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Special Report

STATING 'IRON REALITIES'

If there was any doubt about President Carter's resolve to boycott the Olympics, it was dispelled at a White House meeting with athletes

By Kenny Moore

Old Times

SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES

In a stroll down memory lane, Trevino, Player and Nicklaus had at it in the TPC, with Super Mex the noteworthy winner

By Dan Jenkins

Tarzan Bragg

'I DON'T MAKE A GOOD PET'

So says Don Bragg, ex-Olympic champ, Tarzan manquè and a man who has great rapport with himself

By Douglas S. Looney

Fletcher

SITTING, WAITING AND HOPING

Glenn Fletcher has played football at four high schools, two J.C.s and two universities. He has no diplomas or degrees, but he has dreams aplenty

By Larry Keith

Soccer

A modified American plan

Americanization—three North Americans on the field instead of two—is the new buzzword in the NASL. It might add a little pizzazz to a league that could use some

By J. D. Reed

Tennis

New Avon lady came calling

This winter's top women's event was a ding-dong tournament for Tracy Austin

By Sarah Pileggi

Kareem

A Different Drummer

After years of moody introspection, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming out of his shell. But whether at home, as here, or on a basketball court or in a roller disco, he still steps to the music he hears

By John Papanek

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 17-23

Compiled by Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

A Big Hand for the Cards

Capping a whacky NCAA tournament, the Cardinals of Louisville came from behind to defeat UCLA and win their first national championship

By Curry Kirkpatrick

MONARCHS OF ALL THEY SURVEY: PART TWO

Meanwhile, north of Indy, Old Dominion extended its reign, defeating Tennessee to win the AIAW title for the second consecutive year

By Joe Jares

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