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February 3, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Movietalk

I AM BURNED UP AT THE SIGHT OF O.J. CARRYING A CAT INSTEAD OF A BALL

By Roy Blount Jr.

Arttalk

GRIM TRUTH IN A MIDWEST GALLERY FOR THE HORSEPLAYERS WHO NEVER SAY DIE

By Mark Kram

Sad End

SAD END OF AN EMPIRE

Twenty years ago Rex Ellsworth, owner of Swaps, was the king of racing. Now, after thoroughbred horses were found starving on his neglected ranch, past glory has disintegrated into present disgrace

By Whitney Tower

Shadow Of Knight

SHINING IN THE SHADOW OF KNIGHT

The No. 1 Hoosiers are unbeaten—and almost unknown. It figures. There can be little personal fame when the subs are super and the coach is a martinet

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Jack Or Better

A GAME OF JACK OR BETTER

Is Miller better? Maybe. Someday. Their cards were on the table, but Gene Littler won the Crosby pot

By Dan Jenkins

Eden

EDEN FIGHTS BACK

Faced with a runaway building boom, residents of Sanibel voted for incorporation in an effort to save the Florida island's basic charm

By Ray Kennedy

Freezing

the fun of freezing

Every season at this time, all St. Paul, Minn, spills outdoors to frolic in the frigid weather—they call it a c-c-c-carnival—stirring up a warm conviviality that not only eases the long wait for springtime, but serves to prove another cold adage: that for those who get out and thrash around, winter misery loves company

By Jeannette Bruce

Toni Sailer

HE WINS UPHILL BATTLES, TOO

Tall, dark and handsome Toni Sailer tried acting after taking three gold medals in the '56 Olympics, but it was as a director that he had his biggest hit, reviving the Austrian ski team

By William O. Johnson

TV/Radio

BRINGING THE OUTDOORS IN

By William Leggett

College Basketball

On and up with the Mighty Macs

Tiny Immaculata helped bring TV to the fast-growing women's game

By Joe Marshall

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Tennis

Sprouting of an old seed

Long dormant, Marty Riessen found his way to the finals of the U.S. Indoor Championship, where he defeated a flashy young star-to-be

By Joe Jares

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan 20-26

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

CREDITS

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