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February 24, 1969 Table Of Contents

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The Furious Four

FOUR FOR THE BUNDLE

Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston are tearing up the megalopolis with the tightest and most exciting race in pro basketball history. The stakes are as high as $10,000 per player for the ultimate winner

By Joe Jares

THE NEWEST SENATOR IN TOWN

One would think that getting Vince Lombardi would be enough excitement, but last week Washington, D.C. learned that Ted Williams—terrible, wonderful Ted Williams—would be managing the Senators

By John Underwood

Old Shoe Just as Good as New

Kruckenhauser

AN INFALLIBLE REVELATION BY THE POPE OF SKIING

First he taught the world to wiggle on skis—but now Professor Kruckenhauser has discovered a better way: go wide-stance and whoop it up like all the kids do

By Bob Ottum

Tarpon

The Life and Death of a Tarpon

Down The Heathen

DOWN WITH THE HEATHEN

That is the cry at Sewanee, where Southern gentlemen and Coach Lon Varnell sometimes even win a game

By Harold Peterson

People

PEOPLE

Hockey

A new Cadillac for Detroit

Frank Mahovlich rolls right along with Rolls-Royce Gordie Howe and Land Rover Alex Delvecchio to make up the best front line on the ice

By Gary Ronberg

Bridge

Solution to a 'silly' slam

By Charles Goren

He Gets To Shoot

Now He Gets To Shoot

An up-from-the-streets millionaire, Wes Pavalon once had to fight—and even steal—to survive. Part of the energy that made him the world's richest schoolteacher is now being devoted to an NBA team, a plan to get Alcindor and big sport for Milwaukee

By Pat Putnam

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

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