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HOW TO COMPETE WITH THE PROS IN CATCHING THE ACTION AT THE HOOP

By Walter Iooss Jr.

Booktalk

AT LAST: A SPORTS ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR KIDS THAT DOESN'T TALK DOWN TO THEM

By Kent Hannon

Watery Grave

INVITATION TO A WATERY GRAVE

Most pros agree that the 18th at Doral is a killer, the toughest finishing hole on the tour, and last week it proved just as lethal as ever—except to Hubie Green

By Dan Jenkins

THE CANADIENS SAY IT WITH FLOWERS

Make that flower—namely Guy Lafleur, the high-scoring wing who is giving league-leading Montreal visions of being garlanded as champion once more

By J. D. Reed

MAKING SURE OF A SURE THING

Heavily favored Iowa, led by 150-pounder Chuck Yagla, who was named the tournament's outstanding wrestler, did even better than predicted in winning its second straight NCAA championship

By Douglas S. Looney

NCAA Preview

IT'S A LONG, LONG WAY TO PHILADELPHIA

Indiana must get by rugged Alabama and, probably, classy Marquette to reach the NCAA semifinals, where UCLA and Rutgers may be lurking

By Barry McDermott

'Tennis Everyone'

FOR THE AUSTINS, IT'S 'TENNIS EVERYONE'

A lot of balls have swished over the net since Jeanne and George Austin took up the game 17 years ago. Now the family has won some 400 tournaments, including nine national championships

By Curry Kirkpatrick

A Hot Time in the Old Downtown

Go for It All on Glory Road

By Robert F. Jones

TV/Radio

HE SENDS THEM OUT OF THIS WORLD

By William Leggett

College Basketball

The Pace was too hot

Powered by a gimpy center, Coppin State won the NAIA tournament

By Larry Keith

Boating

'In my strategy, I have given up sinking'

So says one intrepid offshore powerboat racer, a soul mate of restaurateur Rocky Aoki, who took last week's Bushmills Grand Prix at Newport Beach, Calif. The new kid on the briny, Aoki is a racer who sinks or wins

By Coles Phinizy

Tennis

Court case for détente

World Team Tennis ventured to Moscow to open a five-match series with the Soviet Union. The net result was a U.S. win, a Russian grin

By Marsh Clark

The Winner

THE WINNER WHO WALKED AWAY

A growing awareness of death rode with Phil Hill when he drove his Ferrari world championship in 1961, but in the self-examination of retirement he feels the fascination of racing's fatal spell

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 8-14

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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