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Yesterday

The Glamorous Galloping Gaels of St. Mary's

Slip Madigan was as much a showman as football coach, and he brought fame to an obscure college by staging a great act with a colorful and competent team—until the money ran out

By Frank Graham Jr.

Aura Of Destiny

AN AURA OF DESTINY

This is their year, the Colts have been telling themselves. The way fortune shone on them Sunday in Baltimore when they overcame a rough Green Bay defense in the final desperate minutes, it may well be

By Tex Maule

FAST START FOR BEN'S HAWKS

One of the last of the owners who scuffled through pro basketball's bitter years, Ben Kerner has another winner for St. Louis this season, a team minus a star attraction—unless it's the boss himself

By Frank Deford

BAD START FOR BLACK HAWKS

Last spring's mighty hockey champions have tumbled to the league cellar and, despite a week's reprieve among the expansion teams, are in deeper trouble than injuries and ill-conditioned holdouts indicate

By Pete Axthelm

Punt, John

PUNT, JOHN, PUNT!

That is the cry at Indiana where a kicker who would rather run and a hip Hoosier team that somehow manages to be both ridiculous and sublime has won seven straight games to astound the Big Ten

By Dan Jenkins

Roger Rouse

THE RIGHT MAN IN THE RIGHT PLACE—AT LAST

Roger Rouse, from a hopefully named town in Montana, has been the first-ranked light heavyweight for two frustrating years. Next week in Las Vegas he finally gets to meet Champion Dick Tiger for the title

By Gilbert Rogin

French Skiing

FRANCE, A GO-GO PLACE FOR THE GAMES

SKIING IN THE KALEIDOSCOPE

By Fred R. Smith

College Football

Oklahoma sticks it right to their mustache

That is Middle Guard Granville Liggins' colorful description of what he and his Sooner teammates did to Colorado, winning 23-0 and looking more than ever like one of Bud Wilkinson's famed teams of the '50s

By Gary Ronberg

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Pro Football

A big raid that really paid off

Oakland got Daryle Lamonica from the Bills, the offense got going, and Raider fans had even more to cheer than the 'Eleven Angry Men'

By Edwin Shrake

Golf

Numbers game for the tour

The only important statistic is still the score, but a computerized look at some major tournaments produces revealing results

By Alfred Wright

Grenoble

A SHOOK-UP TOWN'S GREAT SHAPE-UP

'We survived all the wars only to be destroyed by the Olympics,' says the citizen in the street in Grenoble. But, spurred to action by last winter's debacle and a wrathful voice from the top, the Olympic city has moved mountains and men to get ready for the Games

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

SCORECARD

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