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Shopwalk

A picnic hamper stenciled F&M is the world's most delectable status symbol

By Joan Hobson

Yesterday/Bo

I'd Rather Be Bo McMillin than Governor

That's what the governor of Kentucky himself said when 'effulgent' Bo and the Prayin' Colonels of Centre College got back to the bluegrass after beating the proudest school in the North

By Billy Reed

The Undefeated

SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT

The East has an unpredictable young coach and his squad of opportunists, the Midwest has a surprising old master who has suddenly and grandly risen from conservatism, and college football has two undefeated teams that are...

By William Johnson

THE IDEA IS TO HAVE SOME FUN-AND WHO NEEDS TO BE No. 1

By Dan Jenkins

OAKLAND RAIDS THE FULL HOUSE

Baffled by an unusual Kansas City formation the first time they met, the Raiders had no problems in the rematch. They crushed the Chiefs to throw the Western Division of the AFL into a virtual three-way tie

By Edwin Shrake

Sweet Life of an Olympic Doll

Creepy Crew

A CREEPY CREW STALKS FLORIDA BY NIGHT

A poisonous South American toad and a walking Siamese catfish are loose on the peninsula, along with many other exotic species which threaten native game, kill dogs and scare people

By Martin Kane

College Football

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Pro Basketball

He rocks the boat with the old college try

Dick Motta, new coach of the struggling Chicago Bulls, may be fresh cut of Utah's Weber State College, but he is no innocent. He has so much gall, in fact, that he has already put down some of the best big-time put-down artists

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Bridge

It's a question of questions

By Charles Goren

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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