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World Cup Skiing

LAFAYETTE, THEY ARE BACK

The French won everything in sight at Franconia, N.H. Hard by a mountain named Lafayette, Jean-Claude Killy and the girls in blue led the battle for ski racing's new World Cup

By Dan Jenkins

FIRST BLOOD OF A CLASSIC DUEL

Middle-distance stars Dave Patrick of Villanova and Jim Ryun of Kansas met at a half mile. Patrick won going away, but Ryun reacted to his first loss in almost two years by coming up with a record mile

By Gwilym S. Brown

NCAA

NCAA: 22 TEAMS AFTER ALCINDOR

There is not much hope of an upset in the annual tournament, but the team that starts the most sophomores should win. Unfortunately for the others, big Lew is one of four rookies who will represent UCLA

By Frank Deford

No Foldo

NO FOLDO IN CHICAGO

Renouncing their traditional March tailspin, Bobby Hull and the rest of the boisterous Black Hawks skate to the first championship in the club's history

By Pete Axthelm

Greyhound

NOISY CHASE DISCREETLY DONE

A fancy front-runner wins greyhound racing's richest event at Miami's Flagler track amid the kind of pomp and circumstance that has produced a new surge of popularity for the sport

By Robert Boyle

Japanese Falconer

THE LAST HOPE OF AN ANCIENT TRADITION

By Jerrold Schecter

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Stanley, the general manager

The best ballplayer ever to become top dog in a front office laughs, does card tricks, signs autographs and—oh, yes—waxes optimistic

By William Leggett

Boxing

A book fighter who may change Ali's style

Challenger Zora Folley is technically the most competent boxer the heavyweight champion has had to defend against, although there are some who question his determination. It is unlikely he will win the title

By Mark Kram

McGuire

WHEN THE REAL McGUIRE STOOD UP

By Pete Axthelm

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD