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February 21, 1972 Table Of Contents

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Sapporo Go-Go

THE GO-GO GIRLS OF SAPPORO

A trio of young Americans earned a gold medal each to ornament the best U.S. Winter Olympics effort in years. The men? A rare silver in hockey

By William Johnson

GET DA SHOODAH, SAID FADDAH

The Milwaukee McGuires, 'fils' and 'père' Marquette, share that New York heritage and a team that has yet to suffer defeat, although at times it seemed that any little win was better than an all-out rout

By Curry Kirkpatrick

A Rare Wearin' of the Green

The Irish do not often beat England at Twickenham, but they did last week and almost everybody was happy. When Mike Flynn made his goal, he was demonstrating what sports can offer that politics cannot

By Dan Levin

Two To Watch

MINSON AND HILLER ARE TWO TO WATCH

Or maybe Hinson and Miller. Nobody is sure who is which when these bright young pros come down the fairway

By Walter Bingham

You Catch It

YOU CATCH IT, HE'LL MOUNT IT

Anything found in water—from fighting surface fish to benthic weirdies—is fair game for taxidermist Al Pflueger Jr.

By Coles Phinizy

The Dawn of the Possible Dream

By John Updike

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Rebound for Washington

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Track & Field

It Just wasn't in the stars

According to an astrologer, Steve Prefontaine (above) was supposed to come in third in the two-mile, but the horoscope was full of Taurus

By Pat Putnam

Pro Basketball

A slight case of unmistakable identity

The Van Arsdale twins look alike, think alike and play alike—Dick for Phoenix and Tom for Cincinnati—but they don't like to go one-on-one on one another. So last weekend brotherly love slowed the fast break

By Peter Carry

Tennis

Lose a battle and a war

Nobody wins these athletic feuds, but it's always the fans who suffer

By Walter Bingham

All-America

All-America, All the Way

Major Pete Dawkins, a man of his times—of good days past and now of the present

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 8-14

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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