Voodoo
VOODOO MIGHT HELP
North Carolina, Purdue and Drake survived stirring quarterfinal rounds for the dubious privilege of trying to prevent an aroused Lew Alcindor and UCLA from winning their third straight NCAA title
FROM MOUNTAIN TO MOLEHILL
When baseball decided to lower the pitching mound to help the hitters, the change seemed minor, but there were signs last week that it may have a major effect on the pastime
AN EXHILARATING NIP OF LIQUORI
Although hobbled by a bad knee and blisters, Jim Ryun quenched his own doubts and helped win the NCAA indoor track meet for Kansas when he edged Villanova's Marty Liquori in the mile at Detroit
Brave Words
Spring Thing
People
Wrestling
The pancake man flattens 'em
When Dan Gable, a nearsighted 137-pound Iowa State junior, bounds on the mat, the crowds chant 'Kill!'—and Dan nearly always obliges
Swimming
Hockey
Surfing
'The real freaks don't go out in winter'
It's 13° and the beach at Rye, N.H. is mounded high with snow (above), but the surf is up and the winter surfers—a hardy and circumspect breed, which flourishes along the New England coast—are catching rides
Horse Shows
College Basketball
Confrontation
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments