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January 25, 1971 Table Of Contents

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Big Mistakes

Eleven Big Mistakes

Baltimore had seven turnovers and Dallas only four as both teams bumbled through a laugher of a Super Bowl, but in the end the joke was on the Cowboys, who made the biggest mistake of all—losing

By Tex Maule

EXPERIMENT IN DRUGS AT SANTA ANITA

No, you still can't fix a race. But, in a major departure, California now lets horses run while soothed by Butazolidin

By William Leggett

$5 Million

SPORT'S $5 MILLION PAYDAY

It's the biggest in history—the brainchiid of show biz promoter Jerry Perenchio, who got Jack Kent Cooke to put up the money. Now they own the Ali-Frazier fight and they make a mint themselves

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Heart of Hockey

THE COLD COLD HEART OF HOCKEY

Crazy Cat

CRAZY CAT AND HIS CURIOUS WARRIORS

Dean (The Dream) Meminger has the Cheshire smile, his coach Al McGuire manages the "checker board" and there's a mad tea-party air in the corners at Marquette

By Curry Kirkpatrick

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Give Lefty a V, a V and...

By Sandy Treadwell

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Skiing

A new boom bubbles up in the boot business

By Felicia Lee

Pro Basketball

Anybody else care to bid for Spencer Haywood?

An Olympic hero is spending more time in federal courts than on basketball courts as two leagues and a flock of owners wage a far-reaching battle to decide which team he will play for, or if he should play at all

By Peter Carry

Golf

Some friends of Harry Lillis

Several dozen of the game's most influential underachievers pull out all stops in their pursuit of reflected glory at the Crosby Clambake

By Dan Jenkins

Gambling

IT AIN'T JUST ALL HEAVEN, GAMBLING. THERE'S A LOT YOU GOT TO CONTEND WITH--John Hardie Moss, world's best poker player

By Edwin Shrake

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Martin Kane

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