By Robert F. Jones
Given their chance by expansion, some undersized scramblers are making a place and a name for themselves in pro basketball. Their presence adds a new and welcome dimension to the sport of giants
By Roy Blount Jr.
That's Bo Schembechler, the Wolverine coach, and though he and his men are sweethearts away from the game, they're a brutish bunch with the ball. They chilled Illinois en route to a date with Ohio State
By Pat Putnam
Joe Frazier plans to beat Bob Foster next week, and then Muhammad Ali, and then retire to his life's goal: oblivion
By Martin Kane
The silence is supernatural. The days are dark and bitter cold, with an eerie twilight at noon. A relentless wind screams off the Norwegian Sea, inducing the melancholies of March. It is too frosty to fish, the drinks are overpowering and the food is weird. Having wonderful time. Wish you were here.
Or else whistling past graveyards in the wild Southeastern Conference as everybody grabs for a New Year's plum. Once-beaten Auburn, LSU and Tennessee bowled along last week, but Ole Miss had a painful victory
Who is this Carlos Monzón? Does he really deserve to be in the same ring with that handsome hero, Nino Benvenuti? For pizza's sake, can anyone beat Nino in Rome? Italian fans got all the answers last Saturday
By Wilton Wynn
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By J. Richard Munro
Edited by Robert Creamer