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October 13, 1969 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Get your names, numbers, BAs, RBIs, BBs, ERAs, etc. of all the players

By Robert Creamer

Shopwalk

An urbane residence in central London is actually a shop for mountaineers

By Conor P. O'Brien

Frail Gray Man

The Frail Gray Man with the Strong Pool Cue

He is 55 years old, his build is slight, his taste in clothes is that of the conservative businessman he is—but Irving Crane happens also to be one of the greatest pool players of all time

By Kim Chapin

The SEC

THE SEC CATCHES ON

Like the rest of the country, the Southeastern Conference has learned that defense is gone with the wind and that if you want to win you've got to have a passer and some boys who can catch and run

By Pat Putnam

New Deal

A NEW DEAL FOR AN OLD SPORT

Oops!

YOUTH WILL HAVE ITS...OOPS!

Although only a year old, the Cincinnati Bengals were undefeated. Then they lost their quarterback, the ball, the ball game and their youthful dreams, as San Diego taught them to respect their elders

By Tex Maule

HOCKEY '69: THE ROUGH GET ROUGHER

Influenced by the pugnacious style that carried Boston so far against the champion Montreal Canadiens last season, the other NHL teams have toughened up for a campaign of heavy hitting

By Gary Ronberg

NHL East

NHL EAST

NHL West

NHL WEST

College Football

A small school, but you can learn to hate it

Everyone in Crete, Neb. loves Doane College, mind you, but it's those other people Doane keeps beating year after year after year who wish Sitting Bull could be given one last chance

By Skip Myslenski

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By William F. Reed

People

PEOPLE

Horse Racing

He took the biscuits for Seamus McGrath

At better than 50 to 1 an Irish colt named Levmoss and a jockey who thought he had no chance won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Europe's richest race over the toughest uphill, down-dale course in the world

By Whitney Tower

Motor Sports

Yankee bread for an Austrian

Lotus Driver Jochen Rindt (above) won his first Grand Prix—and the world's richest road-racing purse—over a fast field in New York

By Robert F. Jones

Golf

Pennies in a golden age

Lee Trevino missed a boodle at the Alcan. There was no boodle at the World Cup in Singapore, but there was more than money to be won

By Lee Griggs

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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