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December 2, 1968 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Matt Dillon won't smile as history is set straight for serious gun collectors

By Martin Kane

Yesterday/Mrs. Thorntop

A Jockey Named Mrs. Thornton

By Mary Evans

Roses

THE SUBJECT IS ROSES

Ohio State's Woody Hayes could sit back and sniff the flowers as his gang of teen-age fakers hid the ball from Michigan, won the Big Ten championship and headed for the No. 1 bouquet in Pasadena

By Dan Jenkins

DERBY DRUGGING CASE DRAGS ON

By Whitney Tower

Gloves Off

STICKS DOWN, GLOVES OFF, PLAY!

That was the atmosphere as the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers paused in their hot pursuit of league-leading Montreal to belabor one another while relighting the fires of their traditional grudge rivalry

By Mark Mulvoy

STILL ALIVE BECAUSE THEY'RE KICKING

The Rams beat the Giants on a last-ditch field goal, but should they face the Colts for the Coastal Division title they'll need more

By Tex Maule

College Basketball

CHALLENGE

THE TOP 20 TEAMS

The Best of the Rest

SMALL IS A WAY OF LIFE

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE PASSING FANCY

By Mervin Hyman

College Football

Unbeatens met, and what happened beats all

With tickets selling for $125 apiece, Harvard and Yale undefeated and the Ivy League in a dither, there seemed no way for the contest to match the buildup. Then Harvard sent in Frank Champi

By Pat Putnam

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Nature

Longer lives from a mass death

Dying salmon may help science in its study of man's longevity

By Pat Ryan

Golf

I hear that Arnie shot a 71.4

An old statistics nut examines the IBM figures for this year's pro tour and discovers that the game has changed since Tony Manero's day

By Robert Creamer

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 Gary Walk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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