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One Night

THE ONE-NIGHT SEASON

Taking time out from the strike, K.C. beat the College All-Stars and for a while it seemed that pro football was through for 1970

By Joe Jares

I'M A FOOTBALL PLAYER, NOT A WORKER'

By Skip Myslenski

PLAIN WORDS AT WESTCHESTER

Dave Hill didn't win the $250,000 classic (Bruce Crampton did), but golf's constant critic, whose play has thrust him into the game's top rank, reiterated his views of sacred cows and cornfields

By Mark Mulvoy

Splashy Struggle

SPLASHY STRUGGLE FOR A TITLE

Foaming it up in a California pool, a gang of the country's top water polo players swam like porpoises—and fought like barracuda—to select a new national champion and a potential Olympic threat

By Arlie Schardt

Pirates

NO DISGRUNTLEMENTS ROUND HERE

Eyeing his slaphappy band of plucky Bucs across a generation gap, tobacco-chewing Danny Murtaugh agrees they deserve to have a style all their own. But please don't spit on the artificial turf

By Roy Blount Jr.

He Whistles

HE WHISTLES WHILE HE WORKS

The man in the middle is Tommy Bell, an NFL referee. A lawyer on weekdays, he polices a Sunday game with a crew of five, all of them yearning for utter anonymity

By William F. Reed

The Old Man

THE OLD MAN AND THE RIVER

At 81, Artist Thomas Hart Benton, one of the founders of the Midwest Regionalist School of painting, still carries on his long love affair with the roily Buffalo River in the Ozarks

By Robert F. Jones

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

A second, without any motion

It has been a good season for Wes Parker and the Dodgers, but the team is locked solidly into the runner-up spot. Wait till next year

By William Leggett

THE WEEK

By Peter Carry

Golf

Hollis and the swinging Stacy clan

At 16, she won most of the honors available in her favorite sport. Now if she could just get sister Laurie to clean their bedroom...

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Boxing

Chip off the old redwood

Soft-spoken and hard-hitting, California's Ray Lunny, the top U.S. Olympic hope, was taught to box by his father, the Stanford coach.

By Sandy Treadwell

Bridge

Hand of the man who invented contract

By Charles Goren

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

Edited by Robert Creamer

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