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Booktalk

No resemblance to living individuals is intended in this study of athletes' books

By Frank Deford

Grinders

THEY'RE PLAYING THOSE GRINDERS AGAIN

With the end just a week away, all the games are tough as the Cubs and Mets do their best—sometimes their worst—to overtake the straining Pirates

By William Leggett

END OF A SEASON AT SYRACUSE

It's just the beginning, of course, but the university's inability to resolve its differences with black football players plus the shellacking it took from Houston last week make the future look hopeless

By Pat Putnam

Vikings-Chiefs

THE FUTURE MOVES INTO THE PAST

It may not have been instant obsolescence, but for one afternoon Minnesota showed that plain old-fashioned football could blunt Kansas City's newfangled attack

By Tex Maule

Royal Golf Nut

WHERE A GOLF NUT IS KING

Morocco's monarch plays with equipment that's personally inscribed, imports former Masters champion Claude Harmon as his personal pro and plays many of his rounds on a sporty course with a tee built atop a 1,200-year-old wall of the royal palace

By Dan Jenkins

Design For Sport

DOWNTOWN TAKES A TRIP TO THE SEASHORE

HE SHRINKS BIG BUILDINGS TO SIZE

By Pamela Knight

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Not such a bad scene at all

Kent State's self-proclaimed freaks attended the game against Ohio University to mock it but wound up cheering along with the squares

By Sandy Treadwell

Football's Week

THE WEEK

By William F. Reed

Weight Lifting

High-ho, high-ho, it's off to lift we go

And, ho boy! were they ever high at the world championships in Columbus last week. In one of the big drug scandals in sport, nine medalists were disqualified when it was learned they had taken amphetamines

By Herman Weiskopf

Johnny

RUN IT UP THE FLAGPOLE, JOHNNY

When Jean Drapeau, the mayor of Montreal, first unfurled some of his grandiose schemes the world snickered. But now with Expo, big-league baseball and the Olympics safely in hand His Honor is accepting salutes

By Frank Deford

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Roy Blount Jr.

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

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD