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June 09, 1975 | Volume 42, Issue 23

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Rocky Bleier Cover - Sports Illustrated June 09, 1975

June 09, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
GEORGE DID IT

June 09, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Fred Shero, Philadelphia Flyers coach, denying that he is unemotional: "I'm like a duck: calm above water, but paddling like hell underneath."

June 09, 1975 | Roy Blount Jr.

June 09, 1975 | Kenny Moore

June 09, 1975 | Curry Kirkpatrick

June 09, 1975 | Pat Jordan

June 09, 1975 | William Hjortsberg

June 09, 1975 | Ellington White

June 09, 1975
TWO FOR THE BELMONT—Derby winner Foolish Pleasure and Master Derby, who won the Preakness, plus a field of the year's best 3-year-olds, race over a demanding mile and a half. Whitney Tower reports...

June 09, 1975 | Larry Keith
Creeping in on big Kaat feet, the White Sox' elderly lefthander is befogging American League batters with the quickest pitch in baseball

June 09, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf
AL WEST

June 09, 1975 | Joe Marshall
Despite bad starts, Maryland and Navy ended up in the NCAA finals

June 09, 1975 | Barry McDermott

June 09, 1975 | Mark Mulvoy
Known as a bunch of characters who would rather fight than switch off, the mettlesome Flyers showed their finesse to win another Stanley Cup

June 09, 1975 | Rocky Bleier

June 09, 1975
BOWLING—EARL ANTHONY became the first to win three straight Brunswick-PBA National Championships by defeating Jim Frazier, 245-180, in Downey, Calif. Anthony earned $9,000 to bring his 1975...

June 09, 1975
18, 19—John D. Hanlon, Lane Stewart (4)20, 21—John D. Hanlon22, 23—Fred Kaplan-Black Star24, 25—James Drake, Fred Kaplan-Black Star30, 31—Manny Millan, Lane Stewart55—Arthur Shay63—James...

June 09, 1975
Kathy McMillan, a junior at Hoke County High in Raeford, N.C., set state records in the long jump (20'2½"), 100 (11.0) and 220 (24.9) in the girls' track and field championships. Kathy also...

June 09, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE MIT WAYSir:John Underwood captured the true spirit of athletic competition in the MIT story (Beating Their Brains Out, May 26). I was especially pleased to see mention of John Barry, now...

June 09, 1975 | Susan Kamb
In a converted livery stable in Intervale, N.H. Peter Limmer & Sons, Inc. makes prized hiking boots. Fifteen hundred customers are waiting, some for as long as two winters, for the custom-made...