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May 17, 1971 Table Of Contents

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Three Kids

THREE KIDS WARM UP CHILLY CITY

San Franciscans, slightly boreod with second-place, are cheering the Giants again

By Ron Fimrite

He Takes Off

HE TAKES OFF, HE TAKES IT IN

Whether he's long-jumping or scoring a touchdown, UCLA freshman James McAlister is sensational. In fact, he could become the first to win both an Olympic gold medal and the Heisman Trophy

By Pat Putnam

He's All Yours

HERE HE IS, RANGER—AND HE'S ALL YOURS

Woods and wildlife officials duck, or would like to, when parents seek to give their offspring a cool and meaningful experience—summer employment in the virgin forests

By Bil Gilbert

Ride, Omar!

GRAB THE GOAT AND RIDE, OMAR!

Galloping right out of Afghanistan onto the silver screen comes a gutty saga featuring the world's roughest sporting event, buzkashi

By Robert H. Boyle

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Ted's (sob) hitless ballgame

The Washington Senators have a book to play by and oh! so many problems—like a Floodless outfield and a trade coming up Short

By Roy Blount Jr.

Baseball's Week

THE WEEK

Volleyball

First stop for the U.S. on the road to Havana

Santa Monica YMCA won the U.S. title in Binghamton, N.Y. and may send as many as six men to Cuba for the Olympic elimination round

By Joe Jares

Horse Racing

It may be adios to Canonero

Because the Preakness will be less crowded than the jumbled Derby, it should provide a fairer test of 1971's leading 3-year-olds

By Whitney Tower

Angels At Work

CAUTION: BEWARE OF ANGELS AT WORK

The Joie Chitwoods, father and son, and their Danger Angels are kings of the thrill-show biz, prospering on the public's desire to see the action if some damfool driver wants to risk his neck

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Frank Deford

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