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Booktalk

A history of the gas bags: forerunners of today's air travel and explorations

By Janet Graham

Yesterday/Opening Bell

Opening Bell for the Scribe

A boy of 15 who was already a professional boxing columnist found it hard to settle down to lessons in school books

By Bill Rintoul

Watch Out, Ali!

YOU WATCH OUT, ALI!

Cassius Clay is the champion and will be the favorite when he meets Cleveland Williams for the heavyweight title Monday, but the Big Cat, in superb condition, is powerful, and his knockout record is awesome

By Martin Kane

Answer To An S O S

A BULLDOG ANSWER TO AN S O S

Steven Orr Spurrier, college football's best passer, had rescued Florida time and again, but Saturday he was no match for ferocious Georgia, which found the way to squelch his winning throws

By John Underwood

Western War

THE VIKINGS HEAT UP THE WAR

The biggest surprise on a day of upsets came when Fran Tarkenton and his Minnesota raiders plundered the Packers. As expected, the Colts routed Washington, to bring Baltimore within half a game of Green Bay in the blazing West

By Pete Axthelm

One More Boom

ONE MORE BOOM OR BUST FOR THE BOOMER

For 14 years, before he quit as a player, Bernie Geoffrion was one of those who helped make the Canadiens the top team in hockey. Now he's back, hoping to give his best for the worst

By Pete Axthelm

AMERICA'S BEST SKI RUNS

By Bob Ottum

College Football

On a clear day, San Diego State saw forever

The hot winds died, the fogs disappeared and the Aztecs of San Diego combined blazing speed with Don Horn's accurate passes to swamp North Dakota State and become the country's No. 1 small-college team

By Tom C. Brody

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Horse Shows

A blue ribbon for looks, too

Riding brilliantly at New York's National, determined Kathy Kusner easily won the international jumping title. She is entitled to wear

By Alice Higgins

Bridge

A good game for gamblers

By Charles Goren

Golf

Young pros with careers at stake

Even the coholder of a U.S. Open record, Rives McBee, never knew pressure like this

By Gwilym S. Brown

Dogmeat

The Dogmeat Was Hard to Swallow

Being both a topical essay describing the adventures of two neighborhood-type bridge pigeons who find themselves among a field of wolfish Life Masters in the richest tournament ever held and an illuminating commentary on the vanity of man

By Jack Olsen

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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