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Booktalk

An enlarged version of an angling classic exemplifies the new sports policy at Crown

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday

Yer Out! And You! And You!

The fifth game of the 1920 Series ranks with the wildest ever, and not just because Wamby caught himself three Dodgers

By Jim Kaplan

Pride

PRIDE IN THE RED JERSEY

That is what Alabama had lost, along with 10 games in the past two seasons. But now that Bear Bryant has reverted to jaw-to-jaw football, the Crimson Tide is running wild once again

By Pat Putnam

Playoffs

THOSE SEVENTH-INNING BLUES

By Ron Fimrite

Steelers

NO PARALYSIS IS THE ANALYSIS

Steeler Coach Chuck Noll believes that thinking paralyzes the defense, that it should react instinctively. Pittsburgh reacted fast last weekend, turning back San Diego with three goal-line stands

By Tex Maule

Grim Reapers

GRIM REAPERS OF THE LAND'S BOUNTY

Hunters and anglers who do not heed fish and game codes—who snag trout with gang hooks and deerslay with jacklights—destroy the spirit as well as the substance of outdoor sport. A poet living in rural Michigan indicts these violators of nature

By Jim Harrison

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Holy Toledo! Chuck Ealey nearly lost one

The Toledo Rockets have the nation's longest winning streak, 27 games, and their quarterback has a personal one that is even longer, 57. But last week Ohio University came close to putting an end to both

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Motor Sports

Swift happening at the Glen

At trackside the U.S. Grand Prix resembled Woodstock; on the pavement it was a spectacular first victory for a young Frenchman

By Robert F. Jones

Horse Racing

Showing them a thing or two

American-bred horses romped home first and second in France's celebrated Arc de Triomphe, proving this year, at least, the U.S. is tops

By Whitney Tower

Baseball

It's hot-stove warm up time

By William Leggett

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 28-Oct. 4

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 W. Creamer

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