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Roof Raiser

HE'S RAISING THE ROOF

A week after setting the world record, Steve Smith wins coast to coast and it seems the sky is his limit

By Ron Reid

ELEVEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE COLTS

By Joe D'Adamo

97-POUND WEAKLINGS NO MORE

Rebelling at last against the Boston Bruins' habit of kicking ice in their faces, among other affronts, New York's traditionally nonviolent Rangers fight back—and rout the staggering Stanley Cup champions

By Mark Mulvoy

Un-Golf Classic

PUTT-ON AT AN UN-GOLF CLASSIC

With only big-time baseball and football players in the tournament, what happened on the links never figured to be much. But poolside at El Conquistador was another story. There the action was all-star

By Barry McDermott

Robert E. Snopes

WAITIN' FOR THE ROBERT E. SNOPES

The only thing that saved Daytona from dullsville was this entry from down on the levee. They lost it and loved it.

By Robert F. Jones

WATCH OUT, HERE IT COMES

'IT'S VERY HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH'

By Jim Rutherford

Group Therapy

YANKEE R[X] IS GROUP THERAPY

Unable to make a hit with baseball's most famous team, CBS sold it to a 15-man syndicate that now may neatly combine a fine Ruthian sentiment with an appreciation of depreciation

By William Johnson

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Say it ain't so, Cliff!

Alas, it may be. The nation's top schoolboys could be UCLA bound

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

By Dan Levin

Swimming

That old sinking feeling

Blacks lack buoyancy, as Dr. James Haines has demonstrated, but his Morehouse College swimmers have overcome gravity and the opposition

By Morton Sharnik

Tennis

Strictly a California affair

In the past it was usually UCLA and USC who produced the best players, but now the big gun on the West Coast is Stanford, led by Alex Mayer. Still, it's...

By Joe Jares

Glub, Glub

SLEEPS 6 TO 8 AND GOES GLUB, GLUB, GLUB

That was the little boat that took the intrepid foursome off into the untracked vastness of that dark and adventurous frontier, innermost Florida. The trouble was, they kept running around in circles

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 30-Feb. 5

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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