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February 27, 1978 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

ACCOMPLISHED SKIERS CAN GET PH.D.s AT COLORADO'S COPPER MOUNTAIN

By Anita Verschoth

Booktalk

BANG THE DRUM LOUDLY FOR SOUTHPAW HENRY WIGGEN, BACK NOW IN A TRILOGY

By Jonathan Yardley

The Best

He's the Greatest, I'm the Best

Ali was his man then and Ali is his man now, but when 24-year-old Leon Spinks attacked, both idol and the heavyweight title came tumbling down

By Pat Putnam

NCAA

THE NCAA GOES ON THE DEFENSE

For years the NCAA, like the FBI, was immune from attack, but it now is facing a congressional investigation. A probing preview of the surprising charges and countercharges to be given an airing

By John Underwood

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH

By Ted O'Leary

North By East

NORTH FOR SURE BUT ALSO EAST

The Anchorage Northern Knights are getting along just fine in the Eastern Basketball Association. Strike you as odd? Check it out in your atlas

By John Papanek

Irish Hunt

THE BEATERS BEAT AND THE GUNS THEY BLAZE AWAY

A drive for woodcock at Ashford Castle, County Mayo, is child's play compared to a rough shoot

By Virginia Kraft

College Basketball

Reawakening the glory

In the 36th season of an illustrious career at DePaul, Ray Meyer has a record (22-2) and a big center (Dave Corzine) so good they recall the George Mikan era

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (Feb. 13-19)

By Bruce Newman

Golf

Let's ring out the old and ring in the new

Aging pros with lifetime exemptions only clutter up a course, or so claims the PGA, which wants to sweep out the over-the-hill champs to make room for the rabbits

By Walter Bingham

Motor Sports

Rough trip in a battered luxury liner

Luckless Bobby Allison piloted a T-bird through a storm of mishaps at Daytona to end three years of missing the boat

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 13-19

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

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Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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