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February 11, 1974 | Volume 40, Issue 6

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Ben Crenshaw Cover - Sports Illustrated February 11, 1974

February 11, 1974 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle

February 11, 1974 | Joe Marshall

February 11, 1974 | Pat Jordan
Down among the throbbing eardrums in the season's first big drag-racing event, the $280,000 Winternationals, there were Funny Cars, fun cars and a not-such-fun crash. Happily the driver was unhurt

February 11, 1974 | Kent Hannon
College basketball's leading scorer is up at five working his spread. No sweat. He studies in the evening—after chores

February 11, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy

February 11, 1974
No tea party for the Boston Celtics are successive games against Chicago, Milwaukee, New York and Milwaukee again. Peter Carry describes the power struggle.

February 11, 1974 | Dan Jenkins

February 11, 1974 | Jeannette Bruce
Because bears are smart enough to sneak off under a snowbank to escape Wyoming's biting winters, the National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander has refined this behavior as part of its survival...

February 11, 1974 | Ron Fimrite

February 11, 1974
Atlanta Hawk Announcer Skip Caray, whose real name is Harry Caray Jr., dates a Japanese stewardess. He was thinking of getting engaged until he realized that marriage would be terribly unfair to her.

February 11, 1974 | Barry McDermott
Arizona was long given up for dead, but a transfusion of stimulating young talent brought in from afar has hearts all aflutter in Tucson

February 11, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf

February 11, 1974 | Ron Fimrite
The McDonald's man with the most gets the ball team with the least

February 11, 1974 | Giles Tippette

February 11, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Rick Barry's flair for the dramatic, if not the impossible, resulted in four straight Warrior wins this week. In Atlanta Barry scored 40 points, including 20 in the third...

February 11, 1974
9—Arnold Newman, John Dominis16—Lane Stewart17—Joe Marshall18—John Iacono19—Heinz Kluetmeier22, 23—Tony Tomsic32—James Drake45—John Iacono48—AP50—Fred Kaplan-Black Star56—Leviton-Atlanta72—Edward...

February 11, 1974
Tim Walker, a junior at Rogers High in Newport, R.I., nailed down his second straight New England AAU high-jump title with a leap of 6'8". He has also tied the American outdoor record (6'11") in...

February 11, 1974
SUNBURSTSSirs:I don't believe it! In a week in which Johnny Miller wins an unheard-of triple on the golf tour and UCLA has an 88-game winning streak brought to an end, you have the nerve to put an...

February 11, 1974 | John A. Meyers
This is a signal week in the almost 20 years that SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has been in existence. The magazine you are reading is the first published under the direction of Roy Terrell, our new managing...