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Two Routs

TWO ROUTS TO A TITLE

Brushing aside the last pretenders, Houston and North Carolina, UCLA continues its reign as the national basketball champion, and nothing emerged in Los Angeles to indicate that next year will be any different

By Joe Jares

THE BIRDS, THE BEES AND THE PORSCHES

At Sebring two girl drivers annoyed some Ford men, who buzzed at the resolute little German cars but ultimately lost out

By Kim Chapin

A HEAVY BLOW IN A WINDY CITY

Two playoff teams are homeless as Philadelphia struggles to resolve the strange case of its new $12 million arena, which blew its top in a high wind and has been kept closed by a violent political storm

By William Johnson

After You, My Dear Mohamed

Schollander

IS SCHOLLANDER A SWIMMER?

The answer, Don says, is no, although he won four gold medals in the Tokyo Olympics and may win as many in Mexico

By Gilbert Rogin

THE OTHER WORLD OF THE RING

Build And Destroy

OPERATION BUILD AND DESTROY

With the surrounding country already laid waste by strip miners and timber companies, the resolute Army Corps of Engineers is now poised to move in its forces to inundate the Red River Gorge

By Edwin Shrake

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

An Olympic effort wins the cup

By Charles Goren

Skiing

Karly misses another gate

As the ski-racing season sinks in the West, the Austrians come within a giant-slalom turn of proving that they are back on top once again

By Dan Jenkins

City Of Complexes

A CITY OF COMPLEXES

Oakland has long been traumatized by the glamorous city it faces across the Bay, but its other complex, a gorgeous stadium and arena facility, is new. Suddenly Oakland finds itself with five pro teams, all of them clawing for attention and devotion from the same elusive fans—choosy suburbanites, angry Negroes and haughty San Franciscans

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

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

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