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May 10, 1971
May 10, 1971

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May 10, 1971

Yesterday
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  • This splendid redundancy was all that past performance charts had to say about the last three races of Venezuela's Canonero II, who made America's classic contenders look like Percherons as he rounded a jampacked field to score a stunning upset in the Kentucky Derby

Choosy Doozy
Only One Hand
Superjack
Baseball
Hockey
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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18 Missing Data Unavailable
A redundant comment in the past performance charts said a lot about Canonero II's stunning Kentucky Derby victory

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22 Choosy About the Doozy
Champagne and money flowed at a Pennsylvania old-car auction, but the register didn't always ring

26 Look, Ma—Only One Hand
Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson made it seem easy as the Milwaukee Bucks breezed to the NBA title

32 No Bird, No Plane, Just Superjack
Jack Kelly, the AAU's new president, is determined to leap tall traditions at a single bound

44 Only the Game Has Changed
Certainly baseball's coaches have not. They chew tobacco and steal signs just the way they always did

50 Often Bloody, but Uncowed
The hatchet of golf's Establishment keeps falling on Dave Hill, who called an Open course a dairy pasture

68 Of Arms and the Men We Sing
...perhaps not in the epic cadences of Virgil, but we celebrate two sporting festivals of Americana

The departments

13 Scorecard
58 Baseball
60 Hockey
62 Bridge
65 Pro Football
89 For the Record
90 19th Hole

Credits on page 89

Cover photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier

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