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Grown-Up Giants

THE GIANTS GROW UP

New York was more like a team of pygmies before scrambling Fran Tarkenton and, of all things, a rapidly jelling defense put it in the thick of its division race and—crazy!—maybe something more

By Mark Mulvoy

A STEP TO AN OLYMPIC BOYCOTT

A group of Negroes meeting in Los Angeles overwhelmingly decided to pass up the Olympic Games. But only a few potential Olympians were on hand, and no one is sure how effective the strike will be

By Johnathan Rodgers

BLUE POWER WINS A BOWL GAME

Yale came up with somebody to shout about as Quarterback Brian Dowling (above) climaxed a heady season by beating rambunctious Harvard with a long, long last-chance pass that was The Play of The Game

By Dan Jenkins

College Basketball

Welcome to Year Two in the Reign of King Lew

The Man Who Said 'Control the Ball'

By Tom C. Brody

AAWU

West Coast AC

Western AC

Big Eight

Southwest

Missouri Valley

Big Ten

Mid-American

Ohio Valley

Southern

Atlantic Coast

Ivy

Yankee

Big Sky

Independents

College Baketball

SEC

12-foot Basket

The Case for the 12-foot Basket

Raised baskets in Tennessee test game made rebounding tougher for 7' Tom Boerwinkle, here battling 6'5" Forward Roger Peltz for ball.

By Mervin Hyman

College Football

A grand street fight in Disappointment Alley

There was nothing at stake but pride when two slightly tarnished giants, Miami and Notre Dame, squared off in Florida, but that proved incentive enough to produce a thunderous battle and a thrilling Irish win

By John Underwood

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Motor Sports

Big week for the beat-up best

The cars lacked professional polish and so did a barefoot driver. But the SCCA championships at Daytona were a fine, all-round success

By Barbara Lafontaine

Boating

Too fast for the three fastest

A trio of records on land, sea and air failed to intimidate the speedy outboard racers on Lake Havasu

By Kim Chapin

Bridge

Detectives give a hand in a chase

With some help from private eyes, Barry Crane closes in on a title

By Charles Goren

Go To The Races

GO TO THE RACES

Riding night and day at small tracks in Maryland and West Virginia (left and below), Jesse Davidson became the national champion, but he still dreams of the time when he will really GO TO THE RACES

By William Johnson

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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