March 22, 1971
March 22, 1971

Table of Contents
March 22, 1971

NCAA Playoffs
Pro Football Strife
Title Wave
Poisoning Of The West: Part 3
Dr. Magoon
Track & Field
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


12 A Perennial Problem
With the NCAA field cut to 16, an old question remains: How do you stop UCLA?

This is an article from the March 22, 1971 issue Original Layout

18 Owners Can Be Tackled, Too
The NFL Players Association charges management with delay of game and unsportsmanlike conduct

22 In Greek It's Los Angeles
Two among many, a couple of baseball Hellenes agree that the Dodgers may be the team to watch this year

28 It's a Hoosier Title Wave
Indiana can't lose the NCAA swim meet; it might even beat an all-star team from the rest of the world

34 A Home on the Range for Everyone
There is room on our vast Western lands for both sheep and coyotes—if nature is allowed to take its course

52 Love at First Contusion
In which Eye Surgeon Robert Magoon meets ocean powerboat, endures painful baptism and conquers

74 Man Is Fair Game
A British regiment in Germany pursues a human quarry with horse and hound and makes weekly kills aboveground

The departments

9 Scorecard
57 People
58 College Basketball
62 Sporting Look
64 Track & Field
69 Pro Basketball
88 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Credits on page 88

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.


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