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Express

DERAILING THE LAKER EXPRESS

Along came Los Angeles, with 33 victories and a full head of steam. And here came the Bucks, determined to stop the train by throwing themselves right in front of it

By Peter Carry

Milwaukee Basketball

'YOU KNOW ME, AL.' 'RIGHT, FRANK, AND I HATE TO DO IT.'

Marquette, Milwaukee's other team, won, too—in a royal battle of the McGuire boys, Al and Frank

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE BIG MAN LOWERS HIS OLYMPIC BOOM

For years he warned ski racers about professionalism. For years they laughed. But now they know Brundage means business

By William Johnson

Super Bowl Preview

COWBOYS, IN A WALK

Dallas will win by more than two touchdowns, says the author, who's been known to make similar pronouncements. This time he really means it

By Tex Maule

DOLPHINS, BY A NOSE

The author was born in Miami, lives in Miami and will die in New Orleans if the Big Aqua Machine conks out. Worry not. Garo Yepremian is on hand

By John Underwood

Marina Life

NOTHING LIKE HAVING YOUR BOAT DOWNTOWN

Now close to 6,000 people do have boats tied up at the Los Angeles city limits. Marina del Rey is a waterfront community where Angelenos can park their craft a mere 30 or 40 minutes from the office, and if boating doesn't happen to be their thing, they can fish, cycle, swim and sunbathe or sit around on their balconies watching other people fish, cycle, swim and sunbathe. It may be the answer to the Urban Problem—otherwise known as Having Your Cake and Eating It, Too

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

It May Be Nautical but It's Not the Navy

By Jule Campbell

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

The season in mid-swing

By Herman Weiskopf

THE WEEK

Golf

Hold up your head, Tom Doty

Man may never conquer golf, but one remarkable day last fall an obscure assistant pro from Illinois gave the game an awful battle

By Barry McDermott

Bowling

Splits, spares and spuds on a $2 million tour

Boyish Don Johnson picks up where he left off in 1971 by sheathing his swollen thumb in a raw potato, then outrolling the field to draw first blood on the 1972 circuit at the BPAA Open in New York City

By Joe Jares

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 4-10

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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