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March 18, 1968 | Volume 28, Issue 11

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Bill Bradley Cover - Sports Illustrated March 18, 1968

March 18, 1968 | Duncan Barnes
A new book entitled One Hundred Great Guns (Walker & Co., New York) might well be worth the $25 it costs if it were nothing more than a handsome picture book. But besides its 200 or more fine...

March 18, 1968
BLACKBALLED

March 18, 1968
•Jack McCloskey, Wake Forest basketball coach, after his team lost to St. Joseph's of Philadelphia: "I don't mind when we play a Catholic school and the referee is Catholic, but when the game is...

March 18, 1968 | Paul Ress

March 18, 1968 | Joe Jares

March 18, 1968 | Joe Jares
EAST REGIONALS

March 18, 1968
Down to four teams, the NCAA basketball tournament moves to Los Angeles for the final round. Joe Jares analyzes the regional title games and predicts the likely winner.

March 18, 1968 | Pete Axthelm

March 18, 1968 | Mark Kram

March 18, 1968 | Curry Kirkpatrick

March 18, 1968
Often he stands awkwardly in the winner's circle as his owner accepts the trophies. At other times he is back in the barn as his jockey is surrounded by press and pageantry. Mostly his job is one...

March 18, 1968
"Ten years ago," the London Daily Express muses, "any suggestion that the 'In' dog of 1968 would be the Old English Sheepdog would have been faintly comic. Nevertheless, it has happened. Pop star...

March 18, 1968 | Alfred Wright
Friction between the touring pros and the PGA flares over new clauses in tournament entry forms

March 18, 1968 | Garry Valk
Mark Kram, whose story of the first fight night in the new Madison Square Garden begins on page 35, hardly fulfills the image of what a magazine sports writer—even one primarily concerned with...

March 18, 1968 | Barbara La Fontaine
They are so well hidden in the labyrinthian cellars of the White House that it takes a First Lady to find them. The President's wife, it develops, is not only a fine bowler, she shines even with...

March 18, 1968 | Charles Goren
Firing on the contract bridge front began a full week before the opening of the Spring National Championships in New-York City this month. Canada's Olympiad bridge team invaded Manhattan for a...

March 18, 1968 | Charles Goren
NORTH

March 18, 1968 | Charles Goren
NORTH

March 18, 1968 | Martin Kane

March 18, 1968
BASKETBALL—ABA: PITTSBURGH (50-23) won its 10th, 11th and 12th straight games—with Connie Hawkins totaling 120 points—and then lost two as its lead slipped to 2½ games over second-place MINNESOTA...

March 18, 1968
6—Antonio Marcilla22—Paris Match-Pictorial Parade23—Keystone Press24—London Daily Express-Pictorial Parade25—Paris Match-Pictorial Parade28—Neil Leifer29—Eric Schweikardt31—Walter Iooss Jr.32,...

March 18, 1968
Bruce Preston, a ninth-grader at The Principia Upper School in St. Louis, set six varsity swimming records—in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly and individual medley—as he won 20 of 24...

March 18, 1968 | Mervin Hyman
THE TOURNAMENTS

March 18, 1968
TIPOFFSirs:Resentment dominated my first reaction to the statements regarding the Eastern College Athletic Conference and myself as its commissioner contained in your SCORECARD item, "In a Fix"...