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Booktalk

COLOR PHOTOS REPLACE PAINTINGS IN THE AUDUBON SOCIETY'S BIRD GUIDE

By Julie Lamb

Nicklaus

OFF IN A WORLD OF HIS OWN

Aroused by the challenge of Tom Watson, Jack Nicklaus has outdone even himself in his last four tournaments, finishing second, first, second and now first again at Sawgrass

By Dan Jenkins

WHERRRRE'S JOHNNY?

By Walter Bingham

Fearsome Foursome

THEY'RE A FEARSOME FOURSOME

The NCAA regional champs, Kentucky, Arkansas, Notre Dame and Duke, are all so powerful that any one of them could finish up not singing the St. Louis Blues

By Larry Keith

CLOSE, BUT NO GLASS SLIPPER

By Joe Jares

FINALLY IN THE FINALS

By Kent Hannon

DUKE PUT UP ITS DUKES

By Bruce Newman

All Us Children

A TIME FOR ALL US CHILDREN

A spring training idyll in which a father takes his son to meet that perplexing figure, his idol

By Frank Deford

Red Rum

ENGLAND IS HIGH ON RED RUM

A legendary 13-year-old steeplechaser who has won the Grand National three times is the betting favorite again this year

By Clive Gammon

Soccer Preview

KEEP THE BALL ROLLING

Pelè is gone, but Peter Frampton and six new teams are on hand as the NASL season opens on a key word: momentum

By J. D. Reed

SCOUTING REPORTS

College Basketball

When brrr turned to grrr

Cheyney State leaves 'em cold at home, but the Wolves were hot in Springfield

By Douglas S. Looney

Tennis

It came down to the comeback kids

Evonne Goolagong, who has been back longer, came farther, beating Chris Evert, who reached the finals in Boston although she hadn't played in four months

By Sarah Pileggi

Boxing

'They got Leon all messed up'

Everybody wants control of his brother, says Michael, and the champ is a wreck

By Pat Putnam

Wrestling

Iowa had to sweat it out

The Hawkeyes won the NCAA title over Iowa State the hard way: they didn't have an individual champion and some of their wrestlers struggled to make weight

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

Golden horse of the West

In his first major test of the 3-year-old season, Affirmed ran a puzzling race, but as philosophical Laz Barrera said, "Today we just lace up the gloves and spar"

By William Leggett

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 13-19

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 H. Boyle

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