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Booktalk

Works to complete the library of the compleat—and the incompleat—angler

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday

In Bushey Park the Cry Was, 'Batsman Up'

Some 20 years ago the good name of the American Third Air Force was shockingly threatened, finally driving a base commander in England to desperate—albeit sporting—measures

By David Lampe

The Masters

JACK FELL DOWN AND LOST HIS CROWN

When Nicklaus shot an unregal 77 to open the gates to the working class, that familiar runner-up, Tommy Aaron, shrugged off his bridesmaid costume and stepped into the green jacket of a Masters champion

By Dan Jenkins

ADD ONE-ON-ONE TO ALL FOR ONE

New York defeated Baltimore four games to one in the NBA playoffs by blending solo bursts with a typical team effort

By Peter Carry

WAR FOR THE INSCRUTABLE EAST

Surprise followed shock as New York opened Stanley Cup hostilities with defending champion Boston. The "demoralized" Rangers routed the Bruins in Boston and heard sweet music at home

By Mark Mulvoy

Vapors And Vice

ONCE A VALLEY OF VAPORS AND VICE

Hot Springs used to be downright sinful, but it made a clean break with the past, and now the town and track are thriving

By Frank Deford

Sailplanes

RIDE UP THERE WHERE EAGLES DARE

HIGH WITH A BIG WHITE BIRD

By Bob Ottum

Nudists

FOR EACH A PLACE IN THE SUN

Nudists disport themselves in many fashions, from bareback riding to Alpine skiing to free-form volleyball. And sometimes, in a naked reverse, they watch fully clothed games

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Skiing

Goodby, Broadway, hello, Schranz

Skiing's show-business circuit closed with the star too tired to face the rigors of another season. And when the act opens next year, the incomparable Karli just might take over center stage from Jean-Claude Killy

By Gwilym S. Brown

Lacrosse

Hot Roddy in the nets

Virginia's Cavaliers, last year's national champions, could win again, mostly because of the spectacular reflexes of their sophomore goalie

By Joe Marshall

Motor Sports

The new little engine that couldn't

Experts think it can and racers think it can. But finances and rules are restricting the rotary

By Brock Yates

Gymnastics

A smile-in after a mouth-off

By Herman Weiskopf

Conservation

G. Washington dug here

And now The Nature Conservancy, with 49,000 acres given by a visionary corporation, digs in to save Virginia's famed Dismal Swamp

By Ellington White

La Caze

TRUFFLES AND FLOURISHES ON THE TARN

Abulage with the excellent food from the Ch√¢teau de la Caze and angling advice from everyone, the visitor flailed away at the famed French trout stream to no avail. But that was before M. Bugarel appeared bearing his minnows

By Clive Gammon

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 2-8

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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