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Yesterday

SILVER SEVEN WON THE STANLEY CUP SO OFTEN THEY KICKED IT INTO A CANAL

By Arnold Schechter

Wild West

IT'S A WILD WEST SHOW

Abdul-Jabbar is putting up a Moon Ball, Jerry West is coaching up a storm and the Lakers are up at the top

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE DAY THE GOLD TURNED GREEN

With Muhammad Ali's trainer, Angelo Dundee, working in his corner, Olympic gold medalist Sugar Ray Leonard brought boxing back to Baltimore, whipping Luis Vega and collecting a cool $40,044 in his professional debut

By Pat Putnam

THREE APPLICATIONS FOR ONE VACANCY

Old champ Indiana has been evicted, but Michigan, Minnesota and Purdue are elbowing each other to occupy the Big Ten penthouse

By Larry Keith

Record Run

RECORD RUN ON THE SOUTHERN SEA

A classy fleet had to play ketch-up behind the big yacht Kialoa in the key race of the SORC series

By Coles Phinizy

Lift Lines

Putting On a Hill of a Show

Some come to ski, but many come to ski and be seen doing their number, and there are no better spots than the trails under the lift lines. From California's Mammoth Mountain at right, where Chair No. 3 is front row center, to the runs on the following pages, all the best slopes are really a stage.

By William Oscar Johnson

College Basketball

Winning is the order of the day

A salute to VMI, not long ago 1-25, but now marching toward a 25-1 record

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

TV/Radio

THIS PROGRAM IS A REAL EYE-OPENER

By Melissa Ludtke

Nature

'What's that coming out of your shirt?' 'Oh, it's just Jo-Jo'

Who is only one of the hermit crabs Glen Spence wears on his head and takes into bars for beer while campaigning to make Florida's Keys safe for the critters

By Dan Levin

Hockey

If I had a Hammer, I'd...

...hammer in the evening, or so L.A. owner Jack Kent Cooke thought when he acquired Dave (Hammer) Schultz. But Schultz wants to make like a real player

By Peter Gammons

Figure Skating

Great, big wonderful whirl

That was the scene at the nationals, where the new athleticism held sway

By Jeannette Bruce

Fish Story

A Fish Story That Was All Too True

A well-toasted dream begun in a Manhattan restaurant was realized off Panama, where two anglers rode in pursuit of bounteous sailfish and wahoo and a Red Horde of cubera

By Clive Gammon

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 31-Feb. 6

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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