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January 24, 1977 | Volume 46, Issue 4

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Lena Hansbod Cover - Sports Illustrated January 24, 1977

January 24, 1977 | Kenny Moore

January 24, 1977 | Pat Putnam
Leon Spinks, bamming like a bazooka, and Howard Davis, slashing like a cat, showed all kinds of promise in their professional boxing debuts

January 24, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Depending on the night, that could be up in the press box acting as an assistant coach or out on the ice inspiring the Black Hawks with his very presence. Either way Chicago is out of its tailspin...

January 24, 1977 | John Papanek

January 24, 1977
Looking golden are the San Francisco Dons, the giants who have given the gate to 19 straight opponents, making them the No. 1 college basketball team. Barry McDermott sizes up Bill Russell's alma...

January 24, 1977 | Frank Deford
They're a-lo-ha, and in Hawaii they are as ubiquitous as McDonald's, of which there were 25 at last count. Are the islands becoming too commercial? Well, yes, hey, life is commercial

January 24, 1977 | Jule Campbell
Annette Kellerman would love it. Tank suits—or racing suits, one-piece suits, maillots—are back. Not that they ever were away; it's just that this year they're what everyone, not only the Enders...

January 24, 1977 | Richard W. Johnston
Both those that help avoid the crunch and those that crunch. New resorts such as Wailea are attracting a million visitors a year to the Hawaiian island, where the lucky few will sample the best...

January 24, 1977 | Larry Keith
Tennessee has had its troubles, what with the coach in a hospital and one of its stars suspended, but now both are back and the Vols are looking plenty tough

January 24, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf

January 24, 1977 | Dan Jenkins
And this is why Johnny Miller's game was not hitting on all cylinders in Tucson

January 24, 1977 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

January 24, 1977 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Dwight F. Davis, founder of the Davis Cup, was left-handed.

January 24, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—Cleveland figured it got itself playoff insurance by trading Forward Rowland Garrett and a first-round draft choice for Elmore Smith and Gary Brokaw of Milwaukee, but it was the...

January 24, 1977
20, 21—Heinz Kluetmeier47—maps by William Bernstein48—Manny Millan55—Lane Stewart

January 24, 1977
DEBBIE CHRISTMANEMMAUS, PA.A 5'9" junior forward on the Emmaus High girls' basketball team, Debbie averaged a league-leading 29.2 points for the first 11 games. She also scored 52 points against...

January 24, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
OKLAHOMA VS. THE PRESS (CONT.)Sir:Concerning the article on Oklahoma (Fans to Press: Drop Dead, Dec. 13), your reporter, Frank Deford, changed the meaning of a quote he attributed to me. I said,...

January 24, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

January 24, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Darold Knowles, Chicago Cub pitcher, asked if a former teammate was a hotdog: "There isn't enough mustard in the world to cover Reggie Jackson."