March 24, 1975
March 24, 1975

Table of Contents
March 24, 1975

World Cup
Great Hope
College Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


22 They Kept Himin Stitches
Chuck Wepner took 120 sutures in his mush after his 1971 fight with SonnyListon, but Muhammad Ali says he will not be aiming for the head when he goesinto the ring. Nevertheless, it the butterfly floats, and the bee buzzes, whatis the likely result? About 220 pounds of ground Chuck
by Mark Kram

This is an article from the March 24, 1975 issue

14 Two on a SnowySeesaw
After a sizzling duel at Sun Valley the World Cup standings were dead even
by William Johnson

18 Jaunty Strideinto History
On a festive day free of tension, Frank Robinson manages big league game No.1
by Ron Fimrite

20 Who'll Handlethe Hoosiers?
Indiana looked untouchable in its NCAA opener, but the Wildcats have longclaws
by Curry Kirkpatrick

28 Where None HadGone Before
A cruel sea journey completed, Sir Ernest Shackleton crosses a tracklessicescape
by F. A. Worsley

48 Outsider inthe Mainstream
Miami's David Wilkie swims to world records while yearning for another world
by Morton Sharnik

72 Mirror of MyMood
The red dog was a companion of old but his walk is shaky now, his life almostspent
by Bil Gilbert


9 Scorecard
42 Hockey
54 TV/Radio
56 Wrestling
59 Boating
64 College Basketball
68 Golf
83 For the Record
85 19th Hole

Credits on page83

Cover photographby Neil Leifer

Next Week

A fearsome foursome will be all that remains in theNCAA basketball tournament when the regionals are completed. Barry McDermottreports on the uproar and upsets coast to coast, and analyzes thesurvivors.

STILL SLAMMING—and conning—Sam Snead is a fiercecompetitor whether hustling cronies for $5 a side or battling Nicklaus andTrevino for the PGA championship. John Underwood visits the 62-year-oldmarvel.