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April 7, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

A MOVEABLE FAMINE: HUNGERING FOR FAME BEYOND DAVENPORT AND PALATKA

By Jonathan Yardley

NCAA Basketball

WHAT A WIZ OF A WIN IT WAS

Led by Richard Washington's 28 points, UCLA defeated Kentucky 92-85 to give John Wooden a wonderful retirement gift—his 10th NCAA title

By Curry Kirkpatrick

JACK SHOWS GARY HE'S NO MASTER PAST

Globetrotting Player, preparing to defend his Augusta title, made his first U.S. appearance of the year and discovered that Nicklaus is still the kingpin

By Dan Jenkins

STIRRING UP THE DERBY BURGOO

Foolish Pleasure looked like a sure Triple Crown winner—until last week. Then he was beaten by Prince Thou Art, California found Avatar and Kentucky had itself a horse race again

By Tex Maule

Classy Class

THE CLASS WITH A LOT OF CLASS

The rookie crop in both the NBA and the ABA has shown more talent than any in years, which is one reason why the pro season has been topsy-turvy and why pro coaches tend to develop anxiety complexes

By Pat Putnam

Baseball 1975

GOING TO BAT FOR THE GAME

As baseball begins again, its life signs are strong, but thoughtful men like Sal Bando (left) warn that estranged fans and players must soon reunite

By Ron Fimrite

IMAGES LARGER THAN LIFE

AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST

By Jim Kaplan

AMERICAN LEAGUE WEST

By Ron Fimrite

NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST

By Larry Keith

NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST

By Roy Blount Jr.

BORN TO BE A DODGER

Now that he is one, Steve Garvey tries to live up to his obligations while opposing the cult of the antihero

By Roy Blount Jr.

TV/Radio

SAY IT AIN'T SO ABOUT JOE

By William Leggett

Lacrosse

The French connection

McEneaney-to-French is the route Cornell hopes to ride to the title

By Joe Marshall

Swimming

Yes, we are believers

Led by John Naber, USC won its second straight NCAA championship, and this time no one could question whether the Trojans deserved it

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 24-30

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD