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Revival, Revenge

REVIVAL AND REVENGE

Atoning for 1969, Rex Kern and a galvanized Ohio State mauled Michigan; the offense was unleashed and the defense held fast

By Dan Jenkins

ONE ROUND OF BOXING WAS MORE THAN ENOUGH

Annoyed by Foster's reference to him as "dumb," the champion spent nearly three minutes trying to show how clever he was. Then, in 49 seconds, he destroyed his man

By Pat Putnam

THE STARS EARN THEIR STRIPES

Playing for superpatriot Bill Daniels in a red, white and blue arena, with the ABA's multicolored ball and flags decorating their uniforms, the Utah pros have become the best team in the league

By Peter Carry

Levias

TOO SMALL TO BE OVERLOOKED

Jerry Levias, the Oilers' star wide receiver, has been overcoming one prejudice or another ever since he was a 116-pound defensive back

By Morton Sharnik

Basketball

SHINY, RICH LOOK FOR THE OLD GYM

UCLA: SIMPLE, AWESOMELY SIMPLE

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE TOP 20 TEAMS

By Joe Jares

FIVE ON THE MOVE AND THE BEST OF THE REST

ORAL ROBERTS: SMALL BUT OH, MY!

By Robert H. Boyle

A TALL STORY FROM THE LAND OF BOONE

By William F. Reed

College Football

Notre Dame goes kicking into the Cotton

Kicking one lonely field goal, that is, to edge the inspired Tigers of Louisiana State, remain undefeated and advance to Dallas in the hope of a rematch with the conquerors of last year, the Texas Longhorns

By Skip Myslenski

Football's Week

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Design For Sport

Mere alcohol doesn't thrill them at all

But they do get a kick out of collecting special ceramic bottles of booze. More than 10,000 Americans are into this big craze—swapping, selling and meeting to discuss their hobby. Over coffee, of course

By Pamela Knight

Conservation

A modern Johnny Appleseed

To repay his debt to the land, a wealthy ex-governor of New Mexico makes things grow, including swamps, game—and a very special tree

By Virginia Kraft

Hockey

A punch line gets the last laugh

By Mark Mulvoy

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

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Creamer

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