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FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF MONOPOLY, HERE ARE 1) A BOOK FOR NOVICES AND 2) A WORLD CHAMPION

By Frank Deford

Westminster

LOWDOWN ON THE TOP DOGS

The Establishment of dogdom has entered an era of unrest. A good thing, too, says one authority who dissects the prestigious Westminster show

By Robert H. Boyle

PLEASURE FOOLISH AND FORGONE

Two of horse racing's 1974 champions, the veteran Forego and the youthful Foolish Pleasure, strutted their stuff at Hialeah, serving emphatic notice that each expects to continue winning as he pleases

By Whitney Tower

Magic Inside

THE MAGIC IS INSIDE

WHEN YOU'RE IN, YOU CAN'T BE TOO FAR OUT OF IT

By Tex Maule

Driving Up

DRIVING UP WITH A COMPACT CARR

Led by the best young American wrestler and his brother-coach, Kentucky suddenly finds itself driving up with a compact carr

By Herman Weiskopf

College Basketball

A high road for a hot high-schooler

Everyone wants Bill Cartwright, but USF seems to have him a high road for a hot high-schooler

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Tennis

A straight-up cool Martina

Only 18 and on her third pro tour, this Czech really bounces

By Sarah Pileggi

Table Tennis

Pips for the bats of China

Reverting to pebbled sponge rackets and an active attacking game, Peking's iron men regain the world team championship in Calcutta

By Dick Miles

Track & Field

The quickening education of Filbert Bayi

Tanzania's fine miler was noted outdoors for his withering front-running, but in U.S. indoor meets he has rapidly learned how to rate himself. In San Diego he was master and two strong opponents the students

By Ron Reid

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 10-15

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

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