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May 15, 1972 Table Of Contents

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Catch Me

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

But they couldn't, as the favorite, Riva Ridge, led the herd of horses in the Kentucky Derby round the circle in a dizzying wire-to-wire performance, the likes of which has not been seen in years

By Whitney Tower

ONE FOOTRACE WHERE HANDS COUNTED

USC botched a baton pass in the mite relay, anchor man John Smith (above) streaked home first and UCLA took the one-day war

By Pat Putnam

SWISH AND THEY'RE IN

Flashing lots of hot hands—and a single sore one—Los Angeles goes all the way

By Peter Carry

Big Bust

THE BLAST WAS ONE BIG BUST

Their revelry was to last for 90 hours, then they would adjourn to the ring for last week's Ali-Chuvalo go. Well, the fight went quite handsomely, but the party pooped when the money ran out

By Robert F. Jones

Paradise Improved

A CASE OF PARADISE IMPROVED

Hawaii's Princeville, westernmost golf course in the U.S., is a development in tropic splendor touched by genius

By Dan Jenkins

Baseball

Hooton is doing his thang

Which is Texan for the Chicago no-hit pitcher's unique delivery

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK

By Don Delliquanti

Hockey

Tough mountain to climb

The Stanley Cup summit seemed an inaccessible Everest to New York as Bobby Orr's Bruins won a crucial game to lead commandingly

By Mark Mulvoy

Boxing

Nobody jives little Bobby

He will not be eligible for parole for a year, but there aren't many bars between this young flyweight and Munich's Olympic ring

By Edwin Shrake

Harness Racing

Good times for a couple of good Joes

Showing his fine Italian hand, Guzzinati slipped past O'Brien to win the world driving title

By Lynn Simross

Tanks

A la Recherche du Tanks Perdu

A middle-aged dreamer, freely styling himself Splash, seeks the past in the chlorinated waters of yesteryear

By Robert F. Jones

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 2-8

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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