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May 8, 1972 Table Of Contents

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TV Talk

When Canadian football hits the tube, can the Fourth of July be far behind?

By John Carol

Violence

VIOLENCE IS THE GOAL

The Stanley Cup was brimming with hate as the Bruins, determined to be tough guys, squared off against the Rangers, who were not above a fast glove to the face. The result: Round 1 to Boston

By Mark Mulvoy

THIS DRAKE WAS FOR THE DUCKS

Rain, wind and assorted ailments hampered U.S. Olympic hopefuls at Des Moines' Drake Relays, but nothing bothered the one key man who wasn't eligible to go to Munich, South Africa's Fanie Von Zijl

By Pat Putnam

WE'RE ONLY STARTING TO ROLL

American cycling cannot boast many big wheels, but the U.S. Grand Prix showed we are pedaling to the top

By Larry Keith

The Derby

JUST TO BE IN THE DERBY PICTURE

Almost every owner of a colt in the Run for the Roses feels his horse is cut out to win, but pride and joy diminish objectivity about who can measure up at Churchill Downs

By Whitney Tower

Windmills

IN A WORLD OF WINDMILLS

John Sain is the best and most beloved pitching coach in baseball. This does not necessarily represent the opinion of the management

By Pat Jordan

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Merely a matter of evolution

Minnesota comes up with a Darwin to embellish its changing world

By William Leggett

THE WEEK

By Jim Kaplan

Bridge

Slammed around on a point of order

By Charles Goren

Pro Basketball

Seventh-round knockout

All season long they battled evenly and, sure enough, the playoffs came down to three wins for Utah, three for Indiana and judgment day

By Peter Carry

Soccer

'Oh, what a black day for England'

The West German national team, which has battled England in two of the game's pivotal contests of recent years, turns a rematch before 100,000 at London's Wembley Stadium into something of a Teutonic romp

By Tex Maule

Marathon

Concentrate on the Chrysanthemums

The marathon is never a bed of roses, but in Japan the contemplation of floral displays wonderfully calms the jitters. To soothe your feet, try vodka

By Kenny Moore

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 25-May 1

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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