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Shopwalk

JUST THE PLACE FOR A GERMAN ROUND SNAFFLE WITH DROP-NOSED CAVESSON

By J. D. Reed

Art Talk

DON'T THROW YOUR OLD TENNIS RACKET AWAY, IT MIGHT MAKE AN OBJET D'ART

By Susan Kamb

Disgrace

WEEK OF DISGRACE ON THE ICE

Hooliganism erupted anew in hockey, a sport already under fire. Brawls in Toronto and Quebec caused one serious injury, four player arrests and wide indignation

By J. D. Reed

FAST RIDE ON THE PUERTO RICAN ROLLS-ROYCE

Bold Forbes accelerated smoothly to win the Wood and free-wheeling praise from Jockey Angel Cordero, who calls the high-powered colt a good Derby bet

By William Leggett

Net Gain

A NET GAIN FOR CONCENTRATION

Crediting a blissful marriage, Evonne Goolagong has abandoned her infamous 'walkabouts' in favor of knocking about former nemesis Chris Evert, who once again bit the Sporteze in a rouser of a match

By Joe Jares

Yankee Stadium

THE FALL AND RISE OF YANKEE STADIUM

Part 2: Religion In Sport

The Word According to Tom

Big names in sport have been used to sell religion, endorsing Jesus much as they would a sneaker or a golf club, but the show-biz approach to Christianity is now losing ground

By Frank Deford

Baseball

Good field, no more hit

Brooks Robinson, a poor batter last season, faces a trial at the plate

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK (April 11-17)

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

Riding for a fall at Pimlico

So it seemed, but rumors flew as a woman jockey lay gravely injured

By Ray Kennedy

Lacrosse

Attack from both sides

The Cornell-Johns Hopkins game featured the nation's three top guns. In winning, the Big Red proved that two barrels are far better than one

By Joe Marshall

Pro Basketball

One double order of Big Macs

Fans had a feast watching McAdoo and Buffalo nip McGinnis and Philadelphia in the playoffs

By Larry Keith

...AND A PSYCHO SERIES IN THE ABA

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Bass

5,760 CASTS A DAY: NOW THAT'S PLUGGING

Angling for contracts as well as prize money, tournament bass pros must work as fast as possible at "getting the meat in"

By Roy Blount Jr.

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 12-18

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

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Edited by Douglas S. Looney

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