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September 27, 1971 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Adco, the ultimate sports nostalgia trip, can be all yours for a mere $100,000

By Joe Jares

Knockout

JUST WHO IS KNOCKING OUT WHOM?

The Giants and Dodgers, battling each other and themselves, thrash out a surprise pennant race that brings to mind their brawls of old

By William Leggett

IT'S ALL QUIET ON THE OTHER FRONT

By Ron Fimrite

A CHEERLEADER COULD RUN THE TEAM

The question about Notre Dame was who would play quarterback. The answer, as Northwestern discovered, is who cares

By Dan Jenkins

Tigers

NO ONE'S HOLDING THESE TIGERS

Paul Brown's Cincinnati Bengals roared off in defense of their division title, beating the Philadelphia Eagles 37-14 as Virgil Carter, the quarterback nobody wanted, threw three touchdown passes

By Tex Maule

Quack, Quack

WITH A QUACK, QUACK HERE

Don O'Brien is a fanatic about wildfowl. But if his prize-winning collection of decoys seems out of this world, you should observe some of his hunting habits

By Robert H. Boyle

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Two scoring machines collide with a plink

Arizona State led the nation in total offense last year and Houston averaged 30 points a game, so naturally when they met, with the scoreboard braced for the worst, the result was a comparative defensive classic

By Pat Putnam

THE WEEK

By Joe Jares

Tennis

Closing up the longest Open

By Larry Keith

Boxing

The Scot was a cut or two above the challenger

Ken Buchanan held on to his world lightweight title by a razor's edge—and by some late flurries against fast-retreating Ismael Laguna

By Mark Kram

Horse Racing

Is it crooked or straight?

The legs of yearlings go every which way at Keeneland's poor man's sale, but smart buyers have found the last two Derby winners there

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Golf

Meet me in St. Louis—but at your own risk

The Ryder Cup results were pretty much as usual. The British sent a fresh young team against our pros, and Author James Thurber's words applied: 'Youth will be served—frequently stuffed with chestnuts'

By Gwilym S. Brown

Villella

Encounter with an Athlete

It was an odd place—the ballet—one the author had always found discomforting, but Edward Villella displayed an astounding quality of movement that sport could not equal

By Mark Kram

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the weak Sept. 14-20

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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