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Sound And Fury

FULL OF SOUND AND FURY

...but signifying little is the NFL draft, where the rich get richer, the poor poorer. The WFL also drafted. There the rich could get poorer

By Joe Marshall

BIG NOISE BLEW IN FROM POMONA

Down among the throbbing eardrums in the season's first big drag-racing event, the $280,000 Winternationals, there were Funny Cars, fun cars and a not-such-fun crash. Happily the driver was unhurt

By Pat Jordan

THE HEYDAYS OF A BIG BARNBURNER

College basketball's leading scorer is up at five working his spread. No sweat. He studies in the evening—after chores

By Kent Hannon

Rangers

DASHING THROUGH THE DOUGH

On the strangest sleigh ride in hockey, New York's glowingly affluent Rangers have everything except what they want most—the Stanley Cup—and after three decades of pursuit it seems as elusive as ever

By Mark Mulvoy

Gentle Ben

GENTLE BEN IS VERY TOUGH

At 22, Ben Crenshaw may look as beguiling as the boy next door, but give him a golf club and he turns killer. "Not since Jack...," say judges of talent. "Not since Arnold...," say critics of charm

By Dan Jenkins

Snowplace

Snowplace like Home

By Jeannette Bruce

Zonkers

NOT ZONK, JUST ZONKERS

British actor Peter Cook is touched—with genius, it would seem, for sports soothsaying, and surely with lunatic humor as co-star of the madcap review 'Good Evening,' which is the hot favorite on Broadway

By Ron Fimrite

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Blooming cactus flowers

Arizona was long given up for dead, but a transfusion of stimulating young talent brought in from afar has hearts all aflutter in Tucson

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Baseball

San Diego finds a sugar padre

The McDonald's man with the most gets the ball team with the least

By Ron Fimrite

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 28-Feb. 3

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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