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April 17, 1972 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

There they go, fussing with the rules, just when we'd got the hang of the game

By Peter Dobereiner

Poa Jack

POA JACK BEATS HIMSELF

In winning his fourth Masters, Jack Nicklaus had only two problems—Jack Nicklaus and an annoying infestation of blotchy weed

By Dan Jenkins

A HEAVY LOSS TO A LIGHT HEAVY

Vicente Rondon was the light-heavyweight champion (two pounds overweight) and so was Bob Foster. So the pair had it out in Miami, and after two terrified rounds Rondon (above) was out for good

By Martin Kane

MAKING A POINT—PLAYGROUND STYLE

The outcome of the series wasn't as important at the moment as the fact that the Nets were two stars short against mighty Kentucky. And that's when they decided it was time to shoot and run

By Peter Carry

Rangers

RANGERS MIX STIX, NIX HAB HEX

Refusing to play dead for the champion Habitants of Montreal, as is their wont, New York opened Stanley Cup play by winning two straight at home, then battled furiously in the enemy's camp

By Mark Mulvoy

White-Crown

BLACK FUTURE FOR THE WHITE-CROWN

Thousands of birds in the hand may soon mean none in the bush, for at its present rate of decimation this native of the southern islands will become—like the passenger—a dead pigeon

By Virginia Kraft

Muntz

LIFE WITH A MAD MOTOR MOGUL

Earl Muntz made his first fortune putting people on four wheels. Now he is trying for another by putting them on two

By Edwin Shrake

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

The week that wasn't

The nation turned its suffering eyes to the labor news as baseball's striking players checked out basketball, paddle ball and even softball

By Ron Fimrite

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 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

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