sadly common learns the noble art from French gentry.)
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March
27
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Vida Blue
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Welcome to the Ball (John Wooden holds a party every year to celebrate UCLA's basketball championshipl. This year the guests are glum.), They're Sweet 16 and Deserve a Kiss (The U.S. Women's Track team beat the U.S.S.R. in Richmond due to the exploits of two astonished teen-agers.), Vida Blue in the Great Bathroom Farce (Baseball's no. 1 gate attraction turned down Oakland's $50,000 to pitch for an item called Over-John.), Escape to the Desert (Mashed, goggled and strapped into dune buggies, drivers head for the Mint 400 - an off-road rip out near Vegas.), A Player in the Game of Life (The name of this Player is Ian: he has saved tghe white rhino from extinction, and hopes to help save mankind.), Gimme an A, Gimme a Boo (And how about a big, rousing Braaack! for the visiting team, just to make everybody feel at home.), All the Best (Bubbly, birds and the game of soccer do go together - as long as the Best is George.)
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April
3
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Bill Walton
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Run Fast, Run Deep(Southern Cal plays Indiana), Racy Red Beasts and King Kong (Sebring), Try Kate Smith on the Rocks (Philadelphia NHL), Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh! (John Wooden), Big Jack has a Big Dreams Again (Jack Nicklaus), Wild Men and Tame Devils (Wildlife in Belize), Journey Through the Blue Snow (Marathon in Sweden)
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April
10
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Joe Torre
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Now His Name is Mud (Head of the River beats Derby favorite Riva Ridge at Hialeah), Gentle Tigers of the Tables (Ping-Pong tournament in Canada where the Chinese show their stuff), Dancing Masters (Warming up for Augusta), Another Knockdown Coming Up (The NBA playoffs are showing that the West is best), Little Old Lady in Tennis Shoes (Hazel Wightman was a tennis champion at 15 and now, at 85, she is teaching the young), Baseball 1972 (Suddenly the rites of spring include a historic rhubarb) (Great and stars-to-be mingle, in art and potographs) (Scouting reports) (The George Sislers analyze pitching's most potent arms), End of Innocence (Bruce Koson and his fastball brought Baltimore to it's knees in his first Series)
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April
17
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Jack Nicklaus
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Poa Jack Beats Himself (Jack Nicklaus wins the Masters), A Heavy Loss to a Light Heavy (Vincente Rondon was overweight but still lost to Bob Foster), Making a Point - Playground Style (The ABA series between the Nets and the Colonels), Rangers Nix Hab Hex (New York opens Stanley Cup play by doing well against Montreal), Diary of a Derby Horse (How tough it is to ready a horse to run for the Roses), Black Future for the White Crown (A Bleak outlook for this Island game bird), Life with a Mad Motor Mogol (Madman Muntz is now selling motorcycles), Pop, Pop, Hit Those People (An excerpt from the just-released novel "End Zone")
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April
24
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Bucks & Lakers
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Bombs Away Out West (The Bucks blew open two games and someone threatened to blow up a third, but the big explosion lies ahead.), And So They Played Ball (The strike over, the baseball season opened to disappointing crowds and a mixture of cheers and jeers.), Down and Out for Minnesota (The North Stars lost their savage series to St. Louis in sudden-death overtime. The Blues' reward? Boston.), Over and Over Again (Kjell Isaksson of Sweden exceeded the world record in the pole vault for the second time in two weeks.), Gospel of False Prophets (All the preaching about "ecology" has deceived people. In the end man's frantic efforts won't matter a whit.), Sailing on a Sea of Dreams (Getting Away From It All is a way of life for Warwick Tompkins Jr., adventurer extraordinary), You Can't Beat the Bushes (There is lots to be said for the minor leagues. Like Avis, they try harder, and often succeed.), Wheels of Fame and Fury (Champion of a sport that has made him rich and renowned, Jackie Stewart has a clinical eye for its terrible risks.)
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May
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Willie Davis
The Boys of Spring (L.A. Dodgers), One Stick Rebuilds a Dynasty (Lacrosse), Goodbye Chi Hello (Gulp) Hub (NHL), Back at the Other Game (NBA), When the Sun Shines Bright (Kentucky Derby), A Champion Fated Not to Reign (Jackie Stewart story), Just a Decent Bloke (Tennis player Ken Rosewall)
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May
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Willie Davis
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The Boys of Spring (Baseball's LA Dodgers off to a running start), One Stick Rebuilds a Dynasty (Hopkins beats Army in Lacrosse with Jack Thomas), Goodby, Chi, Hello (Gulp), Hub (NY Hockey fans nervous over their team's next foe), Back at the Other Game (NBA's Lakers win the West while Knicks challenge in the East), When The Sun Shines Bright (Artist's rendering of Derby Day), A Champion Fated Not to Reign (Last installment of Jackie Stewart's story), Just a Decent Bloke (A description of Ken Rosewall..off court)
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June
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Chicago's Dick Allen
What's Going on Out There (Baseball), The Day Rigger Mortis Set Out (College rowing), Bubble Bath for the Blue Blue Jays (Lacrosse), Splashing Down the Stretch (Mud racing), The Wreck of Veeck, U.S. Open - 1972, Where There's Smokey There's Fire (Smokey the Bear)
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July
3
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Pirates pitcher Steve Blass
Contents - Four Murderers in a Row (That's the heart of the Pittsburgh batting order, and now Pirate pitchers are turning killer, too.), Britannia Rules Bermuda's Waves (Out of a storm-riddled flotilla came a cool crew on a happy ship to win a classic for England.), They left Us Singing the Blues (In what may have been their last appearance as a team, those azure Itallians won the World Bridge Olympiad.), Do I Deserve to Be There? (Jack Nicklaus reviews his U.S. Open victory and talks of Muirfield, Slams and Bobby Jones.), Babes Who are Going A-Gunning (Set for a strong challenge, the U.S. picked an Olympic Basketball team that is young, balanced and brash.), A Horseman of Another Color (Neal Shapiro is not only a mainstay of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team, he's a pilot, organist and harness driver.), Sail Ho for Kiel (That's where the other Olympics will be held - the one for yachtsman - and a lively venue it is.), Another Greening of Forest Hills (Color comes to tennis clothes, and it's all enough to make traditionalists turn white.) The Graduates (Reflections on the glory of their times by some seniors who played on Nebraska's national champion football teams.)
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July
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Jim Ryun
All out for Munich (Olympic Track & Field trials), A Bedstead Beats the Ocean (Sailing duel), ...And Bombers Hit the River (Hydroplane racing), Salutes for a Corporal and a King (Tennis), After the Golden Moment(After the Olympics), Trotting it Out in Style (Harness horse racing), Pack Up Your Troubles (Camping)
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July
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"The Prothro Papers - What is a Playbook really worth"
Slamming the Door on Jack (PGA), Heads Up! Here's a Horse Race (Japanese horse races), Boris in Wonderland (Chess), Would You Buy a Used Playbook?, Tom Terrific and His Mystic Talent (Tom Seaver), Defender of he Faith (Avery Brundage), Stars in your Eyes (Humorous view of Baseball's All-Star game), The Majesty of Monsieur Merckx (Cycling)
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August
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Jim Kiick and Larry Csonka
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Contents - When The Stars Cross (Home runs, followed hard by end runs, disoriented the sports world as the twain finally met.), "You Know Me, Al" Said Joe (And Al Unser does, indeed, know Joe Leonard. What he did not know was that Joe had won the Pocono 500.), Bonnie Rematch For Two Belles (In tennis' new ringing rivalries, Australia defeated the U.S., but Chris Evert chimed in with a sweet victory.), Teaching Junior The Palmer Method (The Hiskey-Zarley team won the title, but the real winner was Nichlaus sub Jack Lewis, who got pointers and ink.), The Blood and Thunder Boys (Miami's Jim Kiick likes to run where the holes are, Larry Csonka where they aren't. Either way, bring help.), Flying By The Seat Of Your Pants (The good old days of aviation live again as collectors and their antiques buzz it up in the Iowa blue younder.), Leapin' Lizards and Other Fauna (A Costa Rican odyssey staring 'Oceanea', a homely cousin of 'African Queen', and innumerable sports of sorts.) The Departments - Scorecard, Baseball, Horse Racing, Boating, For The Record, 19th Hole
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September
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Who and When and Mostly Why (Horse Riva Ridge), It's Jack, Whatever the Match (Nicklaus wins the U.S. Match Play), The XXth Olympic Games - The Opening Ceremonies, Mark Spitz, See No Evil, Hear No Evil...Ha! (Boston broadcasters tell all), An Unbelievagable Boom (The new Scoreboards), Getting The Good Times Rolling (Darlington's Southern 500 and NASCAR)
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October
30
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Dave and Don Buckley of North Carolina State
Mustaches all the Way (Oakland A's win the World Series), Locomotive for the Class of '76 (Freshman in college football), Green Bay Turns with the Tide (The Packers have Alabama quarterbacks), A Pampas Bull Who's Sweet as Sugar (Boxer Carlos Monzon), I'll Wring Your Neck!, Looking Best in the West (Skiwear), Keys to the Kingdom (Pro Football fans)
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November
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Larry Brown
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Contents - The Good Humor Men of Washington (George Allen gives his Redskins ice cream or whatever else their hearts desire. And he gives Larry Brown the ball.), Blue Blazers in Philadelphia (Some of hockey's newly rich get off to a calamitous start, raising questions as to the fitness of things.), SOS from a Seaside Slaughter (A truce may be coming to the raging striped-bass battle between surf casters and haul seiners.), The Qs Have Quite a Few of the A's (A San Diego orthodonist who owns pro basketball's newest team is straightening out some misconceptions.), Journey into a Secret Land (Russia's stud farms are hidden in the Caucasus. Until Whitney Tower's visits, they were well off-limits.), Looking for Unburied Loot (The loot isn't so much, it's the joy of the hunt that sparks the Bahamas take-to-the-air-and-sea search.), He Never Shot Par (Al Capone and his Chicago killers were deadly elsewhere, but on the golf course they were simply hit-and-miss.)
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November
20
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"Terry Davis Dazzles LSU"
Wet, Racy and Royal (Powerboat racing), It's Alabama in a Runaway (College football), You Can't Buffalo the Sabres (NHL), A Play of Light and Shadow (Track), Voting to Snuff the Torch (Colorado says No to Winter Olympics), The Snowplaces are Showplaces (Ski Resorts), O'er the Land of the Fee (Tennis)
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November
27
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Ohio U. Freshman Walter Luckett
No Losses, No Ties and No Names (Dolphins win again), Could Have Been, Now May Be (Warriors basketball), That's Not Thunder, It's U.S.C. (College basketball), College Basketball 1972-73, Another Promise Broken ?(Boxing), Total Loss Weekend (Gambling)
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November
27
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Walter Luckett
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No Losses, No Ties and No Names (Miami Dolphins with their No-Name Defense still has a perfect record), Could Have Been, Now May Be (Nate Thurmond and Rick Barry playing together for the Warriors), That's Not Thunder, It's USC (USC beats UCLA), College Basketball 1972-73 - The Season: Freshmen start in a year of change, The Coaches: A Gallery of the men for all ages, The Top 20: UCLA and, of course, some surprises, Best of the Rest: Many could move into the top, Small Colleges: Love story at Stephen F. Austin, Junior Colleges: Vincennes should blaze again, Super Scout: Bill Bertka is a man in motion Another Promise Broken? (Roberto Duran loses to Esteban DeJesus), Total Loss Weekend (Gamblers)
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December
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Old Brodie Went Witcher-way (John Brodie comes off the bench and leads 49'ers to the playoffs), Cry Wolf in Carolina (NC State college basketball team does well against it's neighbors), After the Bowl, The Polls (Bowl games decide the college football rankings to the consternation of John McKay), Sportsman and Sportswoman, Gleanings from a Troubled Time (Noteworthy events in the troubled world of sports), Sillies of '72 (Photos of the year's misadventures), Odyssey of an Angler (Odyssey of angler Winslow Homer) 2
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