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Shopwalk

Lures, lines and philosophy are the stock-in-trade at Jim Deren's Angler's Roost

By Dan Levin

Booktalk

A handsomely pictorial equine history is better for looking than for reading

By Alice Higgins

Hot Hand

KC HAD THE HOT HAND

Despite Joe Namath's insulated mittens, the Jets were cold, and the Chiefs, with razzle by tiny Warren McVea and dazzle by Len Dawson and Otis Taylor, his favorite receiver, won 34-16

By Robert F. Jones

THE BROOKLYN DELICATESSEN CAPER

Getting rich on the races—a dream to so many—inspired the Fulton Street mob that stole $1.3 million in Aqueduct receipts

By Edwin Shrake

Ohio State

OHIO STATE: ALONE AT THE TOP

There may be some frivolous claims for Texas or Penn State, but anyone who saw the Buckeyes dismember Mike Phipps and Purdue last week knows that if you're looking for No. 1, Columbus is it

By Dan Jenkins

America's Cup

$2 MILLION BERTH TO NEWPORT

In fierce secrecy and at enormous cost, French pen lord Marcel Bich is pushing a formidable challenge for the America's Cup. A famous U.S. yachtsman, employing 007 techniques, penetrates the veil

By Carleton Mitchell

Sweety Cakes

SWEETY CAKES RUNS THE SONICS

The nickname is a bit misleading and so is his mild personality, because quiet Lenny Wilkens is very much in command in Seattle

By Frank Deford

College Football

Answer to a foolish question

All week Tennessee fans taunted Ole Miss with cries of 'Who's Archie?' On Saturday Archie Manning showed them

By Pat Putnam

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By William F. Reed

People

PEOPLE

Horse Racing

The winners are—Forum who? Karabas what?

By Whitney Tower

Skiing

How to succeed at racing without really racing

Actor Robert Redford, poised in a starting gate at left, shows it like it is in his new skiing movie shot authentically from inside the sport

By Dan Jenkins

Cycling

What makes Audrey pedal? Tiga muk

By Dan Levin

Kerlan

DOC KERLAN: Rx FOR ATHLETES

He nurtured Sandy Koufax's arthritic elbow through a couple of extra seasons, repaired Wilt Chamberlain's torn knee and made it possible for Bill Shoemaker to get back in the saddle again. His own disabling illness defies all his medical skills, a fact that singularly fails to quash his spirit

By Alfred Wright

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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