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February 14, 1972 | Volume 36, Issue 7

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Ken Dryden Cover - Sports Illustrated February 14, 1972

February 14, 1972 | William Johnson

February 14, 1972 | Joe Jares
The townspeople have always had something going for little Providence, but now that the stars are homegrown the fans are really flying, just like their Friars who are pushing hard to be best in...

February 14, 1972 | William L. Wall
The ugly violence in Minnesota was only one of the many ills afflicting the college game. Here the president of the nation's coaches demands changes to redeem his sport

February 14, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy

February 14, 1972 | Roy Blount Jr.

February 14, 1972
First volley in the civil war of tournament tennis will be fired in Philadelphia, where the pros open a campaign to breach the barricades of Wimbledon and Forest Hills.

February 14, 1972 | Coles Phinizy

February 14, 1972
The subject boarded a Mohawk Airlines flight from Syracuse to Buffalo under an assumed name. On arrival he was met by a group of anonymous men who retrieved his luggage and whisked him off to a...

February 14, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

February 14, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Karl Schranz, the Austrian skier who reportedly makes $50,000 a year, on his disqualification from the Winter Olympics for commercialism: "It's an emphasis on the wrong principle. I think the...

February 14, 1972 | Harold Peterson

February 14, 1972 | Larry Keith
The game's biggest player is now becoming one of its best

February 14, 1972 | Pat Putnam
Eleven world records have been broken or tied out in Pocatello

February 14, 1972 | Joe Marshall
The pros play a great game, or so Pete Rozelle keeps on saying, but others find it overcautious, hidebound, monotonous and dull, dull, dull

February 14, 1972 | Kenneth Rudeen
The French consider their horses a noble race, individuals with almost human qualities, and none is more distinguished than the stallion and mare who put their titles on the line in the classic...

February 14, 1972 | Jim Harrison

February 14, 1972
BASKETBALL—NBA: Los Angeles rolled to a five-game win streak with three more victories. In a 153-131 rout of Portland the Lakers scored 46 points in the last period and set a team field-goal mark...

February 14, 1972
12—T. Tanuma, Neil Leifer13—Jerry Cooke14—Neil Leifer, except top middle, T. Tanuma17—left, Jerry Cooke, right, Neil Leifer, T. Tanuma18, 19—James Drake20—John F. Jaqua22, 23—Tony Triolo39—Coles...

February 14, 1972
William (Bud) Pirone has coached Oneonta (N.Y.) High tennis teams to a 98-5 record in the past seven years. His teams have also continued a nine-year unbeaten streak on their home court. Pirone...

February 14, 1972
WINTER GAMESSirs:Thanks to what William Johnson termed "one of the tackiest and most depressing-looking sports facilities anywhere" (Ice-Cold Games and a Solid-Cold Girl, Jan. 31), SI had an...