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March 2, 1970 Table Of Contents

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One More War

ONE MORE WAR TO GO

As the sounds of battle faded, South Carolina's fighting Gamecocks were masters of all they surveyed—for the moment. But next week the country's strongest league goes at it all over again

By Curry Kirkpatrick

YANKEE PETE AND HIS REB GETAWAY CAR

Pete Hamilton, a college dropout from Massachusetts, rolled into Dixie and whipped a galaxy of heroes in the Daytona 500

By Robert F. Jones

THE KILLER LEOPARD OF DANPUR

One of the sleekest and smartest of the big cats and now an endangered species, the Indian leopard occasionally becomes a hunter of men. This one has terrorized a remote community for two years

By James Shepherd

New York Blades

FLASHING BLADES FOR A MINI-MASTERMIND

Little Emile Francis has maneuvered the New York Rangers up from oblivion into a hot race for the National Hockey League championship. Now all he has to do is outthink the onrushing Boston Bruins in the season's last month

By Gary Ronberg

Spring Training

The Bright Glow Of Spring Training

Easy Runner

A MONKEY RIDES THE EASY RUNNER

Marty Liquori, the first American in four years to beat Jim Ryun at a mile, has become everybody's long-distance target

By Skip Myslenski

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Point and (sob) counterpoint

Mississippi College scored 146 points—and got beaten to maintain its record as the game's most prolific loser

By Dick Russell

THE WEEK

By Peter Carry

Fishing

All this and rainbows, too

Texans have one more goody to stuff into their cornucopia—trout, albeit imported ones, for the catching in the Guadalupe

By Virginia Kraft

Skiing

Some Reds sail in the sunset

Everybody knows Norway always wins Nordic championships. It looked that way this time, too—when, suddenly, up jumped the Russians

By Anita Verschoth

Horse Racing

Naskra? You've got to be kidding

That's what most people said when they heard who won the Everglades

By Whitney Tower

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 J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Creamer

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