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March 21, 1977 Table Of Contents

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PUT A ROTOR ON THE ROOF, SPORTSMEN, AND YOU'VE GOT A CABIN IN THE SKY

By Virginia Kraft

The Sixers

GOOD, BUT WHY NOT THE BEST?

With all its high-priced talent, Philadelphia was supposed to be awesome. Instead, it is an enigma—and sometimes awful

By Curry Kirkpatrick

IT WAS A PIECE OF CAKE FOR BAKER

Rain turned the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Classic into half of what everyone expected, which was just fine with Yamaha factory rider Steve Baker. He handily won his first official 750-cc. world championship race on his first try

By Sam Moses

THE SIXTEEN SWEETEST FIGHT FOR A KISS

But only the NCAA champion will get it. Will it be Michigan? UCLA? Or will it be a team that lost to Georgia Southern earlier in the season?

By Barry McDermott

World Cup

AFTER THE LAST HURRAH, A FINAL MURMUR

By shutting out the Australians in the Aetna World Cup, the U.S.—and Jimmy Connors—applied the coup de gr√¢ce to a glorious dynasty

By Frank Deford

TV/Radio

RIGHT UP THE VIEWERS' ALLEY

By Melissa Ludtke

College Baseball

A catcher who's caught their fancy

Major league scouts have their eyes on Florida State's Terry Kennedy, a long-ball hitter with an arm like Bench's

By Jim Kaplan

Skiing

Making like a giant in slaloms

The medals may be pins and the races easy, but everybody stars in NASTAR

By Sam Moses

Design For Sport

Now this is one way to travel light

Frank Shorter has come up with running gear that is also dry, cool and warm

By Jule Campbell

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 7-March 13

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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