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January 19, 1976 | Volume 44, Issue 3

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Yvette Sylander Cover - Sports Illustrated January 19, 1976

January 19, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

January 19, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bill Lee, Boston Red Sox pitcher, on his current visit to mainland China: "Now I'll get to see the real Big Red Machine."

January 19, 1976 | Mark Mulvoy

January 19, 1976 | Dan Jenkins
Miami's air-conditioned suites are wall-to-wall with gibberish these days as the experts play Super Bowl X days before the coin toss, snowing each other with in-talk and drowning in their own clichés

January 19, 1976 | Jeannette Bruce
Nobody would knock Dorothy Hamill off the Olympic team, but back in the pack, a triple threat was coming on fast

January 19, 1976 | John Underwood

January 19, 1976 | Robert F. Jones
The road has many names. Mapmakers call it Mexico 1 or the Transpeninsula Highway. To Mexican patriots it is La Carretera de Benito Juarez, while to the less patriotic it is simply Numero Uno. To...

January 19, 1976 | Jule Campbell
Looking much like the lures they undeniably are, identical twins Yvonne and Yvette Sylvander make waves at the tip of Baja California, where the Gold Coast's older hotels have been enlarged and...

January 19, 1976 | Robert F. Jones
The 20-mile sweep of craggy coastline and solitary beaches that constitutes the southern tip of Baja California has come to be called the Gold Coast. A tropical climate, an abundance of fresh...

January 19, 1976
The battle for pro football supremacy will be fought in Miami between defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh and those wild-card upstarts from Dallas. Dan Jenkins reports.

January 19, 1976 | Ron Reid
Competition among the powers in the league was supposed to be normal, which means murderous, but Wake Forest has made it a real gang fight

January 19, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf

January 19, 1976 | Susan Kamb
Detroit's top draft pick, Steve Kemp, outhit Fred Lynn in college

January 19, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi
A little-known California vaulter sets a world record in the first major indoor meet of the season

January 19, 1976 | John A. Meyers
Every year at about this time Staff Writer Jule Campbell, who coordinates our fashion coverage, finds herself repeatedly distracted from her schedule of writing and picture selecting by our male...

January 19, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
In a grabfest between the nation's two best teams, Iowa State had a neat plan to regain supremacy, but a pig raiser's son squashed it

January 19, 1976 | Coles Phinizy

January 19, 1976
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Guard Phil Smith scored a resounding 51 points—the league high this season as well as a personal record—as Golden State overpowered Phoenix 129-113. The 6'4" second-year man...

January 19, 1976
6—Lane Stewart22, 23—Walter Iooss Jr. (2), Heinz Kluetmeier (2), Neil Leifer, Rich Clarkson32—drawing by Don Moss38—map by William Bernstein48—Kourken Pakchanian50—James Drake56—Lane...

January 19, 1976
Michael Desaulniers, of Montreal, won the U.S. national junior singles squash championship for the second consecutive year, beating Philadelphia's Tom Page 13-15, 15-8, 15-6, 15-7 at the Genesee...

January 19, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
FORCEFUL ISSUESir:I fully concur with the remarks of Northwestern University Coach Tex Winter about the increase of physical force in basketball (SCORECARD, Jan. 5). I think the American...

January 19, 1976 | Neil Leifer
You've spent three anxious days waiting, the professional has spent three hours. You're in the local photo shop or the drugstore, he's in a million-dollar color lab. The anxiety is the same;...