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March 31, 1975 | Volume 42, Issue 13

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Mike Flynn Cover - Sports Illustrated March 31, 1975

March 31, 1975 | J.D. Reed
In the horsehide-and-carbine past, one knew what to expect of camp and trail food—cold, burnt trout, raw-fried potatoes and the everyday ecstasy of beans. This oldtimers' fare continues to be...

March 31, 1975 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
THE GAMES PEOPLE DON'T PLAYThere has been no official announcement, but when the chairman of the Davis Cup Committee of Management says such things as, "We can't allow the competition to be...

March 31, 1975 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Ron Dose, Sioux City, Iowa policeman, after separating Sioux City and Waterloo brawlers in a United States Hockey League game: "It hurts when they step on your feet with those skates."

March 31, 1975 | Barry McDermott

March 31, 1975 | Larry Keith
It has been said a thousand times of a thousand different rookies: of Clint Hartung and Johnny Bench, of Dave Nicholson and Tom Seaver. Last week St. Louis Manager Red Schoendienst said it of...

March 31, 1975 | Ron Reid
Pro track's big TV meet was a bust until tireless Ben Jipcho came to the rescue with two stirring wins

March 31, 1975 | Mark Mulvoy

March 31, 1975 | Robert F. Jones

March 31, 1975 | Bil Gilbert

March 31, 1975
The king of the hoop will be crowned at the NCAA tournament when surprising Syracuse, emotional Kentucky, balanced Louisville and—who else?—UCLA meet in San Diego to separate the champ from the...

March 31, 1975 | John Papanek
Adding savvy to speed, Buffalo's Smith sparkles in the backcourt

March 31, 1975 | Campbell Ballantyne
Then there were three, with two courses and one Cup on the line

March 31, 1975 | Sarah Pileggi
The Ladies, who gave up the sport in the '30s because it was too strenuous, broke Immaculata's three-year run of women's titles

March 31, 1975 | Dan Levin
In the fond hope that their slam-bang style will once again gain Olympic acceptance, the wild bunch continues to tear up the indoor ice rinks

March 31, 1975 | John Underwood
Whether it's a PGA tune-ament or a $5 Nassau, 62-year-old Sam Snead will give it his best shot, and don't bet against his winning both

March 31, 1975
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—PRINCETON became the first Ivy League team to win the National Invitation Tournament, defeating Providence 80-69 at Madison Square Garden.

March 31, 1975
22, 23—Sheedy & Long, Heinz Kluetmeier25—James Drake26, 27—Walter Iooss Jr. (2), Fred Kaplan-Black Star (3), Herb Scharfman28-29—John G. Zimmerman56—John Iacono67—Roy DeCarava85—R....

March 31, 1975
Peter Mumford, a freshman at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., led his school to the national junior-college invitational skiing championship at Great Gorge, N.J. Mumford won the giant slalom...

March 31, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Congratulations on a fabulous article on the ACC tournament (, March 17). Those of us who are Carolina fans have been waiting for three years for a story like this. Barry McDermott should be...

March 31, 1975 | Sarah Pileggi
One reviewer wrote that Paperback Hero was "boring garbage." It is not boring. It has vaguely to do with small-town semipro hockey in western Canada and, specifically, with the decline and fall of...

March 31, 1975 | George Gipe
Since this year marks the centennial of women's participation in modern spectator sports, it would be unfair to deny a word of recognition to the young lady who started it all.