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March 8, 1971 Table Of Contents

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TV Talk

A court test and some new attractions could open up the closed-circuit world

By Frank Deford

At The Bell

AT THE BELL...

...millions around the world will lean forward, the anticipation over, the moment now at hand when two of the best their sport has known settle who deserves the title that only one can have

By Mark Kram

Smiling Bear

DOMINANCE OF THE SMILING BEAR

The new Jack Nicklaus is trim, genial and smartly dressed but, as his win at the PGA shows, he still plays like the old Nicklaus—with power and determination. He may be the best the game ever had

By Dan Jenkins

The Hawks

THE HAWKS: FOULED UP BUT FLOURISHING

Thanks to the divisional draw, not their own eccentric efforts, the muddled, Maraviched Atlantans should make the playoffs

By Frank Deford

Yippy-I-O-Ki-Ay

YIPPY-I-O-KI-AY, SPRING AGAIN!

Hollywood Tennis

HOLLYWOOD TENNIS DOES SOCKO BIZ

Those friendly star-studded games they put together on weekends out in filmland are not always what they seem. In any case, the action can be pretty fast, both on and off the courts

By Deborah Haber

College Basketball

There's no place like home

Hofheinz Pavilion is hardly humble but, as Jacksonville found out, playing Houston on its own floor can be a humbling experience

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Sandy Treadwell

Sporting Look

Powerful glasses, sir, but are they good?

Binoculars are the sports fan's best friend, but in your eagerness to get something that brings you close to the action don't look for magnification alone when you buy a pair. Size, weight and clarity are just as important

By Pat Ryan

Fencing

'But what else do you do?'

Hugo Castello coaches NYU, the best collegiate fencing team in the U.S. It is a distinction, he concedes, that invariably fails to impress

By Don Delliquanti

Poisoning

The Poisoning of the West

Across the mountains and ranges, chemical death sown by both private and Government interests is reaping a shocking harvest of wildlife and even threatens man

By Jack Olsen

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 Bob Ottum

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