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Glorious Ordeal

End of the Glorious Ordeal

Henry Aaron gracefully endured the pressure of the chase, and then stopped it with one lash of his bat

By Ron Fimrite

A CIRCUS WITH ONE TILTED RING

The Knicks were getting much more than they could handle from the Bullets until Monroe spotted an odd-looking hoop in one game and Frazier recaptured his fan club at the redolent Garden in the next

By Peter Carry

PHILLY TAKES A FLYER ON THE CUP

Bernie Parent, the stingiest man in any NHL net, leads those audacious Philadelphia expansionists into a playoff war they think they can win

By Mark Mulvoy

No Small World

IT'S NO LONGER SUCH A SMALL WORLD

After a feeble start, the World Football League made a big splash by signing NFL stars Hill, Csonka, Warfield and Stabler

By Joe Marshall

Aaron Banks

AARON BANKS, NEW YORK'S MARTIAL ARTIST

A karate black belt, he has become the premier promoter of the Oriental disciplines that have turned into a show-biz phenomenon

By Jeannette Bruce

Augusta In Arnold's Looking Glass

Masters

A Town's View of the Affair

By Roy Blount Jr.

Pitcher

PITCHER IN SEARCH OF A PITCH

Pittsburgh's Steve Blass was a big winner until his control began to go. The new season finds him desperately worried

By Pat Jordan

Handball

Through a glass, darkly

The Super Eight celebrated their first birthday party with superb play, minuscule crowds and much concern for what the future might hold

By Ron Reid

Bowling

Flattop sails on his own

Crew-cut and square, Earl Anthony keeps to himself on tour and kept his cool to win the rich Firestone

By Herman Weiskopf

Big Bend

Rapids Round the Bend

A non-canoeing journalist blithely joins a group of adventurous Texas scientists on a wild, wet trip through the desolate canyons of the Rio Grande's Big Bend

By Edwin Shrake

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 1-7

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

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