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December 20, 1971 | Volume 35, Issue 25

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Lee Trevino Cover - Sports Illustrated December 20, 1971

December 20, 1971
BASKETBALL—NBA: Pacific leader Los Angeles extended its winning streak to a league record 21 with a 104-95 victory over Atlanta, one more victory than Milwaukee's 1970-71 mark. The Lakers ripped...

December 20, 1971
Debbie Fike (left), 14, finished first in all-round competition, and her teammate CINDY EASTWOOD, 13, placed second as their KIPS gymnastics team of Lakewood, Calif. beat 10 teams from Mexico and...

December 20, 1971
5—Ernest Hemingway14—Walter Iooss Jr.15, 16—John Iacono17—James Drake18—John Iacono (2), Walter Iooss Jr.19—Walter Iooss Jr.20—Sheedy & Long35—Walter Iooss Jr.38, 39—Topix (2), Walter Iooss...

December 20, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

December 20, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Gary Hulst, Montana State basketball coach, after his team was walloped 89-57 by Missouri, which had three players weighing more than 200 pounds: "No wonder Missouri was 1-10 in football. They've...

December 20, 1971
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December 20, 1971
PAPER COWBOYSSirs:Thumbs up to Mark Mulvoy (On Paper, Dallas Is the Best, Dec. 6) for realizing that this is the year of the Cowboys. They have yet to lose in Texas Stadium and they have not lost...

December 20, 1971 | Tex Maule

December 20, 1971 | William F. Reed
Led by Dwight (Bo Pete) Lamar, Southwestern Louisiana went big time in a big way and humbled Long Beach State

December 20, 1971 | Dan Jenkins

December 20, 1971 | Curry Kirkpatrick

December 20, 1971 | Ray Cave
When Ernest Hemingway died in 1961 several unpublished manuscripts of consequence were left in his estate. These included two novels, a few short stories and one extraordinary work of nonfiction,...

December 20, 1971 | Ernest Hemingway

December 20, 1971 | Ernest Hemingway
The climax of the hunt, in which the great black-maned lion makes a mistake, thus testing the nerves, reflexes, sensibilities and souls of his pursuers.

December 20, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
It is reflection time, also drink-a-toast time, and we feel we should share with you the fact that this has been a fine year for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. Never have our advertisers found us more...

December 20, 1971 | Harold Peterson

December 20, 1971
Bidding in part-score situations is one of the most difficult areas to master in bridge. Even the experts disagree on procedural tactics. The proper action often depends upon the caliber of the...

December 20, 1971
Avery Brundage would certainly disapprove, but a group of counterculture folk, headed by poet Allen Ginsberg and French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, are putting together their own version of the...

December 20, 1971 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

December 20, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
He used to race for play as an official U.S. team amateur, but now ex-Olympian Sabich races for fun and profit as a bright new star on the professional circuit. And what is more, he's winning all...

December 20, 1971
There is a dual relationship between the competitor and the spectator that brings our games and tests of skill into roaring, pulsing life. Neither party is a passive one, and through their joint...

December 20, 1971 | Dick Gordon
Since Bill Garnaas beat Michigan with one in '42, dropkicks have become the game's most endangered species