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March 18, 1974 | Volume 40, Issue 11

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Babe Ruth Cover - Sports Illustrated March 18, 1974

March 18, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton

March 18, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Tommy Harper, Boston Red Sox outfielder: "I found out something this winter. If you sit next to Henry Aaron at banquets, you get your picture taken a lot."

March 18, 1974 | Barry McDermott
Nipping Maryland in overtime North Carolina State won the ACC and a shot at the national championship

March 18, 1974 | Curry Kirkpatrick

March 18, 1974 | Tex Maule
Capitalist millions do not tempt Cuban heavyweight Teofilo Stevenson. After winning at Munich he spurned the Yankee dollar to remain an amateur, and last weekend he was still punching for fun

March 18, 1974 | William Leggett

March 18, 1974
Emotional Montreal is athrob as its beloved but bedraggled Canadiens, Stanley Cup champions, fight to regain their self-esteem. Mark Mulvoy looks into the affaire.

March 18, 1974 | Peter Carry

March 18, 1974 | Robert F. Jones

March 18, 1974 | John A. Meyers
"Ruth, easing along at three-quarter speed in batting practice, flicking the bat around, meeting the ball cleanly, cocking the bat back for the next pitch, is for me...the epitome of baseball, its...

March 18, 1974 | Joe Jares
The usual fun and gamesmanship brightened the scene at the World Cup, and the usual Aussie disaster overtook the Americans on the court

March 18, 1974 | Gwilym S. Brown
A brash young lawyer named Ed Garvey leads the players' revolt

March 18, 1974 | Michael DelNagro
Shrewd trades plus a plum in the draft reshaped the Braves, and their moody big man, shifted to center, is dominating the NBA stat sheets

March 18, 1974 | Robert W. Creamer

March 18, 1974 | Robert W. Creamer
In his first Yankee year Babe bedazzles New York with Ruthian feats, then has the best season of any player ever.

March 18, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Each time Dave DeBusschere was introduced in pregame ceremonies this week the New York forward, in his last NBA season, drew prolonged applause. And the rest of the Knicks also...

March 18, 1974
Cover—UPI5—Jerry Cooke18, 19—Lane Stewart20—Sheedy & Long24, 25—Neil Leifer26, 27—John Iacono, Walter Iooss Jr., Fred Kaplan-Black Star34, 35—John D. Hanlon53—Eric Schweikardt62—Heinz...

March 18, 1974
Frank Monterosso, a 6'4" senior forward at St. Bernard (Ohio) High, scored 70 points against Cincinnati Country Day School for an area single-game record. He hit 21 of 36 field goals and 28 of 29...

March 18, 1974
STATE OF STREAKINGSir:Streaking ("No Time for Stitches," SCORECARD, Feb. 25) could have started right here on the Princeton campus 60-odd years ago. According to John Davies (The Legend of Hobey...