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Bad Birds

FLYING START FOR THE BIG BAD BIRDS

It was the Series everybody wanted between baseball's two best teams, but the Orioles took something away from the script when they hit a little harder and pitched a little better to get away winging

By William Leggett

THE WOO OF TEXAS IS UPON YOU

Oklahoma was victim No. 24 as Steve Worster & Co. stretched the longest win streak

By Dan Jenkins

DAYS OF STILLNESS AT WICHITA STATE

The crash of a chartered airplane carrying a college team was tragedy enough, but the grief has been intensified by a maze of evidence that indicates the accident should never have happened

By William Johnson

Hockey's New Season

IT'S GOTTA BE ORR—OR ELSE

A long look forward through the rosters of the NHL and a short look backward by a winning—and now disillusioned—coach make NHL hockey in 1970 seem like a one-man game

By Mark Mulvoy

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Upside down and over with the Coast crazies

On a madcap day out West the Jim Plunkett Indians declined to lose to favored Southern California, and the UCLA Bruins failed to defeat underdog Oregon. That means Stanford should go to the Rose Bowl—maybe

By Art Rosenbaum

THE WEEK

By William F. Reed

Harness Racing

Little Joe on the big Red Mile

Joe O'Brien went to the Lexington Trots with a handful of his own horses and set the Grand Circuit on its ear with his catch drives

By William F. Reed

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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