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November 17, 1969 Table Of Contents

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Power Game

POWER GAME IN THE CITY

To win a basketball game, you have to get the ball occasionally. Now that Jerry Lucas has joined the San Francisco front line, the team will get the ball on rebounds more than any other in the NBA, as Lucas and Nate Thurmond demonstrated last week against Cincinnati. That advantage is inspiring hopes of a title

By Alfred Wright

MISSOURI WALTZES TO VICTORY

After spotting Oklahoma an early lead, the Tigers came storming back to win 44-10, take a firm grip on the Big Eight Conference lead and solidify their ranking among the nation's top teams

By Roy Blount Jr.

THE TRADES BECALM SKINNY JACK

Nicklaus beat the wind on his record-breaking first round in the Hawaiian Open, but Bruce Crampton blew in from nowhere

By Mark Mulvoy

Big Four

BIG FOUR HEAD FOR THE SUMMIT

With the NFL season more than half over, the four divisional leaders—Rams, Vikings, Cowboys and Browns—may be too far in front to be overtaken and are sizing each other up for next month's playoffs

By Tex Maule

Don Aronow

MASTER OF THOSE MAD RACERS

Don Aronow hurts a little, but as the world's top ocean powerboat driver and builder he is never bored

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Italy

ITALY: Our Country Is a Castle

ITALY: SPLASH OF COLOR IN A SPARKLING SKI SETTING

By Jule Campbell

Italy: Sites to See, Places to Play

By Felicia Lee

College Football

Arkansas gets set for its one-game season

To the undefeated Razorbacks, the Baylors, Rices and Tulsas of September, October and November are merely tune-ups for their December showdown against second-ranked Texas

By Dan Jenkins

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By William F. Reed

People

PEOPLE

Hunting

Plight of the people bird

Pheasants like civilization, but Dakota farms are so well pruned the birds have no hiding place

By Virginia Kraft

Hockey

Philly takes a flyer on a rookie with heart

Crowds are rising as spectacular young Bobby Clarke, a diabetic, inspirits the Flyers in a close West race behind the ruling Blues

By Gary Ronberg

Bridge

Lean on your defense

By Charles Goren

Games

'Dice ball keeps the mind fit'

Tabletop games, particularly football, are all the rage, and no one plays tougher ball than a bunch of comic-strip characters in Chicago

By Sandy Treadwell

Pitchmen

HOT PITCHMEN IN THE SELLING GAME

Tom Seaver cries for his Maypo, Joe Namath cuts it for 10 grand and Schick, and athletes everywhere take an all-American step into the rewarding world of advertising endorsements

By Frank Deford

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

FACES IN THE CROWD