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Shopwalk

For the discerning Christmas shopper, neckties are out and camels are in

By Jeannette Bruce

Yesterday

The Greatly Exaggerated Death of Mr. Howe

There lay Gordie on the ice in a pool of blood. An unfortunate accident? So thought impartial observers, but to the frustrated Red Wings it looked like a case of plain premeditated murder

By Stan Fischler

Booktalk

A magnificent new volume recalls the grandeur of four centuries under sail

By R. S. Hewlett

All The Way

All the Way with O.J.

The game of the year, and very likely the national championship, went to USC when its peerless but sore-footed runner finally outshone UCLA's matchless quarterback and his aching ribs

By Dan Jenkins

A TASTE OF THAT NOT-SO-OLD COLLEGE SPIRIT

By John Underwood

SHOOTING FOR THREE

While the new pro league battles for acceptance, one of its features—the three-point basket—stimulates a controversy

By Frank Deford

Tiger's Sermon

TIGER HAMMERS HOME A SERMON

Things are too easy in America, said the light-heavyweight champion from Nigeria. To prove his point he drove into soft-punching Roger Rouse with a straightforward fury that belied his advancing years

By Gilbert Rogin

Peach Fuzz

PEACH FUZZ WITH A DIFFERENCE

Nothing about young Jim Hart of the Cardinals is exactly as it is supposed to be. Maybe that is why the rookie has ripened into a pro quarterback several years ahead of schedule

By Mark Mulvoy

International Incident

AN INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT IN CORK

Franco-Hibernian relations teetered when M. André and his hunting party arrived at O'Keeffe's Hotel, but soon even Minahane and 'Mignonne' Mary seemed ready to sing the 'Marseillaise'

By Clive Gammon

College Football

The chant at Purdue is 'Give it to Leroy'

Not in years has the Big Ten seen an all-everything back like Leroy Keyes, the nation's leading scorer who is running, passing, kicking and even intercepting the Boilermakers toward their first title since 1952

By Tom C. Brody

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Golf

Miss Avis against Miss Hertz

Kathy Whitworth (above) became No. 1 when Mickey Wright retired temporarily. Next year the two girls will battle for the driver's seat

By Mark Mulvoy

Nature

A brand-new horror for harried husbands

The first harvest of sea-otter skins since 1911 will be marked by a January fur auction in Seattle. The price of the skins—higher by far than either mink or sable—will make stylish women drool and rich men poor

By Dolly Connelly

Horse Racing

Booking Bugged bets brings a Balding bonanza

By Whitney Tower

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

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