Sports Illustrated-1975

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March 24
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Chuck Wepner
They Kept Him in Stitches (Chuck Wepner's history and chances against Ali), Two on a Snowy Seesaw (World Cup Skiing), Jaunty Stride into History (Frank Robinson becomes the first Black manager), Who'll Handle the Hoosiers? (NCAA basketball), Where None Has Gone (Sir Ernest Shackleton in 1916), Outsider in the Mainstream (Swimmer David Wilkie), Mirror of My Mood (Story of a favorite dog)
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April 14
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Vasili Alexeyev
Now For Serious Business (The Playoffs begin), Love Conquers All (Chris Evert is holding hands with Jimmy Conners again), A Crew of Perfect Gentleman (Harvard unveils it's racing crew), Keep Cool and Collect (U.S. Gymnasts), Tales of Leo and Larry (Durocher and MacPhail), They Also Serve.. (Wives of players at the Masters), The Best at Everything (Weightlifter Vasili Alexeyev)
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September
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Brian Oldfield
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Contents - Poisoned Fish, Troubled Waters (At last a swell of protest is rising against PCBs, the toxic compounds that are being spewed into our lakes and rivers and dispersed into the atmosphere contaminating a variety of animals - including humans. Awake to the menace, officialdom must now do something about it.), Furniss Was All Stoked Up (Determined to atone for Cali, young Bruce got hot at the AAU championships.), Wheeling and Dealing (Skateboards are back. The kids are rolling, and so are manufacturers - in money.), He Ran into Doors (Tony DeSpirito, a star at 16, dead at 39. In between, he had everything but luck.), Wiles of the Wigwag Man (He tugs at his cap, shuffles, scratches, and sends the signals that win games.), Coming on Strong (Brian Oldfield, whirling deverish of the shotput, has muscles to match his ego.)
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September
22
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Buckeye Revenge (Ohio State beats Michigan State), Get Lost, Cinderella (Marlboro Cup Horse Racing), An Indy on a Wet Track (Sailboating's version of the 500), A Potshot Angers its Quarry (A CBS show on hunting starts a nationwide fury), Pro Football '75: Dan Jenkins finds a muddle in the huddle, Mark Mulvoy with the Centers, Scouting Reports, Roy Blount Jr and Mean Joe Greene; This Coach is First Class (Chicago Track Club's Ted Haydon)
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November 10
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Fran Tarkenton
Fran Tarkenton closes in on Johnny Unitas's records, Secretariat's first two colts go to auction, New Orleans Jazz and Pistol Pete, Will Nebraska be No. 1, Don Vesco sets another motorcycle speed record at Bonneville, Boatbuilder Bob Derecktor, The Pribilot seal
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November
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Hockey Brawls
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Contents - Wanted: No More Mayhem (The time is long overdue for hockey to stop encouraging vicious behavior.), A Steel Bit Drills Them (Things looked bad, but with 38 seconds left the Steelers hit pay dirt on the Oilers.), Battle of the Beverages (Brazilian coffee won Key West's offshore powerboat showdown over a Dry Martini.), Pursued by a Long Shadow (With John Wooden retired, Gene Bartow must coach against a legend at UCLA.), Darrell Shoud Win as Often (Compared to the coach of the Longhorns, Texas A & M's Gil Steinke is true royalty.), Easy as One Two Ski (After years of going downhill, the sport comes with a new technique.), Taking The Fun Out (Obsessed adults in little league football can wring the game dry of joy.) The Departments - Scorecard, College Football, Horse Racing, Tennis, For The Record, 19th Hole
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November
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Chuck Muncie
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Contents - Gold is the Goal (A U.S.S.R. national basketball team readies for the Olympics by touring the U.S.), One More Hart Attack Victim (Coming from behind in the last few seconds is the St. Louis life style.), Meet The Strangers (A purge made it hard for New York hockey fans to tell the players without a program.), The Runners' Game (Records set by this season's ball carrying marvels will not be broken until next year.), A Cheer For Hudson High (In this thrilling episode, a Michigan school out, Jack Armstrings the radio fiction.), One Game Makes a Season (An artist's view of collegiate football's portentious rivalry, Ohio State - Michigan.), In The Way Of Progress (When the Army Corps of Engineers arrived, North Bonneville stood its ground.), Those Were The Days (This year's Open at Forest Hills as viewed through the eyes on yesterday's stars.) The Departments - Scorecard, TV / Radio, College Football, Hunting, Golf, Hang Gliding, For The Record, 19th Hole
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