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January 11, 1971 Table Of Contents

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One-Day Season

THE ONE-DAY SEASON

It began with a convulsion in Dallas as Notre Dame whipped No. 1 Texas, scorched on to Pasadena and Stanford's stunner over No. 2 Ohio State and climaxed in Miami, where No. 3 Nebraska became top dog

By Dan Jenkins

Cowboys

WITNESSES FOR THE DEFENSE

With a pair of exceedingly physical wins the Cowboys and Colts rode hard into the Super Bowl, where Dallas' horde of demon defenders will try to stop a well-aged—but hardly mellow—John Unitas

By Tex Maule

Colts

TO KILL A MEMORY THAT STILL HURTS

By Robert F. Jones

IT WAS A BRIEF TIME-OUT

All those Boston Celtic haters had fun for a while, but the party is over

By Peter Carry

Gamesman

WORLD'S GREATEST GAMESMAN

You name the event—table tennis, coin pitching, backward running or a whole decathlon of trivial skills—and Eddie Kantar will take you on. He is probably the

By Walter Bingham

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

A long jump to the baskets

By Don Delliquanti

THE WEEK

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Hockey

It takes two to win the cup

A pair of good goalies instead of one makes the difference between this season's durable Rangers and the collapsible variety of the recent past

By Mark Mulvoy

Golf

What every well-bred rookie should know

The qualifying school of the PGA's Tournament Players Division serves up heaping portions of conventional wisdom to 60 young men who would gladly settle for nothing but a wallet-size piece of paper

By Bil Gilbert

Nature

...and a partridge in a palm tree

A report from Cocoa, Fla. on the annual Audubon bird count

By Pat Ryan

Children

GAMES CHILDREN PLAY

More than 70 youthful pastimes of the 16th century can he found in this rollicking masterpiece by Pieter Bruegel. An art historian and sometime sportsman now offers us a detailed look at several of the games and tells how they provide rare insights into the manners of another era and hold up a mirror to our own.

By Alexander Eliot

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 Martin Kane

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