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March 19, 1973 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

A guide to arriving late, keeping your scalp and seeing the game at the Garden

By Michael Olmert

Yesterday

Baseball's Great Innovator

Charles Abner Powell gave us the rain check, Ladies' Day and one of the winningest minor league teams of its era

By Edwin Hoag

Russian Pixie

HELLO TO A RUSSIAN PIXIE

Olga Korbut, the girl of tears and triumph at the Olympics, is off on a tour of the U.S., star attraction of the Soviet women's gymnastic team

By Martha Duffy

NOW PLAYING RIGHT: MANNY SANGUILLEN

With Roberto Clemente gone, Pittsburgh's fielding problems are manifold. Go-go bats must compensate for so-so gloves

By Roy Blount Jr.

NCAA

DOWN TO THE SWEET SIXTEEN

The season's survivors continue their battle into the NCAA regionals. By Saturday just four will be left, and only the surprise of the decade will keep one of them from being irrepressible UCLA

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Socorro

HIGHLINING WITH THE SOAKERS OF SOCORRO

When 26 mad fishermen, some hot sticks and some bananas, voyaged to a piscatorial paradise south of Baja, their purpose was to find the big grabbers. What they found was each other

By Robert F. Jones

My Ticket

MY TICKET TO THE TOUR

By Jim Simons

People

PEOPLE

Tennis

Another annuity for two old Aussies

In the insurance capital of the U.S., Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson continued an Australian policy and collected the World Cup once again

By Joe Jares

Pro Basketball

New stripes, same old slick tiger

By Peter Carry

Horse Racing

That's some kind of cat

By Whitney Tower

Wrestling

When the Eagles crowed

Little Clarion State gags it up to relax, but there is nothing funny about its performance on the mat, where it won three NCAA championships

By Herman Weiskopf

Doyle

The Adventure of the Aspiring Athlete

Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, was a first-rate competitor in numerous sports. Although he eventually came to detest writing about Holmes, he couldn't resist equipping the great detective with formidable physical skills to go along with his unmatched intellect

By Robert Cantwell

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 5-11

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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