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March 07, 1977 | Volume 46, Issue 11

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Steve Cauthen Cover - Sports Illustrated March 07, 1977

March 07, 1977 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi

March 07, 1977 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Don Buse, Indiana guard who leads the NBA in assists, on how he learned his trade: "We had George McGinnis at one forward and Billy Knight at the other. They said, 'Listen, you're going to have...

March 07, 1977 | William Leggett

March 07, 1977
For years designers have imposed on skiers what might be called cold chic—you had to wear what the beautiful people wore or you weren't comme il faut on the slopes. Last week, to find out what...

March 07, 1977 | Ray Kennedy

March 07, 1977
Strutting their stuffs after a nine-year prohibition are college basketball players. Be it Funk Dunk, Punk Dunk, Rock the Baby, Yo Yo or Double Dunk, the shot is turning on the crowds. Barry...

March 07, 1977
Or are they? This week baseball players are in the opening phase of training, 10 days set aside for conditioning when no formal exhibition games are scheduled. Nowadays, most teams order their...

March 07, 1977 | Larry Keith
Like the crack of bats and the pop of balls against leather, the sounds of panting breaths and creaking bones have always been part of the spring-training ritual. What is new are the Kung Fu...

March 07, 1977 | Coles Phinizy

March 07, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Roy Bongartz says that his fingers have been numb for about two months now. Still, they seem to have been functioning well enough for him to work the keys of his typewriter, and the...

March 07, 1977 | Frank Deford
The brilliance of Slap Shot, a new movie about a minor league hockey team, lies in its analogies to sport and life. A last-place team is folding in a burned-out city that is itself being...

March 07, 1977 | Barry McDermott
Syracuse has done a remarkable job of winning and staying unheralded

March 07, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf

March 07, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Not yet, anyway, but it's clear that the $1.3 million plan that saved the Barons from bankruptcy is only a stopgap to the problems NHL owners refuse to face

March 07, 1977 | Coles Phinizy
Imp won her division of the SORC by a single point after 1,200 tough miles

March 07, 1977 | Kent Hannon
Their fans haven't forgotten Dr. J, but the last champs of the ABA have one thing to cheer about—a Golden State castoff named Hawkins, who really effervesces

March 07, 1977 | Jay Cronley
Before listening to the Woodstream Corporation's Audio Library tapes about retriever training, I did not know a thing about dogs. But after applying myself to the basic and advanced...

March 07, 1977 | Joe Marshall
When bargaining didn't begin and end with the draft issue, peace was at hand

March 07, 1977 | Roy Bongartz

March 07, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—"The man beat us by himself," said New York's Bob McAdoo after Pete Maravich's career-high 68 points—the most ever scored by an NBA guard, and a total exceeded by only Wilt...

March 07, 1977
4—Dick Raphael13—drawing by Arnold Roth16-19—Neil Leifer20, 21—Jerry Cooke, Bill Eppridge (2)22, 23—Mickey Pfleger (3), Enrico Ferorelli (3), Heinz Kluetmeier (2), Carl Iwasaki (3), Manny Millan,...

March 07, 1977
AMIE KNOXGREENWICH, CONN.A Princeton senior, Knox is the No. 2-ranked collegiate female squash player, with a career dual-match record of 29-2. A four-year tennis and field-hockey starter, she...

March 07, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
A LOT OF RUBLESSir:I thoroughly enjoyed William Oscar Johnson's intriguing account of the high-powered negotiations between the Soviet Union and the three major American television networks for...