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March 12, 1973 Table Of Contents

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Sailing Squall

SAILING UP A SQUALL

Ugly little Cascade' infuriated ocean-racing purists on the Southern circuit with her strange, gawky rig and low handicap, but what smarted most was her smashing victory in the Miami-to-Nassau classic

By Hugh D. Whall

NO HOLES TO MEND IN THESE SOX

As they open spring training under a mellow Sarasota sun Dick Allen is there, rich and ready. Bill Melton—The Back—is back in one piece, and fans on the South Side are asking: Is this The Year?

By William Leggett

NOW SHE PLAYS FOR GREEN STAMPS

...and green stuff. Chris Evert gets her introduction to the money game and comes away with 10 grand reasons for being a pro

By Joe Jares

The Slide

CLYDE THE GLIDE AND THE SLIDE

Last year Florida State was Cinderella, but now it is only the slipper. The reasons reveal how fragile are the components of an athletic team's success

By Barry McDermott

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Hush! Tamecats working

The style is so quiet at Kansas State and the coach's profile so low that the country only now is waking up to the team's loud success

By Gwilym S. Brown

THE WEEK

By Pat Putnam

Track & Field

It wasn't small potatoes in Pocatello

A crowd of 10,480 came to Idaho's Minidome to see America's first full-fledged pro meet and was witness to three world records, the world's goofiest relay and a world-record holder racing some blinking bulbs

By Ron Reid

Pro Basketball

Once All-Didnip, now All-Obscure

By Morton Sharnik

Wrestling

An eye on a title

By Herman Weiskopf

Table Tennis

The back of his hand to the world

Danny Seemiller-brash and unorthodox-keeps banging away at the little white ball with no doubt that he is a future world champion

By Lee Gutkind

MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY

It used to be that she could do nothing right. Cooking, gardening, swimming or driving—she was prepared to foul up anything down to earth. But a sky-high proposition was something else

By Coles Phinizy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 27-March 4

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 W. Creamer

CREDITS

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