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February
19
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Contents - Center in a Storm (Although guarded by police, who fear for his life,Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's play has been as masterful as ever), All Things Come to Him Who Weights (Chris Taylor, Iowa State's wrestling colossus, won his 34th straight victory, helping the West smother the East), Harvest for Johnny Appleseed (A modern namesake goes head to head with seven other famed harness-racing drivers - and wins at the wire), Just a Gentle Sort of Man (Bobby Knight, Indiana's once-stormy coach, lapses now and then. But who wouldn't in the Big Ten), Gin Rummy and Racing Cars (Dad wouldn't let him run the old Studebaker, so J.C. Agajanian became a sponsor - also a magnate and a dandy), Tennis in a Royal Setting (The $45 million Acapulco Princess glitters on Mexico's gold coast, drawing tennis players and hedonists alike), Cook it Up and Dish it Out (She was a weakling challenged by a behemoth, but after feasting on Biblical honey, she looked in the pink), A Heavy Comes to Light (For a decade Jack Nicklauslost fans to fat and Arnold Palmer, but now he has won the role of leading man) Departments - Scorecard, People, College Basketball, Boxing, Hockey, Track & Field, Horse Racing, For The Record, 19th Hole
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March
26
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Bill Walton, Marvin Barnes, Steve Downing & Larry Kenon
Baiting the Bruins (Playing UCLA), Oh Lord, He's Perfect (Secretariat), Rise of the Underground Tour (Golf), In a Lair with a Bear (Bears), Riding for a Fall (Grand National horse racing), Fold It Out and Presto! (Squash), The Rinks Were Running Red (Hockey)
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April
2
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That Championship Game (UCLA barely beats Memphis State in NCAA), Big Orange Country Sees Red (Indiana beats Tennessee for swim title), The Pros Came Up Little Short (The opening of Pro-Track), A Lot More Where They Came From (Montreal Canadians are loaded with young talent), Boston's Perpetual Motion Machine (The Celtic's Dave Cowens), Curtain Up on the Masters - A Look at the 16th Hole, Tom Weiskopf, The Long Blue Line (Kenny Moore rerunning the Olympic Marathon)
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April
9
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Steve Carlton Baseball: Season opens with optimism, Owners don't know the product, Experts analyze the teams, Pitcher Steve Carlton, Joe Garagiola and his new show biz life.., Muhammad Ali loses to Ken Norton, College basketball player Theresa Shank, Richard Petty and Andy Granatelli, Fred Van Lennep of harness racing, UCLA track team 1
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April
16
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Earl Monroe
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The Reign at Augusta (This Masters had everything), Add One-on-One to All for One (The Knicks beat the Bullets), War for the Inscrutable East (New York shocks the Boston Bruins), Once a Valley of Vapors and Vice (Hot Springs is becoming respectable), Small Dreams of Hitting the Big Time (Midget car racing with the drivers looking toward Indy), Ride Up There Where Eagles Dare (Sailplaning), For Each a Place in the Sun (Nudists and their activities), Truffles and Flourishes on the Tarn
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April
23
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Muhammad Ali
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Contents - Playing the Payroll Game (Montreal's coaches wanted winners. The Federal aid plan sought to help students. And that's how the Grizzlies grew.), Never Was a Clyde So Bonny (Golden State defeated Milwaukee in the NBA playoffs as Clyde Lee played some beautiful basketball.), Now Comes the Big Blue Machine (Kansas City burst into the baseball season with the newest stadium and meanest bats in the West.), The Mouth That Nearly Roared (Muhammad Ali was not wired for sound, but he made his point clear enough; he'll be back, greater than ever.), Being Eaten Alive by Sailfish (After a good day in the waters off the island of Cazumel, Charter Captain Cliff North has no unusual complaint.), Subtle Side of the Shell Game (As another rowing season began, a look at the beauty and grace of the sport along with its agony and ecstasy.), The Grand Master (A chess game in a railway compartment evokes a stream of memoties in this short story by a famed Soviet writer.), Opal Two Comes Back (A POW who remembered his day as a football player sees his old campus and how the sport has changed.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Baseball, Tennis, Hockey, Table Tennis, For The Record, 19th Hole
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April
30
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San Francisco Giant Chris Speier
Putting a New Light on the Derby (Horse racing), Oklahoma Penalty: Illegal Procedure (College football), Meanwhile Back at the Rancho (PGA), Neither Too Old nor Too Young (Baseball), The Magnificent Obsession (Track star Al Feuerbach), Now You Sail it, Now You Don't (Windsurfing), It's No Way to Get One's Kicks (The art of losing), Knock 'im out, Jay-ree! (Banquet speaker Jerry Clower)
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June
4
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Wilbur Wood Wilbur Wood's knuckler, Graphite shaft driver draws ire of USGA, San Diego and Long Beach meet in NCAA volleyball finals, Bloody end of Jayne brothers feud, How essential are sports for women, China's gymnast's at Madison Square Garden, Fish in the Florida flats 1
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June
18
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George Foreman
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History in the Making (Secretariat turns in the performance of the century.), (... and a canny lumberjack was with him all day.), Give 'em A for Anger (If the Oaklands are not performing like champions, at least they are griping in pennant form.), Onw Little Move, a Giant Step (It seemed a small thing, heavyweight champ George Foreman fighting Joe Roman, but a division is alive again.), They Tread with Fear (Wet feet and the dry heaves are about the only rewards for running the steeplechase, track's least loved event.), The Old Man and the Seashore (Jim Havender, 81, is a lifeguard who loves the ocean so much he wouldn't mind drowning in it.), Some Hot Times in a Hothouse (It was 90 degrees in Baton Rouge, but UCLA beat the heat to win its third straight collegiate track and field title.), Golf's Jekyll and Hyde (Depending on who is talking, Bruce Crampton is cruel, officious and humorless, or warm, kind and helpful.)
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July
9
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George Allen Eighteen year-old David Clyde goes to the majors, Roger McCluskey runs out of fuel at Pocono, Secretariat wins in Chicago, Runner Dave Wottle, Keen competition at a summer dog show, The Yellowstone river loses it's appeal, Redskin coach George Allen 1
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July
23
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Tom Weiskopf
His First Hurrah (Golf), A Case of Volunteer - Or Else (College football), Bend an Ear to Billy's Music (Baseball's Billy Williams), Oh, How Gently Flows this Don (NFL's Don Maynard), Buy Now and Cry Later, Seasons Slipping Through a Net (Trout fishing), To Capture Moments and Majesty (Photographing nature)
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July
30
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Treat 'em, Beat 'em (Offshore racing with Dr. Bob Magoon), Millions on the Hoof (The three big money horses, Secretariat, Riva Ridge and Key to the Mint), Birthday Present for Herself (LPGA Golfer Susie Berning), Rocketing Off to a Record (Daredevil speed skiiers), The Grit of Mr. Fisk (Boston's All-Star Catcher), Olly as in Jolly (The first sailing around Hawaii race), Striking a Blow for Christ (A Baptist Minister combining karate and religion), All the World's a Stage (Bobby Riggs)
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August
6
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John Matuszak
Two-sided, For Once (NFL All-Star game), A Sweet 16 Dance at Charleston (Tennis), Cashing in Those Intangibles (St. Louis Baseball), He Is No Prisoner of Zenda (Sailing), Learning the Game by Rote (Soccer), Stepping Out on a Limbo (Parachuting), Thrown to the Lions (George Plimpton and Football)
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August
20
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Dodgers Bill Russell and Claude Osteen
Wheelin' Away Out West (Baseball), Jack Goes One up on a Legend (PGA), No Piece of Cake for Patty (NFL), Making an (Almost) Million (NASCAR), The Immaculate Reception (NFL), Love Letter to a Restless River (Fishing out west), No Place in the Shade (Negro baseball)
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September
3
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"Soccer Goes American - Philly's Bob Rigby"
Big D Reduced to Atoms (Soccer), Birds Bug Off Toward a Title (Baseball), Setting 'em Up for the Kill (NFL), Jawful Test on the Mountain (Training with Ali), Dennis, No Longer a Menace (Tennis pro Dennis Ralston), Murder Ball in a Box (Lacrosse), Bet, Book and Handle (Betting on football)
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September
10
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"College Football - No. 1 (Texas)"
It Takes Two to Tangle (Boxing), Faith in Flirth was Powerful Stuff (Harness racing), John Be Nimble, John Be Quick (NFL), Riggs to Riches-Take Two (Tennis), College Football 1973, Swinging in a Groove of His Own (Baseball with Dick Allen)
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September
24
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Churned by the Gut-Grinder (Battle between National League teams Pittsburgh, Montreal, New York and the Cubs), They Made Pigeons of the Field (Secretariat wins the Marlboro Cup), Miami Sweats Out its Torrid Opener (Dolphins beat the 49ers), Her Kingdom for a Horse? (Princess Anne), At the Rate We're Going, Goodbye Fish (Our endangered fisheries), Sardinia Script: Viva Cinderella! (Yachting's One Ton Cup), Faces on a New China Scroll (First inside look at sport in China)
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December
24
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Jackie Stewart
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The Juice Flowed On and On (O.J. Simpson breaks Jim Brown's rushing record, and that was only the beginning.), Half of Big Red is Too Much (UCLA's Bill Walton sat out 21 minute with four fouls, then rushed back in and destroyed N.C. State.), Grr, Gate, Great! (Readying for his rematch with Joe Frazier, Muhammad Ali is - you'd never guess - sparring with guard dogs.), Everyone Likes to be Bowled Over (While there may be flaws in the format, postseason games are usually exciting - and sometimes meaningful.), Sportsman of the Year (Jackie Stewart displayed talent, intelligence and the discipline to quit at the peak of his career), The Caribbean (A photo essay on sport in ghe ebullient sun country.), (A tour of the canebrakes with a baseball superstar.), Charles Goren's Christmas Bridge Quiz (Are long suits your strong suit? SI's bridge expert offers a test of your pre-emptive bidding skills.), The Power and the Glory (Coming off a strange year, heavyweight boxing's best and near best could be cooking up a storm for 1974.))
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