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Scrambled Derby
THE RACE THAT SCRAMBLED THE DERBY
In the first defeat of his career last week, Graustark (on the rail) loses by a nose to Abe's Hope in the slop at Keeneland. He came out of the race with an infected hoof, which muddled all calculations for Saturday's Kentucky Derby. Now Abe's Hope, the Illinois-bred here ridden by champion Willie Shoemaker, may be the big race favorite
Some Old Pros
SOME OLD PROS REFUSE TO DIE
...and, sparked by a fiery, versatile young pro, the Boston Celtics came back from their poorest season and near defeat in the early playoffs to beat Los Angeles and retain the world championship
People
Boating
The winning way to Nassau is Wynne's way
Splashing up bow waves like white butterflies, most of the entries in the annual Miami-Nassau powerboat race faced rough going off the Bahamas, but the slickest driver of all beat the elements by outsmarting them
Olympic Games
The bird watchers triumph
Selecting sites for 1972, the Olympic committee was as aloof as ever, but never underestimate the power of the last-minute politician
Boxing
Track
A storm of bright promises
Wind, rain and the natural reluctance of established stars to challenge each other marred a big weekend, but a few expectations were fulfilled
Bridge
Chickcharney
Journey to Chickcharney Country
Andros Island lies in the Bahama group, but it lives alone—untamed and untrampled by tourists. Teal teem in its uncharted bays, fish abound in the surrounding waters and boar roam its unexplored hills under the ever-watchful red eyes of local leprechauns
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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