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March 06, 1972 | Volume 36, Issue 10

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Bill Walton Cover - Sports Illustrated March 06, 1972

March 06, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
Y DADDIES

March 06, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Chris Evert, 17-year-old tennis champion, after a year of being called things like "teen angel," when asked if she was getting tired of all the emphasis on her youth: "Well, it would be nice if...

March 06, 1972 | Dan Jenkins

March 06, 1972 | Pat Putnam
The 60-yard dash takes six seconds to run, but what with the psyching out before and the acrimony afterward, it lasts an eternity

March 06, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
And again and again. That's life for the king of the Black Hawks, Bobby Hull, who protests the shadowing he receives as no fun for him and a poor hockey show. Still, last week he scored his 40th goal

March 06, 1972 | William F. Reed

March 06, 1972
Baseball's too-fat cats of 1971, the Cincinnati Reds, may turn out to be tigers in 1972—if Manager Sparky Anderson's spring whipcracking works. Bill Leggett reports.

March 06, 1972
Through the centuries man has utilized masks to ward off terrifying forces of nature and to terrify other men, no people more imaginatively than antique Africans. Small wonder, then, that hockey...

March 06, 1972 | Edwin Shrake

March 06, 1972
The baseball holdout game just ain't what it used to be. Time was when hard-to-get stars popped tranquilizers and hung by the phone waiting for management to call back. Today's holdouts are too...

March 06, 1972 | William F. Reed
Singer John Denver's West Virginia is a land of country roads and mountain mamas. Well, yes, but a better description, at least down in Huntington, would go something like this: it is the land of...

March 06, 1972 | Harold Peterson
MIDWEST

March 06, 1972 | Herman Weiskopf
Chris Taylor of Iowa State is proving that the bigger you are the harder it is to be felled—but you may need a meat scale to weigh in

March 06, 1972 | Charles Goren
It was not the big money prize that persuaded me to enter a team of Goren all-stars in the knockout team tournament in Las Vegas last December. It was the caliber of the competition. I have never...

March 06, 1972 | Frank Deford
Baseball's sacred percentages are under attack by a scholar-heretic, Earnshaw Cook, who, armed with his iconoclast's computer, says nuts to the sacrifice bunt and the practice of starting starting...

March 06, 1972 | Robert H. Boyle
It's no oblate spheroid, but it takes some funny bounces when tackles try to dribble it, as Dave Costa of the Denver Broncos will testify

March 06, 1972 | Hugh D. Whall
The first production-line models arrive, quietly—and expensively

March 06, 1972 | Pat Jordan
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March 06, 1972
BASKETBALL—NBA: With four weeks left in the season Boston pushed its Atlantic Division lead over New York to four games as the Celtics rebounded from a four-game losing streak to win three in a...

March 06, 1972
17—Lane Stewart, Martin Mills18—Lane Stewart, Martin Mills19—Lane Stewart20, 21—James Drake22—Tony Triolo24, 25—Sheedy & Long35—Tony Triolo47—top, Terry O'Neill © Hatton52, 54—John...

March 06, 1972
Bret Janssen, 14, of Cupertino, Calif., won only one varsity wrestling match for Hyde Junior High, but qualified for the Santa Clara County finals and took the 105-pound title. Though only 5'5" he...

March 06, 1972
JUMPERSSirs:It certainly is ironic that your article about Marquette (Get Da Shoodah, Said Faddah, Feb. 21) and its fabulous center, Jim Chones, should appear at the same time Chones decided to...