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February 18, 1974 | Volume 40, Issue 7

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John Havlicek Cover - Sports Illustrated February 18, 1974

February 18, 1974 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

February 18, 1974 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Johnny Rodgers, 1972 Heisman Trophy winner, on his selection as Canadian Football League Rookie of the Year: "I'm only an average superstar."

February 18, 1974 | Peter Carry

February 18, 1974 | Clive Gammon
Paris had called middleweight champion Carlos Monzon a wolf, a bull, a jaguar—and he ate Jose Napoles alive

February 18, 1974 | William Johnson
Blasé old St. Moritz was up to here in royalty, and nobody seemed to care about the world ski meet. That's when Liechtenstein bit them on the ankle

February 18, 1974 | Whitney Tower

February 18, 1974
They're off and running in New York as the pro track tour begins its second season, while in Toronto the record-breaking runner from Tanzania, Filbert Bayi, makes his indoor debut.

February 18, 1974 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

February 18, 1974 | Carleton Mitchell

February 18, 1974 | John A. Meyers
Hopscotching around the indoor athletic circuit on TV this dark and cold midwinter, a fan might understandably conclude that so far as taking pictures is concerned, one arena must be pretty much...

February 18, 1974
The combination of Miami Dolphin Coach Don Shula and Chris Evert might appear to be unbeatable in a charity tennis match, but on the court Shula is described as having "all the moves of a dump...

February 18, 1974 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Suddenly the East has a team, long kicked around by the big boys, that rates ranking with the best, and the starters are local products

February 18, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf

February 18, 1974 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
No kazoo tooters can compete with Southwest Minnesota State, which features a pep band, video-taped pep talks and stereophonic Strauss

February 18, 1974 | Jeanette Bruce
The title and scepter always pass to the next in line, so Dorothy Hamill figured to win the crown despite putting on a plebeian performance

February 18, 1974 | Barry McDermott
Arnold Palmer is 44 and his game looks it, but in the eyes of Palm Springs he is the finest player in the world. The old army marches on

February 18, 1974 | J. D. Reed

February 18, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: It seemed an innocuous trade: Buffalo sent Guard Dave Wohl and rookie Center Kevin Kunnert to Houston for Forward Jack Marin and Guard Matt Goukas—but both the Braves and the...

February 18, 1974
5—drawing by Arnold Roth18, 19—Heinz Kluetmeier20—Robert L. Miller, Heinz Kluetmeier21—Walter Iooss Jr. (2), Dick Raphael22, 23—Neil Leifer24, 25—Jerry Cooke26, 27—C. Thomas Hardin28—C. Thomas...

February 18, 1974
Juan De Villafranca, 19, of Mexico City, captured three U.S. squash racquets titles in 16 days. Juan won the University Club inter-collegiates in New York, the Luckenbach Memorial in Glen Cove,...

February 18, 1974
FIGHT IISirs:In all my years of reading your magazine I have never been so thoroughly disgusted with any article as I was with Mark Kram's coverage of the Ali-Frazier rematch (Crafty Win for...