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February 16, 1976 | Volume 44, Issue 7

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Franz Klammer Cover - Sports Illustrated February 16, 1976

February 16, 1976 | William Oscar Johnson

February 16, 1976 | Anita Verschoth
Some people would have made a scene, but Sheila Young simply picked up her plate and marched it back to the cafeteria-style serving counter in the Olympic Village at Innsbruck. "There's a pebble...

February 16, 1976 | Barry McDermott
Just when it seemed the Bruins were hibernating, they won two big games to restore hopes for a national title

February 16, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney

February 16, 1976 | Gerald Strine

February 16, 1976 | Sam Moses

February 16, 1976
In Innsbruck the Winter Olympics come to a close with a flurry of slalom races and flourishes on the figure-skating rink. Again, William Oscar Johnson and a team of photographers will report.

February 16, 1976 | Larry Keith
Good high school players traditionally flee the nation's capital, but Georgetown's John Thompson has built a winner with District talent

February 16, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
WEST

February 16, 1976 | Pat Putnam
For the man who is the world-record holder in the 880, the easier part of the mile comes first, as he demonstrated last week in Louisville

February 16, 1976 | J.D. Reed
Seems they're all kids out there, with Bryan Trottier chief rookie

February 16, 1976 | Douglas Bauer

February 16, 1976 | Frank Deford
One night several years ago, in a time when Rick Barry still roamed (the land, a prince kissed by cupidity and turned into a red, white and blue franchise, Franklin Mieuli threw back another...

February 16, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
AMATEUR FUTURE

February 16, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bill Bradley, of the New York Knicks, on Atlanta Hawk John Drew's idea of making a movie of his own life: "Only one 20-year-old was ever worth making a movie about. That was Mozart."

February 16, 1976
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Midway through their second season, the New Orleans Jazz have racked up more wins (24) than they had their entire first year. Pete Maravich scored 31 points in a 108-101 defeat...

February 16, 1976
11—Neil Leifer12, 13—Jerry Cooke, Neil Leifer14, 15—Tony Triolo, Jerry Cooke16—George Long49—Rich Clarkson53—John Iacono54—Manny Millan75—Richard L. Dancz (1)

February 16, 1976
Klint Friedenauer, 12, of Rockford, Ill., scored his 50th goal midway through the state's Amateur Hockey Association season. He has had six hat tricks and two four-goal games as center on the AA...

February 16, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
TATUM'S TURNSir:Being a resident of North Carolina and a student at Marquette, I have had several opportunities to watch David Thompson and Earl Tatum in action. Marquette Coach Al McGuire has...

February 16, 1976 | Roy Blount Jr.
With all the sunshine, cheating, drinking, gambling, love troubles, rain, pain, trains, second thoughts and even, from time to time, shooting and prison cropping up in sports over the last 50...

February 16, 1976 | George A. Gipe
We all know that games like baseball, basketball, soccer, football, ice hockey, golf and tennis became favorites in various parts of the world during the last half of the 19th century, solidified...