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Party Crashers

VIRGINIA CRASHES THE PARTY

The Cavaliers cut the glamour boys out of the ACC dance to become a surprise guest at the NCAA playoffs

By Larry Keith

6,996 6,997 6,998...

And this week at Santa Anita, Jockey Bill Shoemaker almost surely will win his 7,000th race, a number that only a few years ago seemed impossible to attain

By William Leggett

ADDING A TITLE TO A TRIUMPH

On the run from adoring mobs, Mittermaier proved in Colorado that everything's still coming up Rosi

By Douglas S. Looney

On The Hill

DOWN ON THE FARM ON THE HILL

After Klammer had seen Innsbruck—and the world had seen Franz—he was welcomed home, in time for spring planting

By Ray Kennedy

Superdome

REALLY RUNNING IN THE RED

The Superdome is New Orleans' pride and joy and problem child. It has money troubles that may go on forever, and a whole Domeful of supersnafus, too

By J. D. Reed

In The Van

ONCE MORE, CALIFORNIA IS IN THE VAN

Out West, where fads form and spirits are free-wheeling, the vehicle that your plumber and florist drive has been gussied up in shag, suede and paneling and rocks with quadraphonic sound

By J. D. Reed

College Basketball

The toast of the Coast

That was the boast as the powerful women's teams of UCLA and Cal State Fullerton (host) met to decide which was the most. UCLA loast—er, lost

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Pro Basketball

A rising young Sun

Center Alvan Adams is a slick, savvy candidate for rookie honors

By Joe Jares

Tennis

Cashing in on a new policy

Agreeable Jimbo helped the U.S. become a beneficiary in Hartford

By Robert H. Boyle

Motor Sports

Two flats that led to a flat-out finish

As tires kept going bad, Yamaha's hope of realizing its "sure win" in the Daytona 200 rested on the cool nerve of a youthful Venezuelan rider

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 1-7

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 Robert W. Creamer

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