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Celtics

THE SLEDDING WAS TOUGH

Wherever the Celtics played last week the snow was heavy and so was the going. In four stormy games that tested their playoff mettle, they made gratifying progress

By Peter Carry

ALONG CAME THE LITTLE PEOPLE

Blasé old St. Moritz was up to here in royalty, and nobody seemed to care about the world ski meet. That's when Liechtenstein bit them on the ankle

By William Johnson

Sexy

AND THEY USED TO CALL HIM SEXY

Now that Secretariat (right) is down on the farm it is apparent that his nickname fits him none too well. He and Riva Ridge are such doubtful breeders their syndicates may fold

By Whitney Tower

Eclectic Power

GENERATING ECLECTIC POWER

In recent months Lee Evans has been into vegetables, antiques, yoga, versifying, astrology and religion without losing track of his main pursuit—running for love and money

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

Scratch one more patsy

Suddenly the East has a team, long kicked around by the big boys, that rates ranking with the best, and the starters are local products

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Swimming

Big fish in a small pond

No kazoo tooters can compete with Southwest Minnesota State, which features a pep band, video-taped pep talks and stereophonic Strauss

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Figure Skating

The divine right of queens

The title and scepter always pass to the next in line, so Dorothy Hamill figured to win the crown despite putting on a plebeian performance

By Jeanette Bruce

Golf

Where it is still 1960 and hope springs eternal

Arnold Palmer is 44 and his game looks it, but in the eyes of Palm Springs he is the finest player in the world. The old army marches on

By Barry McDermott

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 4-10

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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