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March
18
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Babe Ruth
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The Last 16 are at the Post (College basketball's best approach the NCAAs), He'd Rather Be Red Than Rich (Heavyweight Cuban boxer Teofilo Stevenson spurns the Yankee dollars), Familiar Faces in New Places (After an offseason filled with trades several baseball players speak their minds), Having a Ball with the ABA (Commissioner Mike Storen is telling his owners to have faith - faith enough to land Bill Walton), Slaughter on South Island (New Zealand deer are being hunted from helicopters and are facing the fate of the American Bison), McAdoo About Something (The Buffalo Braves have made shrewd trades, drafted well and have their big man dominating the NBA stat sheets), And Along Came Ruth (Part one of a series: The man who would become a sporting god launches his home-run assault)
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March
25
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Bill Walton /
Tom Burleson
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A Dynesty Imperiled (The Montreal Canadians are no longer the hockey royalty they once were), Down and Out, Back and Ready (With David Thompson hurt N.C. State won but so did UCLA, Marquette and Kansas), Pull Over, Pull In and Pray (With changes in the cars for the California 500 the pit stops became dangerous), His Fight Plan is a Planter's Punch (Ken Norton hopes his mental victory garden wil help him to beat George Foreman), Hit Opening in New York (Part 2 of a series: Babe Ruth speeds into the Yankee lineup and into the record books), Hot Pants for Cold Skaters (New clothes to help skaters warm up in style), Power and Light on a Lonely Land (The Alaska Pipeline)
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April
29
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"Best Schoolboy Athlete - Utah's Bruce Hardy"
Big Fish in Turbulent Water (Baseball star Dick Allen), No Advantage Facing Stanford (College tennis), Dr. J and Whopper Shell Kentucky (ABA playoffs), One for the Money, Two for the Show (LPGA), Bruce Hardy, All American Boy, A Seal and a Spitz Named Mark (Swimming), The Sun Shines Bright (Kentucky Derby memories)
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May
20
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A Matter of Celtic Pride (Boston Celtics still have Havilcek), Deep in the Heart, For a Change (The Texas Rangers are starting to have a few fans), Leapin' Lizards, It's UCLA Again (The volleyball team wins their fourth NCAA title in five years), Mixing Up the Fast and Frivolous (Indy qualifing), A Golden Week for a Lot of Oldies (WCT final and team tennis), Short, Sweet and Deadly (Artist Don Moss and his view of par-3 holes), One Hot Spot after Another (Alvin Dark reflects on problems he's seen in towns other than Oakland), Journey to the Center of the Earth (Cave exploring)
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May
27
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Jim Wynn of the Dodgers
Contents - No Mirrors Now, Sir (No longer needing magic, the Dodgers rip-roaring hitters, notably Jim Wynn, have put them way out ahead), Clearing Up The Muddied Picture (Little Currents spectacular win in the Preakness gave the racing season a badly needed touch of class), Jubilation At Last In Philly (The city of sports losers gets a big winner as the Flyers, those bumptious expansionists, seize the Stanley Cup), Without Reservation, A Wintu Won (Golf's first designated event became Rod Curl's first victory as the little Indian beat the big boys in the Colonial), Off The Shores Of Gitche Gumee (Hymned by Longfellow, Lake Superior has more recently been limned by limnologists and a concerned judge), Picture You In My T For Two (Every year about this time they make the revival run, proving that Ford's Speedster is alive and swell), Rooms, Rinks And Rookies (Those have been the three Rs of NHL bockey scouts as they prepared for next week's player draft), Pride In Bondage (Even to the present day, sacred rites of servitude bind the giant sumo wrestler of Japan to the feudal past) The Departments - Scorecard, Baseball, Hunting, Medicine, Crew, For The Record, 19th Hole
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June
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Start in Back and Attack (Johnny Rutherford wins at Indy), Putting Some Cuffs on the Fists (NHL tries to eliminate fights), Still Alive and Kicking (Ralph Houk goes to manage the Tigers), Gold to Ivory, Ashes for Tony (Track where Ivory Crockett wins and Tony Waldrop doesn't), Montreal's Motto: Have Fun (Novel ideas for the upcoming Olympics), The Film-Flam Men (Sports movies), He Took The British for a Ride (Jack Dick and his astute painting purchases)
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July
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Gerald Ford
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Contents - An Ace Came Out Of The Pack (Uphill and down wheeled the seven-day Tour of the Sierra, second longest bike race in U.E. history.), Stormy Debut For The Cup (First racing trials for the new U.S. boats sent one of them back to its U.S. builder and gave another anxious moments.), Warning: Dangerous Slurves Ahead (That's the pitch from Atlanta's league-leading Buzz Capri and his surprising mound colleagues.), In Defense Of The Competitive Urge (Vice-President Gerald Ford recalls his day as a lineman and coach and ponders the current state of the sport.), Ring Of Bright Marbles (On the hot, flat Jersey sands it was a time for reverie, as children knuckled down for a national championship.), Reprieve For A Madman (Continuing his jouney, the bonus pitcher has fits of wildness - and rage - followed by a glimmer of hope.), Haunting The Artic (On a trek toward the polar seas, six adventurers pursue the shades of a 19th century expedition.)
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July
15
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Jimmy Connors & Chris Evert
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For Love and Money (Wimbledon won by soon-to-be Mr. and Mrs. Connors), Bang-Bang Drama at Daytona (David Pearson beats Richard Petty at the Firecracker 400), A Gutbuster at Gotham (Bob Magoon sets the Miami-to-New York powerboat record), Rising to the Grand Old Occasion (Boston and Baltimore baseball brawl), Chasing Summer Blues (Fishing for Bluefish), Requiem for a Fastball (Part 3), 4 Minutes and 20 Years (Roger Bannister twenty years after setting the record)
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July
22
Good  Lou Brock Gary Player wins the British Open, U.S. basketball team loses at San Juan to the Russians, World Football League opens it's season, West Germany beats Holland in the World Cup final, America's Cup trials, Lou Brock on basestealing, Louisiana Superdome 1
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August
12
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Mike Marshall
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Contents - He Also Serves (Mike Marshall, baseball's best reliever, is hard at work on a doctorate in physiology - and a pennant for the Dodgers.), Winning One For the Slipper (Buttery smooth as ever, an aging Jose Napoles beat Hedgemon Lewis to retain his welterweight title.), Muddling Along on a Stormy Puddle (Lake Erie acts up when it blows, as the offshore racers learned in their Midwestern showdown - er. breakdown.), Big Noise From San Antonio (After the smoke from 641 guns settled over Texas, an outsider had won skeet's world championship.), Red-Hot Factory for the Pros (While manufacturing amateur baseball championships, a Baltimore team stamps out products for the major leagues.), How Does It Really Feel (The Steelers' deft but batterred hands reflect both the grace and brutality of football: Part 3 of a series.), Light, Tight and Right for Racing (Weighing in at a mere ounce or so, the new skinsuits are sweeping the competitive swimming world.), Young Man on the Run (Jim Dunn made up his 16-year-old mind to jog from Mexico to Canada and found adventure along the way.) The Departments - Scorecard, People, Baseball, Design for Sport, Soap Box, For The Record, 19th Hole
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August
26
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John Newcombe
Strangers in Paradise (The Red Sox have all New England agog, but they are so changed they seem to be out of their league.), A Holding Pattern for Little Current (Once again a long shot upset the Belmont winner, ruining anticipated duel with Chris Evert.), It's One Big Happy Family - But (While the Rams love Owner Carroll Rosenbloom, they're apt to walk out again if the strike resumes.), Six Wet Cops and Sandra (There were blue words over the white cliffs of Dover as everybody got into the Channel swim.), Last of the Awesome Aussies (No 30, John Newcombe is at the top of his game, but he feels there is more to life than just playing tennis.), Don't Tinker with This Kid Brother (Tinker Owens may not with the Heisman Trophy as Steve did, but he's adding luster to the family name.), Sea of Turmoil (The America's Cup eliminations are awash with fierce striving at the 12-meter yachts duel off Newport.)
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September
30
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Tom Clements
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Out One Hand and in the Other (Fumbles helped Miami beat Buffalo, still leaving the question of how good the NFL champs are this season.), Up in the Air in the Hectic Eaast (The National League race, that is. ALthough the Cards lost a series to the Pirates they stayed loose - and ahead.), Jolting the Reds and the NHL (Team Canada was called Team Castoff, so the Russians were not the only ones surprised by the early results.), Right Man in the Right Place (There may be better players than Notre Dame's Tom Clements, but he's the No. 1 quarterback on the No. 1 team.), They'll Be Swinging in the Rain (While Foreman waits cooly and Ali clowns around, lightning over Zaire signals the wet season.), The Con Game That Got Rough (It was murder on the field when Burt Reynolds and some real pros shot a football story about a prison grudge match.), Heirs of Judge Landis (In relaxed and occasionally irreverent conversation, Alvin, Clarence, Bowie and Walter bare a few secrets.)
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October
21
Good  LA & Oakland World Series photos Oakland and LA split first two games of series, Ohio State is No.1 in college football but don't forget about Michigan, Frank Robinson talks about his role as baseball's first black manager, Hockey 1974/1975, NHL czar Alan Eagleson, The rattlesnake in America 1
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October
28
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Foreman-Ali
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Triple Crown for the Clowns (Harlequins they seemed, but the gaudy A's pounced on Dodger errors to win their third straight World Series.), Ancient Age and His Pal Whiskey (At 40, Sonny Jurgensen has replaced roommate Bill Kilmer and led the Redskins to another big win.), A Bell Ringer for Goolagong (This is the year that her coach predicted would be Evone's regal coming-out, and the chimes are sounding.), Cut 'n Run Versus the Big Gun (Ali says he is razor-sharp, which discloses his strategy against the power of champion George Foreman.), Pro Basketball 1974 / 1975 (Off on the Wrong Foot)(The Sky Hook - Stop-Action Photographs)(Havlicek - The Green Running Machine)(Scouting reports on the NBA and ABA), A Coming of Age (Secretariat ran his last race just one year ago, a fast finish to a career that had a relatively slow start.)
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November
4
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The Best Team You Never Saw (Oklahoma, banned from television, is better than most people know), Don't Send My Boy to Harvard... (Moses Malone goes straight to the pros), Gambling with Their Future (LA Rams drop QB John Hadl forJames Harris), It's a Woman's World ((Horse racing fillies Dahlia and Allez France), Back Where They Belong (Lake Placid to host the Winter Olympics again), Marching to a Different Drummer (The Ruffed Grouse), A Run for Their Money (Dr. Kenneth Cooper's theories about aerobics)
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December
16
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World Bowl in Crisis (World Football League is in trouble), A Bonus For Working Overtime (Howard beats St. Louis for the NCAA Soccer championship), The Golden State of Rick Barry (Basketball player now has respect of fans and teammates), His Investment is Going Up (Malcolm Forbes and his transatlantic balloon ride), Trouping the Colors for Gussie Nell (Dance-Drill Team in Kilgore, Texas), Wilderness Will Find You (Nature), How About a Game (AMF - the giant of sports equipment)
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December
23
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Muhammad Ali
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The Way It Was and Will Be (Baseball games, future and past), Buffalo, but no Shuffle (New York Knicks can't get past the Buffalo Braves), For Openers, Super Bowl VIII 1/2 (Oakland to play Miami), Bruisers and Bunny Hoppers (Philadelphia Flyers are good and bad), Bowl-Bound, Bowled Over (Teams that flopped in college football this year), Sportsman of the Year (Muhammad Ali)
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