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January 24, 1972 | Volume 36, Issue 4

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Duane Thomas Cover - Sports Illustrated January 24, 1972

January 24, 1972 | Tex Maule

January 24, 1972 | Dan Jenkins

January 24, 1972 | Ron Fimrite
Champion Joe Frazier gave his young challenger a cram course in the left hook, and then sent him back to SMU to study law

January 24, 1972 | William Johnson

January 24, 1972
The newest traditional old-time rivalry in basketball is currently seething within the ranks of the ABA. When Utah plays Indiana, the emotions run higher than the scores.

January 24, 1972
"I left my heart in San Francisco," croons Golfter Tony Jacklin on his new Columbia album, Tony Jacklin Swings Into. As the latest in a series of athletes (Joe Frazier, George Blanda, Bud...

January 24, 1972 | William F. Reed
He came from UCLA, he talks as though he were UCLA and he has his Louisville team playing like UCLA, which spells trouble for—UCLA

January 24, 1972 | Herman Weiskopf
WEST

January 24, 1972 | Robert F. Jones
Buffalo fans haven't much to cheer except the scoring of wondrous Rick Martin, who just might become the NHL's first 50-goal rookie

January 24, 1972 | Peter Carry
And what Memphis has now got is more stockholders than All-Stars

January 24, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
THE FROSH RULE

January 24, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Sam Aubrey, Oklahoma State basketball coach, asked how he slept after his team's 83-62 loss to Colorado: "Just like a baby. I would sleep an hour, then wake up and cry for an hour."

January 24, 1972 | Pat Jordan

January 24, 1972
BASKETBALL—NBA: Both Milwaukee and Los Angeles suffered letdowns after their momentous meeting, with the Bucks dropping two of three and the Lakers one of three. Phoenix startled Milwaukee when...

January 24, 1972
10, 11—Walter Iooss Jr.12—Neil Leifer13—Walter Iooss Jr.14, 15—Herb Scharfman, Walter Iooss Jr., Neil Leifer22, 23—Herb Scharfman47—AP54, 56—Tony Triolo59—Carl Iwasaki70—Noel Davis-Atlanta Journal (1)

January 24, 1972
Wright Bazemore, 55, retired after the Valdosta (Ga.) High football team won its 15th state title in his 31 years as head coach. Valdosta beat Avondale, a suburb of Atlanta, 62-12 in the finals of...

January 24, 1972
HEMINGWAY'S JOURNAL (CONT.)Sirs:Reviewing your 19TH HOLE section indicates dissent may be an affront to your editorial pride—there is so little of it printed. Surely no subject can have much...

January 24, 1972 | Gwilym S. Brown
Given the current trend in television, it is possible to conceive a schedule completely dominated by sport—which would not be all that bad, considering the present state of programming. One would...