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Pro Championships

KAPPING THE BROWNS

Whether they went by air or on the ground. Joe Kapp's Vikings met little resistance from Cleveland, whom they beat 27-7, Now, in the Super Bow, Minnesota must deal with the tough Kansas City defense

By Tex Maule

LAMONICA'S MOVEABLE FEAST: HE WAS THE MAIN DISH

By Robert F. Jones

BOBBY MINES THE MOTHER LODE

Richer than his most extravagant admirers believed' Boston's vein of Orr is producing a run at the scoring title that is astounding for a defenseman

By Mark Mulvoy

No Recession

RECESSION AHEAD? NO SIGN HERE

Though economists predict trouble in 1970, the view of one of sport's major activities—horse racing—remains bullish

By Whitney Tower

Still No. 1

TEXAS HANGS ON TO ITS NO. 1

Notre Dame came close—and Penn State was rooting for the upset—but after Cotton Speyrer made a heroic catch in the fading moments (below), Texas nailed down the national championship

By Dan Jenkins

Hawaii

HAWAII-GO BACK TO A NEW GRASS SHACK

By Bob Ottum

SAND, SURF AND NEW SWIMWEAR

By Jule Campbell

Part 3: Television And Sport

ADVENTURES OF SUPERSPY!

Or how the networks scheme, plot and concoct in the best espionage tradition as they try to do in their brothers at the bidding table and bring home to their viewers the sporting bacon

By William Johnson

College Basketball

Festival of hula and hoops

With Ah Chew Goo leading the fast break to fun, only the basketball suffers in Hawaii's sunny Rainbow Classic

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE WEEK

By Peter Carry

Skiing

A cold country club for the real cool crowd

As President Thomas I. Sheridan Jr. says: golfers do it, yachtsmen do it, and it was predictable that sooner or later there would be

By William Johnson

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 J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

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