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March 02, 1970 | Volume 32, Issue 9

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Ed Giacomin Cover - Sports Illustrated March 02, 1970

March 02, 1970 | Curry Kirkpatrick
As the sounds of battle faded, South Carolina's fighting Gamecocks were masters of all they surveyed—for the moment. But next week the country's strongest league goes at it all over again

March 02, 1970 | Robert F. Jones
Pete Hamilton, a college dropout from Massachusetts, rolled into Dixie and whipped a galaxy of heroes in the Daytona 500

March 02, 1970 | James Shepherd
One of the sleekest and smartest of the big cats and now an endangered species, the Indian leopard occasionally becomes a hunter of men. This one has terrorized a remote community for two years

March 02, 1970 | Gary Ronberg
<i>Little Emile Francis has maneuvered the New York Rangers up from oblivion into a hot race for the National Hockey League championship. Now all he has to do is outthink the onrushing Boston...

March 02, 1970
Through the years the basic moods and sights in places like Tigertown, Dodgertown, Casa Grande and Mesa never truly change. The young pitcher must tough it out on diamonds far removed from those...

March 02, 1970
Big Lew joined the last-place Milwaukee Bucks of pro basketball and made them a winner on the court and at the gate. Tex Maule tells what has happened to Lew in that time.

March 02, 1970 | Skip Myslenski
<b>Marty Liquori, the first American in four years to beat Jim Ryun at a mile, has become everybody's long-distance target</b>

March 02, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
The story of Dick Schaap's start as the man behind the tape recorder—or, at the very least, as the man next to it—comes close to total implausibility. Schaap was simply another journalist and a...

March 02, 1970
After a hard day's play, a pro athlete ought to be able to crawl into his hotel room and let his hair down, but if he stops at the Sheraton in Philadelphia he had best be on his toes. Mickey...

March 02, 1970 | Dick Russell
Mississippi College scored 146 points—and got beaten to maintain its record as the game's most prolific loser

March 02, 1970 | Peter Carry

March 02, 1970 | Virginia Kraft
Texans have one more goody to stuff into their cornucopia—trout, albeit imported ones, for the catching in the Guadalupe

March 02, 1970 | Anita Verschoth
Everybody knows Norway always wins Nordic championships. It looked that way this time, too—when, suddenly, up jumped the Russians

March 02, 1970 | Whitney Tower
That's what most people said when they heard who won the Everglades

March 02, 1970 | Bill Freehan
<i>Denny McLain, the high-flying Detroit pitcher suspended indefinitely from baseball for 'his 1967 involvement in book-making activities,' has long been a controversial figure among his own...

March 02, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: New York played only two games last week, but the results were wildly different. First the Knicks routed Los Angeles 114-93 as four New Yorkers scored at least 18 points. Then they...

March 02, 1970
4—Bill Sauro-New York Times13—James Drake14—left, James Drake, right, Bruce Roberts-Rapho Guillumette16, 17—Peter Biro19—Ylla-Rapho Guillumette30, 31—John D. Hanlon34—Roy DeCarava41—Central...

March 02, 1970
Lynn Snarenberger, 17, an honor student at Southeast High School in Wichita, Kans., received 10 state awards for both English and Western Horsemanship at the Kansas Saddle Horse Association...

March 02, 1970
CITIZENS' WARSirs:As a citizen desperately concerned, yet totally at a loss as to what he can do, about the ravage of our natural bounties, I would like to express profound gratitude to SPORTS...

March 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer

March 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Joe Brown, Pittsburgh Pirates general manager, asking John Quinn, Philadelphia Phillies general manager, for an hour's delay in starting their exhibition game scheduled for March 7 because of the...