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Yesterday/Fun Stakes

Fatal End to the Fun Stakes

The betting was only nominal at the Bennetts' card table that night, but the host had to pay up with his life

By J. A. Maxtone Graham

Wrong American

THE WRONG AMERICAN

Damascus was supposed to win the International at Laurel but he couldn't get past a horse who almost was not invited to race

By Whitney Tower

JUST TOO SOPHISTICATED TO WIN

The San Francisco 49ers began this season, as they have so many others, with high hopes. As usual, they have been unruffled by defeat, and Sunday's loss to Washington may have sealed their doom

By Tex Maule

A VERY GOOD START FOR EGYPT

And a very good finish for the U.S. as the dreams of Cherif and Mohamed vanish before the certainties of record-breaking Arnold and Jack in the World Cup matches at Mexico City's Club de Golf

By Alfred Wright

The All-Blacks

THE DAY THE ALL-BLACKS ATTAINED THE ZENITH

"We shall stand as children of the sun," the New Zealand national Rugby team song said, and stand the All-Blacks did, but in rain and gloom as they beat Wales before a boisterous crowd

By Gwilym S. Brown

USC Versus UCLA

THE GREAT ONE CONFRONTS O.J.

A national championship, a bowl bid, a conference title, a Heisman Trophy and the sanity of a city are all part of the stakes as archenemies USC and UCLA prepare for their backyard showdown

By Dan Jenkins

College Football

Some Kool Kyoties get kicked down by a foot

North Carolina State loses its unbeaten status, its high national ranking and the sheen on its fine season as Penn State scores quickly and then holds on and on and on in an unexpected display of defense

By Pete Axthelm

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

North Kaibab

A HUNT IN THE NORTH KAIBAB

Autumn is the hunter's time on the plateau north of the Grand Canyon. The tourists have all gone home, but deer still linger in the high land as if to savor the last leaves of summer

By Virginia Kraft

People

PEOPLE

Hockey

Old Andy still has the noggin and the shot

The most dangerous scorer in hockey's expansion division is Pittsburgh's Andy Bathgate, a 35-year-old retread with disobedient legs but a clear, shrewd head and a high-velocity slap shot that intimidates the enemy's goalies

By Mark Mulvoy

Horse Show

High times at the National

A suspended rider who fought back made as much news at the Garden as the horses who set new records in a lively and exciting show

By Alice Higgins

Chess

The further adventures of terrible-tempered Bobby

Bobby Fischer played like a champion at the international tournament in Tunisia, but he ended by forfeiting his way out of the competition

By Tanya Matthews

Sabol

C. B. DeMille of the Pros

Ed Sabol has what any football nut would consider the perfect job: filming games and picking the most exciting for weekly TV highlights

By Tom C. Brody

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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