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Best Ever

THE BEST TEAM—EVER

The Milwaukee Bucks are headed for their second straight NBA title. SI's expert argues that they will soon become the finest basketball team ever, perhaps the top pro team in any sport at any time

By Peter Carry

Sea Of Troubles

BURIED UNDER A SEA OF TROUBLES

This is not an Academy Award year for West Coast football—USC has been beaten four times, UCLA seven—but even worse is its unhappy relationship with the governors of the college sport

By Ron Fimrite

Mod Sod

NEW SLANT ON THE MOD SOD

On AstroTurf, the wetter the slipperier. On Poly-Turf, the drier the slipperier. On Tartan Turf, don't throw cigarette butts. But the burning question is injuries

By John Underwood

Go East, Young Olympian

WINTER GAMES IN A FARAWAY WORLD

PRE-OLYMPIC SWING THROUGH THE SOY SAUCE AND COCA-COLA SIGNS

By William Johnson

THE HARD, COLD FACTS OF WINTER GAMES

By Bob Ottum

College Football

At C.W. on L.I. the QB is O.K. says Y.A.

Translated, at Charles William Post College on Long Island, Quarterback Gary Wichard is 'oll korrect,' meaning he can really throw a football, according to Yelberton Abraham Tittle, an old pro who knows

By William F. Reed

THE WEEK

By Gwilym S. Brown

Hockey

Montreal serves one up, extra Dryden

In a shoot-out between cup rivals, the Canadiens cooled off Chicago

By Mark Mulvoy

Pro Football

Call it catch-as-catch-can

Otis Taylor of the Kansas City Chiefs (89) has no peer at receiving a football—left-handed, right-handed or with his hands behind his back

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 2-Nov. 8

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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