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April 05, 1976 | Volume 44, Issue 14

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April 05, 1976 | Roy Blount Jr.
The old line probably originated with Red Grange. You know, "Ail he can do is run." And the rejoinder was, "And all Caruso could do was sing." Well, Terry Bradshaw of the Steelers can run and pass...

April 05, 1976 | Rose Mary Mechem
A renewed interest in the late Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge—and her strange tastes in art and life—has been brought about by the public sale of part of her $85 million estate. Last fall, a five-day...

April 05, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

April 05, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Gaius Maecenas, Roman statesman (70-8 B.C.), on the Olympic Games: "Cities should not waste their resources on expenditure for a large number and variety of Games, lest they exhaust themselves in...

April 05, 1976 | Barry McDermott
In fact the Hoosiers made 86 of them, enough to whip Michigan for the NCAA title and place a period to a perfect season

April 05, 1976 | Robert F. Jones
Twenty racers rolled away in the Grand Prix West at Long Beach and only 12 came home. But between breakdowns and crashes the best battle of all was a controversial cutoff at the pass

April 05, 1976 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
USC breezed to the team championship, but Tim Shaw blunted a bid from the Trojans' ace for individual supremacy

April 05, 1976 | Mark Mulvoy

April 05, 1976
Baseball is here and its boom of last season figures to reverberate with at least three tight divisional races. A special section takes a look ahead, with scouting reports on every team, and a...

April 05, 1976
He had come to Augusta with such high hopes. In January he had won Phoenix and Tucson for the second year in a row, shooting an eye-popping 61 in each, and he had added the Bob Hope for good...

April 05, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi
When Johnny Miller walked off the 4th green during the first day of the Masters last year, he was already three over par. He had bogeyed the 1st, 2nd and 4th holes, all of them on putts of five...

April 05, 1976 | Donald Dale Jackson

April 05, 1976 | Donald Dale Jackson
Ilie Nastase: "I think he reaches a point where he can't control himself and the adrenaline takes over. It starts as an act, but after a while the act takes charge of him. Maybe he's so clever...

April 05, 1976 | William Leggett
Nothing in the foreseeable future will change the main problem confronting the Public Broadcasting Service when it turns its hand to sports. Because of its constant shortage of funds, PBS cannot...

April 05, 1976 | Pat Putnam
...miss. Delta State beat Immaculata to win the AIAW, but it would never even have made the finals without the play of 4'11" Debbie Brock

April 05, 1976 | William Leggett
The Coast was going gaga about Kojak's Derby candidate. Then...

April 05, 1976 | Susan Kamb
UCLA's Al Scates is one coach who won't get the ax. If he keeps felling opponents, he'll win more NCAA titles than the Wizard of Westwood

April 05, 1976 | Jonathan Yardley
The narrator of Westchester Bull, a new novel by Sam Koperwas (Simon and Schuster, $7.95), is a celebrated football player whom we know only as "Ace." He is a football stud from the word go....

April 05, 1976 | William Oscar Johnson
The U.S. showed the world that we're not a bunch of rinky-dinks

April 05, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi
To a list of regal names that includes Hogan, Snead and Palmer add Hubert Green, who won his third straight event, the Heritage Classic

April 05, 1976 | John Underwood

April 05, 1976
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: In the Midwest, Detroit rolled to its fifth victory in a row, beating New York 122-116, Kansas City 130-117, Chicago 85-77 and Portland 112-94. The skein propelled the 31-43...

April 05, 1976
Regina Barnes became the youngest Life Master in bridge history when she placed second in a section of a Master Pairs event in Sacramento 29 days before turning 15. Regina began playing at nine...

April 05, 1976
Cover photography by Rich Clarkson and James Drake15—drawing by Arnold Roth20, 21—Rich Clarkson24, 25—Eric Schweikardt26, 27—Lane Stewart (3), Fred Kaplan-Black Star, Herb Scharfman28—Lane...

April 05, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
DAN AND DORALSir:As an avid SI fan, I groan when an issue is not graced with a Dan Jenkins golf article. Imitation to a Watery Grave (March 22) is one of his best.