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April 20, 1970 Table Of Contents

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The Masters

ALL YOURS, BILLY BOY

A pair of quiet, well-grooved Californians named Littler and Casper shook off the charge of a dogged foreigner in Augusta last week, then played off to see which of them could scrape it the goodliest

By Dan Jenkins

HOW THEY STRRRRETCHED THE MASTERS

Adding 40 yards in length and several fairway mounds to Augusta's 15th made it tougher on short hitters, didn't do much for slammers and left galleries with fewer heroes to cheer

By Walter Bingham

The Cup

CHELSEA ALMOST WON THE CUP

For 65 years London's Villagers have tried to capture soccer's Super Bowl, much of that time the butt of jokes. Last week they finally achieved a tie

By Tex Maule

Red Menace

RED MENACE FROM STAID CINCY

Opening Day is always a swinging affair in the quiet old city on the Ohio, but usually that's about it. This season an exceptional crop of talented rookies may keep the excitement bubbling all year long

By William Leggett

Salty Yankee

PANACEA FOR A SALTY YANKEE

Jack Rudloe, out of Brooklyn, fell in love with Florida's unspoiled Big Bend. Now he is becoming famous pioneering the collecting of marine creatures for scientific study

By Robert H. Boyle

Sporting Look

New Splash by the Shore

By Ruth Lieder

Shot-Freak

47 YEARS A SHOT-FREAK

Wilfred Hetzel can't dribble or fake but, lordy, can he shoot! From one knee, with eyes shut, even off the ceiling—he's made more baskets than anyone

By Roy Blount Jr.

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

The best play was not the answer

By Charles Goren

Pro Basketball

Indiana has a hot new poet

Whether James Whitcomb Riley was a better writer may be a moot point, but one thing is clear: he couldn't play the pivot like Mel Daniels

By Peter Carry

Hockey

Kelly's light shines under Pitt's bushel

Brilliant coaching has inspirited the Penguins but not their fans

By Gary Ronberg

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

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