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Baiting The Bruins

BAITING THE BRUINS

Their future is grizzly, but their innocence is refreshing as three surprising championship hopefuls earn the right to take en UCLA

By Barry McDermott

He's Perfect

OH LORD, HE'S PERFECT

If God were to make the ultimate racehorse, It would be Secretariat, or so they say at the track. He is the world's most expensive animal, one with ideal form and Derby prospects

By Pat Putnam

AND HE'S THE CHIEF OF STATE

By Whitney Tower

Underground

RISE OF THE UNDERGROUND TOUR

All you need are your clubs, your nerve and—here's the rub—your cash, and you, too, can lead the life of a big-money pro. There is more than $10 million to be earned on a brand-new golf circuit

By Gwilym S. Brown

Aintree

RIDING FOR A FALL

Most Grand National entries are destined for disaster—some even for death—but for more than a century Aintree's challenge has spurred jockeys and their mounts to extraordinary heights

By Clive Gammon

People

PEOPLE

Hockey

On, Wisconsin, or hullabaloo goes East

In the continuing saga of a Cinderella team, its sophomore hero and its fervent fans, the Badgers beggar belief by upsetting Cornell in sudden-death overtime, then shocking Denver to capture the NCAA title

By Dan Levin

Bridge

The POWs found a way

By Charles Goren

Track & Field

Thank heaven for this little girl

By Ron Reid

Design For Sport

Fold it out and presto! Tenderloin is hamburger

Troubled that squash's aristocratic reputation is denying it broad popularity, a devotee slashes court costs with an ingenious design

By Pamela Knight

Skiing

Annemarie on a spree

She crushed the opposition early and now the cannonball queen of racing is coolly coasting home

By William Johnson

College Basketball

Underdogs steal the bone

At the NAIA the favorites lost early and often and Guilford, N.C., a long shot sparked by an almost ancient ex-Marine, grabbed the title

By Larry Keith

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 12-18

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

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