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Shopwalk

On the Scottish Isle of Harris, almost everyone is part of the Tweed Ring

By Janet Graham

Yesterday

Remembrance of Autos Past

The Armstrong Siddeleys, Daimlers and Darracq something or others were wonderful, but the Riley supersport could outrun hedge sparrows

By Leonard Wibberly

Booktalk

Now that salmon fishing is everybody's creel, an expert offers a useful guide

By Robert H. Boyle

Pretenders

PRETENDERS TO THE CROWN

The Flag is down, the dream horse of 1971 has shattered his leg. Now lesser—but sounder—colts scramble for his Derby

By Whitney Tower

'WE CAN PUNCH, WE CAN DANCE'

Milwaukee looks like a shoo-in for the final round of the NBA playoffs, but Baltimore's revival, physically and in competitive spirit, means that New York will have its hands full in their matchup

By Peter Carry

THEY STILL SWING A MEAN PADDLE

Appearing at the World Table Tennis Championships after an absence of six years, Red China proved it hadn't lost a thing

By Dick Miles

Steal The Stars

A LEGAL LICENSE TO STEAL THE STARS

Two of basketball's best undergraduates turn pro, others may, and football is in trouble, too, following a court decision

By William Johnson

Toomey

THE INELIGIBLE MARRIED MAN

Bill Toomey says it's kind of tragic, being the best decathlete in the world and (sob!) not being allowed to compete

By William F. Reed

Baseball 1971

YEAR OF THE PLAYER

For the past few seasons baseball has been more concerned with commissioners, rules changes and front-office deals than with what happens on the field. But now the men who play the game are back. With luck they will stay there

By William Leggett

A PLAIN CASE OF SOLID GEOMETRY

By William Leggett

ALL IN A BIG BUNCH BRAWLING

By William Leggett

FROM THE START IT'S 'GERONIMO'

By William Leggett

PITCHING SECRETS

WHERE TANGIBLES GET TANGLED

ALAS, IT WILL BE A SHAMBLES

BEST DAMN TEAM IN BASEBALL

It's the Orioles, of course, and not all the reasons are named Robinson, Palmer and Powell. Try Weaver, Dalton and Cashen (above), organizers of the best organization in the game

By Frank Deford

People

PEOPLE

Golf

Putting is a family affair

Uncle Sam Snead stuck to his old ways in the Greensboro Open, had a hot streak and demonstrated a thing or two to his talented nephew

By Mark Mulvoy

Bridge

Six Aces are hard to beat

By Charles Goren

AND NOW FOR THE RESURRECTION

Synchronized swimming demands twists of body and leaps of imagination. Mrs. Swan and her Cygnets hope to get a standing ovation for their Easter extravaganza

By Roy Blount

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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