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TV Talk

All three networks dipped into the Super Bowl—one for laughs, one for outrage, one for pathos. Now it's fourth down: punt

By Frank Deford

Lew

LEW IS NOT ENOUGH

Milwaukee has the best record in the league and Alcindor is the sport's dominant player, but the Bucks still have to beat the Knicks, who always manage to be at their best in rehearsals for the playoffs

By Peter Carry

NO PRACTICE MAKES ALMOST PERFECT

Randy Matson has had no peer in the shotput, but his dominion is threatened by Al Feuerbach, who throws only when it counts

By Pat Putnam

¬°AY CHIHUAHUA! WHAT A RACE

Daytona's 24 Hours took a fender off Roger Penske's bold blue Ferrari (above) and cooked the gearbox of Pedro Rodriguez' Porsche—which responded to surgery just in time to win a dramatic finish

By Robert F. Jones

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Red-hot new pistol in Rebel land

Shades of Pete Maravich. The South has the nation's top gunner again. He's Johnny Neumann of Ole Miss

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Motor Sports

A big, bright vaarroom for a large, fast buck

New Yorkers rushed in where Hell's Angels would have jeered to tread as antiseptic indoor motorcycle racing played to an SRO audience in Manhattan. The best thing about it may have been the shrewd radio come-on

By Pat Ryan

Pool

Wimpy tackles an ex-tiger

And finds the claws still sharp as Champagne Eddie Kelly disappoints a host of country folks by beating their perennial hero, Luther Lassiter

By James Morgan

Phantoms

PHANTOMS OF THE SNOW

By William Johnson

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 Martin Kane

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