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Westminster

HE POINTED THE WAY AT WESTMINSTER

The dog world put on its best bib and tucker to watch a German shorthair win best-in-show and four new breeds take their bows

By Robert H. Boyle

Bold Blades

BOLD BLADES FROM SEA TO SEA

In one puck-happy week a reporter exploring the hockey boom sees a phenom in Canada, beans in Boston, Illinois lib, iced Peanuts out West, Minnesota madness and an Orr in a minor key

By Mark Mulvoy

College Basketball

The travelin' Jays

Eddie Sutton's Creighton team is flying high—and often far afield

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

By Joe Marshall

Hot-Doggers

CLOTHES TO HELP HOT-DOGGERS CUT THE MUSTARD

DAFFY, WHEELIE AND MOEBIUS FLIP

By Jule Campbell

Soccer

They're all right, Jack

Undefeated Leeds United, fast closing in on a remarkable record, is inspired by a manager who is inspired by—of all people—Jack Nicklaus

By Tex Maule

Pro Basketball

Shoot first, sue later

Zelmo stuck the Stars with a suit after the team wrecked the West

By Peter Carry

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 11-16

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

A WAY TO DOUBLE YOUR MONEY

Ben Jipcho had no trouble understanding a cardinal principle of pro track—the more races you win the more money you make. He had no trouble with the opposition either, taking four events in two nights

By Ron Reid

GASSER OF A RACE AT RICHARD'S PLACE

The fuel crisis cut 50 miles off the Daytona 500, but Petty did it once again, Just as he used to back in the good old days

By Robert F. Jones

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