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Yesterday/Stilt Race

The Great Race on Stilts

By J. A. Maxtone Graham

Camille

CAMILLE GOES UNDER AGAIN

USC hoped the script had changed for the better, but when the curtain fell the poor Trojans were dead and UCLA—with Soaring Sidney Wicks—was back

By Joe Jares

SKATING FOR GOLD ON THIN ICE

That's what two American teen-agers were doing in the world speed-skating championships. When it was over they had two firsts, a third and new respect from their European rivals

By Paul Ress

ALOHA FOR A BRIGHT YOUNG BLOND

Tommy Shaw's second victory of 1971 is making believers out of critics who once called him just another pretty face

By Dan Jenkins

Tomorrow's Generals

TOMORROW'S GENERALS

With many of the NFL's star quarterbacks growing old the search is on for their replacements. Here are the youngsters most likely to succeed

By Tex Maule

Bundini

BUNDINI: SVENGALI IN ALI'S CORNER

He's the 'float like a butterfly' man who psychs up Muhammad before fights and in the ring. As usual, he was the first to embrace his champion after the sudden knockout of Oscar Bonavena

By Edwin Shrake

Envoy

Yacht with a Taste for Haste

A rare turn of speed is the particular enticement of an exciting new yacht, "Envoy," which can fit a major cruise into a leisurely long winter weekend

By Carleton Mitchell

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Love story on Rose Hill

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Horse Racing

Last year's crop of misses is starting to hit

Because they failed to show much as 2-year-olds, no one expected 1971's Triple Crown horses to be anything special. But now a startling number of splendid-looking colts may turn this into a year to remember

By Whitney Tower

Archery

The big little gizmo imbroglio

By Herman Weiskopf

Skiing

Olympian snafu at Sniktau

When Denver set out to snare the 1976 Winter Games, it picked a site that now seems to be deficient in several elements—including snow

By Roger Rapoport

Mieuli

WILL FRANKLIN MIEULI SPOIL SUCCESS?

Everything was coming up roses for the San Francisco Warriors' owner until he lost Rick Barry to that other basketball league. Now his strange and wonderful world has become, well, simply strange

By Frank Deford

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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