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NCAA

WOLFPACK BY A FANG

Nipping Maryland in overtime North Carolina State won the ACC and a shot at the national championship

By Barry McDermott

BUT UCLA IS SNARLING

Announcing the return of the beastly Bruins, who last week destroyed USC to prove they are ready to prolong their reign

By Curry Kirkpatrick

HE'D RATHER BE RED THAN RICH

Capitalist millions do not tempt Cuban heavyweight Teofilo Stevenson. After winning at Munich he spurned the Yankee dollar to remain an amateur, and last weekend he was still punching for fun

By Tex Maule

New Places

FAMILIAR FACES IN NEW PLACES

Scores of baseball players traded in the off-season are picking up the thread—and threads—of a different pattern of life in spring training. Here are some of the celebrated in up-to-date surroundings

By William Leggett

Storen

HAVING A BALL WITH THE ABA

In his first season, Commissioner Mike Storen has been charging happily around the league talking up the need to have faith in the future. Tenet One: we really can land Bill Walton

By Peter Carry

Slaughter

SLAUGHTER ON SOUTH ISLAND

For years the New Zealand government has considered the deer a pest. Now gunship meat hunters, answering the clamor for venison, may send the buck the way of the buffalo

By Robert F. Jones

Tennis

No haven in Hartford, Conn.

The usual fun and gamesmanship brightened the scene at the World Cup, and the usual Aussie disaster overtook the Americans on the court

By Joe Jares

Pro Football

The battle is joined

A brash young lawyer named Ed Garvey leads the players' revolt

By Gwilym S. Brown

Pro Basketball

McAdoo About Something boffo in Buffalo

Shrewd trades plus a plum in the draft reshaped the Braves, and their moody big man, shifted to center, is dominating the NBA stat sheets

By Michael DelNagro

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 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 Andrew Crichton

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD