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Pro Tennis

FIRST A MASSAGE, THEN A MESSAGE

Rod Laver got one and Dick Stockton the other as the WCT started a four-month tour that will reach the world's capitals and crannies. While the Aussie won in Miami, reports from Wales were foggy

By Joe Jares

MEANWHILE, AT THE DEESIDE LEISURE CENTRE

By Clive Gammon

BABY, IT'S COLD INSIDE

But not outdoors in L.A., where the hedonistic Kings sun and surf. The trouble is, they freeze on the road

By Mark Mulvoy

BUZZING TO GLORY

What were the tiny flying tiger (above) and the little bitty bomb doing? They were merely stealing the show at The Great Miami Air Race—and proving that it is always nicer to win one for the nippers

By Ron Fimrite

THE BULLETS ARE HIGH CALIBER

And Baltimore is loaded. The return of Archie Clark, the acquisition of Elvin Hayes and the transformation of Mike Riordan have made it an explosive team, one with a real shot at the NBA title

By Peter Carry

Sticks

SHOULD HE STICK TO THE STICKS?

Sandy Hawley is unknown around big-time racetracks, but he could be the best bet of 1973. Last year he won more often than any other jockey riding in North America

By Robert H. Boyle

Learning

A Little Learning...

By Jule Campbell

College Basketball

New Tide rolls for 'Bama

Black may or may not yet be beautiful at the University of Alabama, but it is bountiful for sure now, turning an old conference inside out

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Pat Putnam

Track & Field

Search your soul, then run like blazes

Which is what Steve Prefontaine, tender of knee and sore of spirit, did last Saturday in the Sunkist Meet's two-mile race. He hadn't looked so good—or sounded so cocky—since the happy days before Munich

By Ron Reid

Motor Sports

Putting his Mark on the season

By Robert F. Jones

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE

By Beau Westover

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 16-22

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

MEET THE NEW CHAMP!

George Foreman, big and confident, surprised everybody but himself by taking the world title from Joe Frazier. What next? At least three good challengers—the heavyweight division lives again!

By Edwin Shrake

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