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February 6, 1978 Table Of Contents

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TWO DOZEN NBA GREATS TEAM UP WITH A BALLERINA TO TELL IT LIKE IT IS

By Jonathan Yardley

Millrose Games

THE SLOP AND HUSTLE TAKE OVER

They were dancing in the aisles when Franklin Jacobs set a high-jump world record and Dick Buerkle kept Bayi at bay

By Pat Putnam

THE BALANCED HAND THAT BEAT 16 ACES

A stubborn Connors defused Tanner's rockets at the U.S. Indoor tournament

By Curry Kirkpatrick

IT PAYS TO PLAY LIKE AN AMATEUR

The $105,000 Colgate Triple Crown Match Play tournament went to JoAnne Carner, who used dueling skills honed 20 years ago as a national amateur champ to mow down the big guns of the women's pro tour

By Walter Bingham

The Four-Corners

THEY'RE FOURSQUARE FOR THE FOUR-CORNERS

Coaches all around the country have adopted North Carolina's delay game, which is so effective its opponents may need a clock to kill it

By Don Delliquanti

TV/Radio

FROM THE BASEMENT TO THE BOOTH

By Melissa Ludtke

College Basketball

A good life on The Farm

Cam Brown of the University of Maine-Farmington is the leading Division III scorer, but his post-graduate ambition is a teaching job at home, not a professional career

By Peter Gammons

THE WEEK (Jan. 23-29)

By Bruce Newman

Hockey

Rocky road for the kids

Now that Broncomania has subsided, Barry Beck and Paul Gardner hope to stir up some Rockymania in Denver

By Peter Gammons

Pro Basketball

On the other end of the whistle now

Rookie referee Bernie Fryer, a so-so performer in the pros for three years, is a rarity: the only former NBA player on the league staff

By Don Delliquanti

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 23-29

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Jack Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Douglas S. Looney

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