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May 3, 1971 Table Of Contents

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Our Jack

OUR JACK IN FIELDS OF GOLD

There were saunas, swimming pools, sumptuous parties, pretty girls—and Jack Nicklaus, who methodically routed the field and won $33,000 at the Tournament of Champions

By Dan Jenkins

A RIOT ACT CHANGES THE SCENE

After Oakland Manager Dick Williams blistered his A's on a bus, they drove to the top, running over the California Angels and shaking up the nervous Twins as baseball's dullest division came to life

By William Leggett

ICY LOVE-IN FOR VIC, JEAN AND ROD

Hoping for any kind of winner, New York was blowing kisses to the hot line of the Rangers in a tight hockey series

By Mark Mulvoy

UNCONSCIOUS, LIST AND TWIST

The Kentucky Derby is wide open, the betting will be wild and the author gambles by suggesting three for the money

By Whitney Tower

Big John

STAKING A CLAIM FOR BIG JOHN

Heretical as it may sound, some people consider squat Johnny Campo, off the streets of New York, the best trainer in the business. This week in Kentucky he may get a chance to convince a few more

By Tex Maule

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

The Brat is a winner for old USA

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK

By Joe Jares

Track & Field

Whoosh goes the Wasco whiz

The Blackeye Bean Capital of the World has no traffic lights, one movie house, 28 churches and a little boy who holds 16 U.S. records

By George Curry

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

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

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