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Booktalk

Some fancy New York hustle and some plain truths about Maine's outdoors

By John F. Murphy

Whipping Boy

Pittsburgh's Patient Whipping Boy

The boos of the crowds forever ring in the ears of the Steelers' tackle, Charlie Bradshaw (above)

By Myron Cope

$1,000,000 Fumble

THE $1,000,000 FUMBLE

Drenched and desperate, Green Bay retreated before an inspired Colt drive. Then Johnny Unitas lost the football and suddenly the Packers were in line for the richest payoff in pro history. Now all they have to do is wait for the Cowboys—or someone—to win the race in the East

By Tex Maule

WHEN TWO WERE TWICE AS GOOD

Contending with Palmer and Nicklaus on an individual basis is difficult enough; when they teamed up with $275,000 at stake not even a pair of low shooters from high rollers' heaven had a chance

By Alfred Wright

Biggest Bruin

THE BIGGEST BRUIN HAD FRIENDS

Lew Alcindor was devastating, intimidating and more. But he was not the whole show, as Duke found out when it swarmed around the giant sophomore and all but ignored his very good UCLA teammates

By Joe Jares

Sportsman

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR

Sport In The Emerging Nations

AFRICA

Senegal

Ghana

Kenya

Redcoat

A Very Welcome Redcoat

John Velzian, the personable British coach of the Kenya national track team, has used diligence, ingenuity and ability to turn the country's untrained athletes into runners whose performances are startling the world

By Martin Kane

Sporting Look

TIGER PUTS HER KHANGA IN A TANK

A brightly patterned African-print fabric called Khanga cloth is the sportswear hit of the season. A way-out designer called Tiger Morse has vinylized it and turned it into the wildest boat gear ever to put out to sea

By Jule Campbell

Silver Anniversary

NEVER TO BE THE SAME

An era ended and a startling new one began not long after the end of the 1941 football season, in which the 26 members of the 1966 Silver Anniversary All-America team played their last college games

By Robert Cantwell

Bridge

MR. GOREN'S CHRISTMAS QUIZ

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

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