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March 09, 1970 | Volume 32, Issue 10

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Lew Alcindor Cover - Sports Illustrated March 09, 1970

March 09, 1970 | William Johnson
<i>Here comes skiing, richer than ever. Here come the skiing manufacturers, with brand names and big money. And here comes the inevitable collision between amateurism and the 1972 Olympics</i>

March 09, 1970 | Tex Maule
<i>A drag on the court, at the gate and in the hearts of its fans, Milwaukee was transformed by the arrival of one man, and his influence pervades all pro basketball</i>

March 09, 1970 | William F. Reed
<b>That was the credo Arnold Spitz instilled in his son and until the '68 Olympics Mark Spitz lived up to it. Now the troubled boy has matured and is winning for himself</b>

March 09, 1970 | Joe Jares
Led by 'J.J.' Johnson, Iowa's slick combo came on late with the acid to edge Purdue and take the Big Ten championship

March 09, 1970 | Peter Carry

March 09, 1970 | Pat Putnam
Burly George Frenn, with an assist from his psychotherapist, wins a national title

March 09, 1970 | Edwin Shrake
<i>When the wicked swirl of Hurricane Camillie hit the Gulf Coast last summer it claimed 258 lives and, amid nearly $1.5 billion in destruction, took a heavy toll of pleasure boats. The...

March 09, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: Despite the absence of Bill Bradley, still missing because of an injured ankle, the New York Knicks had a 2-1 week and took their 54th victory, 115-101 over third-place Baltimore,...

March 09, 1970
4—Curt Gunther12—Gerry Cranham, Neil Leifer, Tony Triolo17—Jerry Cooke18, 19—Heinz Kluetmeier26—Heinz Kluetmeier27—Sheedy & Long30-34—Jerry Cooke42—Lin Caulfield, UPI52—Sheedy &...

March 09, 1970
Mark Robinson, a 6'3" guard for White-wood (Va.) High, scored 74 points and grabbed 48 rebounds as his team defeated Rocky Gap High 131-85. Mark, who is the state's leading scorer with a 38.9...

March 09, 1970
DOWNFALLSirs:I was planning on sending you a letter telling how disgusted I was that you cut up Denny McLain (Downfall of a Hero, Feb. 23). Well I'm glad I didn't. I find it's better knowing the...