Yesterday
Sonny
SONNY SNIFFS A DERBY
In his first start of the season Sonny Werblin's Silent Screen put on a plucky show at Hialeah as the 3-year-olds there and at Santa Anita launched the campaign that leads to Churchill Downs in May
SHOW BIZ IS OUT, BOXING IS IN
After a decade of alarums and excursions, Joe Frazier and Jimmy Ellis—shunning horseplay and hysteria—bring only their fighting talents to the task of deciding who is the 'official' heavyweight champion
A LITTLE MURDER SET TO MUSIC
Feminine and nicely elegant on the outside, cold steel on the inside, the finalists in the U.S. figure skating championships proved again there is more to those fluffy little girls than meets the approving eye
Easy On Tom
If You Want Tom, Easy Does It
To his mother Tom McMillen is a little boy, to college coaches he is very big, but everybody pursuing the most sought-after schoolboy since Alcindor agrees: approach him gingerly
My Struggle
MY STRUGGLE TO HELP THE PRESIDENT
What can the private citizen do to fight pollution? Well, he can complain, harass—ultimately sue—to get existing laws enforced by bureaucrats, and if he's lucky it will take only six years
People
College Basketball
The power of prayer and a few sharp elbows
Led by two dead-eye evangelists, Ohio University has raised plenty of 'oofs' and 'ughs' with its new blood and guts style of play, which has transformed the school into a national power
Skiing
Wrestling
This soufflé always falls
It's the favorite hold of little Terry Hall who, with his big coach, Vaughan Hitchcock, has made Cal Poly the best small-college team
Hockey Town
The Only Game in Town
Without hockey, the saying goes, the community of Dauphin, Manitoba would freeze to death in winter and nobody would notice until spring. Citizens young and old have the game in their very bones
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments