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April 02, 1973 | Volume 38, Issue 13

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Henri Richard Cover - Sports Illustrated April 02, 1973

April 02, 1973
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—Defending champion IMMACULATA COLLEGE (Pa.) defeated Queens College 59-52 to win the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women national title in Flushing, N.Y.

April 02, 1973
Cover—Tony Triolo6—Neil Leifer24, 25—Sheedy & Long62—Phipps Photographic, UPI65—Jim Raftery71—Fred Kaplan-Black Star81—John D. Hanlon

April 02, 1973
Debbie Koffel, 8, of Hillsboro, Ore. was the youngest girl ever to enter the Annual Trail's End Marathon at Seaside, Ore. The 4'2" third-grader placed sixth in the women's division, running the...

April 02, 1973
ROBERTO'S LEGACYSirs:A very touching story (Now Playing Right: Manny Sanguillen, March 19). Yes, a great story and a fine picture of the plaque on the door of Roberto Clemente's old room. Johnny...

April 02, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

April 02, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jack Dolph, former commissioner of the American Basketball Association: "I love basketball, but I am concerned that the game is too long, the season is too long, and the players are too long."

April 02, 1973 | Curry Kirkpatrick

April 02, 1973 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Indiana red, that is, which swamped Tennessee for its sixth straight national collegiate swimming title, undeterred by such distractions as orange clockworkers

April 02, 1973 | Ron Reid
In its grand opening the International Track Association grossed $58,600 but nearly shortchanged 12,280 fans with two almost-abbreviated races

April 02, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy

April 02, 1973 | Peter Carry

April 02, 1973
If you have watched the Masters on television, you must have seen the lovely 16th hole, its tee set back in the shadows of some tall pines, sunlight sparkling on the long lake that forms most of...

April 02, 1973
Baseball 1973 should be a banner year, with designated hitters, mustaches, more Monday night TV, Henry chasing the Babe and the prospect of exciting pennant races in both leagues. But while...

April 02, 1973 | Sarah Pileggi
Masters fans are a burdened lot: burdened with binoculars that grow heavier as a hot spring day advances, with shooting sticks and folding chairs for when the hilly distances have taken their...

April 02, 1973 | Dan Jenkins

April 02, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Kenny Moore's account of the Olympic marathon, in which he finished fourth, begins on page 92 of this issue. His manuscript ended "Munich-Amalfi-Rome-Nairobi," reminiscent of James Joyce's...

April 02, 1973
For sale. Holstein and Guernsey herd, farm equipment and two bushels of golf balls. 562-5307.

April 02, 1973 | Whitney Tower
A fast 3-year-old named after a comedian has been having the last laughs at tracks down in Florida

April 02, 1973 | Ron Fimrite
After Oakland's Gene Tenace hit those four home runs in the World Series to beat Cincinnati, he looked forward to celebrity status—endorsements, talk shows and banquets. But, alas, his phone never...

April 02, 1973 | Pat Putnam
Nobody, really, except the four NIT teams that lost to the scrambling Gobblers by a total of five points

April 02, 1973 | Kenny Moore

April 02, 1973 | Roy Blount Jr.
What do a spider, an octopus and quadruplets have in common? They have eight legs and nobody really wants them."

April 02, 1973 | Arthur Myers
Prizefights have changed a lot of things over the years: the amount of money in people's pockets, the shape of a man's nose, opinions once held to be unshakable, the course of many men's lives....