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Shopwalk

Now fishermen can talk not only of a catch but also of how they stuffed it

By Jeannette Bruce

Tevis Cup

The Cup at the End of the Mountain Trail

The horses and their improbable riders gathered at Tahoe City, Calif. for the yearly Tevis Cup race across the winding paths and hazardous streams of the Sierra to Auburn, 100 miles away

By Alice Higgins

Booktalk

For collectors: a facsimile reprint of an 18th-century masterpiece on horses

By Maboth Moseley

Supermen Of Troy

SUPERMEN OF TROY

They all came out to see sophomore Bill Bradley light up the Texas sky, but Super Bill couldn't overcome a fierce Southern California team that suited up quite a few superlatives of its own

By Dan Jenkins

Pennant Race

THE DODGERS SCENT A PENNANT

Pittsburgh came into Los Angeles for a key series, lost two big games to Dodger speed, luck and pitching and left Chavez Ravine looking like a loser. The Pirates had 14 games to go, but hope was running out

By Jack Mann

SAN FRANCISCO: 'THIS RACE IS NOT OVER YET BY A LONG SHOT'

By William Leggett

The Booing Stopped

WHEN THE BOOING STOPPED

The Cowboys' Don Meredith had grown used to jeers from the skeptical Dallas fans, but this sour music turned sweet as Meredith's brilliant passing destroyed the Giants and started Dallas toward a title

By Tex Maule

The High Rollers

THE HIGH ROLLERS OF RUIDOSO

Miles from nowhere, out in Billy the Kid country, quarter horses compete (right) for the richest purse in the world, and you can still get a match race there for $100,000

By Pat Ryan

College Football

The night they learned to forget the coach

For four years Louisiana State's Charley McClendon had tried to live down the memory of Paul Dietzel. He finally succeeded last Saturday, but not before Carolina's Dietzel launched a last-gasp psychological blitz

By Gary Ronberg

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Golf

They are almost too tired to walk to the bank

With a fortune to share among themselves, the plutocrats of the professional tour are finding that golf is quite an exhausting game

By Mark Mulvoy

Bridge

A trick for the wizard

By Charles Goren

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD