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Yesterday
The Masters
JACK FELL DOWN AND LOST HIS CROWN
When Nicklaus shot an unregal 77 to open the gates to the working class, that familiar runner-up, Tommy Aaron, shrugged off his bridesmaid costume and stepped into the green jacket of a Masters champion
ADD ONE-ON-ONE TO ALL FOR ONE
New York defeated Baltimore four games to one in the NBA playoffs by blending solo bursts with a typical team effort
WAR FOR THE INSCRUTABLE EAST
Surprise followed shock as New York opened Stanley Cup hostilities with defending champion Boston. The "demoralized" Rangers routed the Bruins in Boston and heard sweet music at home
Vapors And Vice
Sailplanes
Nudists
FOR EACH A PLACE IN THE SUN
Nudists disport themselves in many fashions, from bareback riding to Alpine skiing to free-form volleyball. And sometimes, in a naked reverse, they watch fully clothed games
Skiing
Goodby, Broadway, hello, Schranz
Skiing's show-business circuit closed with the star too tired to face the rigors of another season. And when the act opens next year, the incomparable Karli just might take over center stage from Jean-Claude Killy
Lacrosse
Hot Roddy in the nets
Virginia's Cavaliers, last year's national champions, could win again, mostly because of the spectacular reflexes of their sophomore goalie
Motor Sports
Gymnastics
Conservation
La Caze
TRUFFLES AND FLOURISHES ON THE TARN
Abulage with the excellent food from the Ch√¢teau de la Caze and angling advice from everyone, the visitor flailed away at the famed French trout stream to no avail. But that was before M. Bugarel appeared bearing his minnows
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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