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Feb. 15, 1971
Feb. 15, 1971

Table of Contents
Feb. 15, 1971

Yesterday/Stilt Race
Camille
Tomorrow's Generals
Bundini
Envoy
People
Horse Racing
Archery
Skiing
Mieuli
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

14 Camille Goes Under Again
USC thought that at last the script had changed but it was the same old story as UCLA slew the Trojans

This is an article from the Feb. 15, 1971 issue Original Layout

18 Skating for Gold on Thin Ice
American girls were surprise winners of two firsts and a third in the world speed-skating championships

20 Aloha for a Bright Young Blond
Tommy Shaw's hot putter in the Hawaiian Open gave him his second 1971 tour victory and stilled some critics

22 Tomorrow's Generals
Who'll replace the NFL's aging quarterbacks? An analysis of the youngsters most likely to succeed

32 Bundini: Svengali in Ali's Corner
He's the "float like a butterfly" man who psychs up Muhammad before fights and in the ring

38 Yacht With a Taste for Haste
"Envoy" brings a variety of Bahamian pleasures within range of a long winter weekend

62 Will Franklin Mieuli Spoil Success?
The NBA's most colorful owner led a charmed life until rivals took away his prize, Rick Barry

The departments

9 Scorecard
46 People
48 College Basketball
50 Horse Racing
52 Archery
58 Tennis
60 Skiing
75 For the Record
76 19th Hole

Credits on page 75

Cover photograph by Fred Kaplan

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