Burning Busch
A BIRD IN HAND AND A BURNING BUSCH
Even with Richie Allen aboard, the owner of the new, new Cardinals, peeved by player demands and a Supreme Court challenge, is hardly Little Gussie Sunshine—as poor Steve Carlton has learned
NCAA
EVEN END TO AN EVENTFUL YEAR
It will be close when the four best college teams in the country meet in Maryland for the national title. But UCLA, always toughest when the games mean most, should win again
The Merchandise
THE MERCHANDISE IS HORSES
To Wendell Rosso, buying a thoroughbred is like buying a carload of bananas for his supermarkets, because "there is a chance to make a profit." So now he's waiting for his $405,000 Sea-Bird filly to make Dollar No. 1
Danny's Turf
CLANCY'S GYM IS DANNY'S TURF
Sparring partners like Danny Andrews are paid only for working with name fighters, and even then the pay is peanuts. Danny is good at his profession. He does not hit hard, so you can't get hurt, but he makes you think
People
Cockfighting
College Basketball
Skiing
Golf
Gary's Garrison: bogeymen and bodyguards
The South African made a controversial effort to counteract the protest over his country's racial policies. But at Pensacola last week he discovered there's nothing like an armed guard to help keep your head down
Track & Field
Aces
A HANDFUL OF ACES
Top-class bridge players are fiery individualists, each sure he is the game's best. Now millionaire Ira Corn (far right) has persuaded a group of prodigies to sublimate their egos to a team effort. In consequence, his Dallas Aces are favored to bring the U.S. its first world title after more than a decade of embarrassment
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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