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Booktalk

An admirer of Alabama's Bear Bryant writes him an out-of-season valentine

By John Underwood

Yesterday

A Rooster with a Reason to Crow

By Steve Perkins

The Bears Unpack 'em

THE BEARS UNPACK 'EM

The running of a swift, sensational rookie, Gale Sayers, and a belligerent defense lifted Chicago to the upset of the year over unbeaten Green Bay, the other party in pro football's rowdiest bonebreaker of a feud

By Edwin Shrake

LOST BULLETS IN DISASTERVILLE

Baltimore's Bullets were supposed to shoot their way into title contention in the National Basketball Association this season, but two weeks of apathy and calamity forced the trade of their number one gunslinger

By Mark Kram

Barefoot in the Driver's Seat

Arkansas

THE MAN FOR THE NEXT FEW SEASONS

Pastoral and remote for so long, Arkansas has gained a new image, thanks to the brilliance of runners like Harry Jones (right) and an excitable coach named Frank Broyles, who has become THE MAN FOR THE NEXT FEW SEASONS

By Dan Jenkins

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

The one thing that can be confidently asserted in this most unnerving season is that college coaches no longer worry about three yards and a cloud of dust. Even a cloud of touchdowns does not guarantee safety. Witness the last lost weekend: Princeton ran up 45 points on Brown but gave up 27. Georgia had to score 26 in the last period to edge North Carolina 47-35, and Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse and Arkansas accumulated 181 points against respectable opposition. By contrast, Nebraska's 16-14 win over Missouri (below) seemed almost antediluvian, but in importance it ranked well above the rest

By Dan Jenkins

Falconry

The Hunters of the Sky

By Duncan Barnes

Dick Bailey

THE MAITRE D' OF SPORTS TV

Dick Bailey started with a telephone and an idea and parlayed them into a gigantic operation that televises 1,000 events a year, making him THE MAITRE D' OF SPORTS TV

By Gwilym S. Brown

People

PEOPLE

Pro Football

Two for the seesaw in the inscrutable East

First St. Louis was on the upswing, but then the offense became too careful and the Cards came tumbling down. Now Cleveland appears strongest, despite Sunday's loss, with New York emerging as a colorful upstart

By Tex Maule

Design For Sport

A shooting lodge high on a volcano

By Pamela Knight

Automobiles

Safety with exhilaration: the new Jensen

From Britain comes a revolutionary high-performance car with four-wheel drive and brakes that will not lock up on slippery surfaces

By John Lovesey

Horse Racing

The grass may not be greener

Roman Brother is now the best U.S. handicap horse, but he will find the going a good bit different on the turf in the International

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

A perfect partner makes a perfect play

By Charles Goren

Island Asylum

AN ISLAND ASYLUM FOR MAD FISHERMEN

Isolated from Portugal by eight miles of rough seas, the 400-year-old fortress (left), built to protect shipping from pirates, is now protecting anglers from the sanity of the mainland

By Jack Olsen

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

POINT OF FACT

A National Hockey League quiz to stir memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

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