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March 20, 1978 | Volume 48, Issue 13

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Clint Hurdle Cover - Sports Illustrated March 20, 1978

March 20, 1978 | Kent Hannon

March 20, 1978 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Back from an injury, Philadelphia's man of macho, Bobby Clarke, woke up the Broad Street Bullies with Stanley Cup rhetoric and led them to four victories

March 20, 1978 | Douglas S. Looney
Time was when Charlie Tickner of Littleton, Colo. was best known for his crash landings, but last week in Ottawa, he performed with nary a slip to win the men's title at the World Figure Skating...

March 20, 1978 | Larry Keith

March 20, 1978 | Jay Cronley
The oak trees in bright new leaf and the vivid jockey silks mean its Derby Week at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas' storied old Hot Springs. The crowds of bettors and tourists grow each year, some...

March 20, 1978
Those two Tom Terrifics, Watson and Weiskopf, will try to give Jack Nicklaus a double dose of birdies and eagles as the pros stage their Tournament Players Championship at Florida's Sawgrass. Dan...

March 20, 1978 | Kent Hannon

March 20, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
Coaches like LSU's Sciacchetano have come to grips with Southern wrestling

March 20, 1978 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The zone may be illegal, but everybody in the league is using it, rule or no rule

March 20, 1978 | Ron Reid
With his pole vault of 18'5¼" at the NCAA championships, Mike Tully closed out the U.S. indoor season in the same manner he had begun it—setting a world record

March 20, 1978 | Barry McDermott
Even the once-great Newk could not prevent a U.S. rout in the World Cup

March 20, 1978 | Ron Fimrite

March 20, 1978
PRO BASKETBALL—Minus Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston's record has been dismal: the Rockets lost 32 of their last 46 games, dropped to last place in the NBA Central and were 0-5 for the week, despite the...

March 20, 1978
9—Drawing by SQW12—Rich Clarkson13—James Drake14, 15—Heinz Kluetmeier20—Walter Iooss Jr.21—Heinz Kluetmeier22—(clockwise from top left) Walter Iooss Jr., John Iacono (2), Walter Iooss Jr. (2)34,...

March 20, 1978
NANCY GAWORBALTIMOREA first-grade teacher at St. Elizabeth's, Gawor, 24, rolled a women's duckpin world record of 558 for three games (221, 205 and 132), 23 pins more than the old mark. She is the...

March 20, 1978
Sir:Congratulations to Curry Kirkpatrick for his fine article on the San Antonio Spurs and George Gervin (, March 6). I would especially like to thank him for the examples of pro basketball jargon...

March 20, 1978 | Edited by WALTER BINGHAM

March 20, 1978 | Edited by WALTER BINGHAM
•Chi Chi Rodriguez, discussing Jack Nicklaus' infrequent tournament appearances: "He's the only golfer in history who has become a living legend in his spare time."