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Footloose

Paria Canyon is just the spot for one who follows the straight and very narrow

By Dolly Connelly

Yesterday/Boar Hunt

But You Never Were a Boar

The ferocious wild pigs of Izmir didn't stand a chance in the face of American firepower and Turkish know-how

By Richard M. Watt

Shopwalk

Today, neither rain nor sleet can stay the golfer from playing his appointed rounds

By Don Anderson

Whoosh

WHOOSH AND A ZONK

Paul Warfield sped away with three Bob Griese touchdown passes, Larry Csonka bruised the Steeler middle with his runs and the Miami Dolphins rose from the Orange Bowl carpet to take a game shot full of meaning

By Tex Maule

MINNIES WHO ARE NO MOOCHERS

Two goalies on the skids with other teams have been paying their way so handsomely in Minnesota that the North Stars have risen to unusual heights—Chicago's altitude—after years of just scuffling

By Mark Mulvoy

YOU CAN'T BLAME A GIRL FOR TRYING

The filly Numbered Account was eyeing more than just a divisional championship—she was after Horse of the Year honors, too—when she took on the colts in the rich Garden State Stakes

By Whitney Tower

Game Of Decade

THIS YEAR'S GAME OF THE DECADE

Nebraska and Oklahoma, the top-ranked teams in the nation, meet next week in the kind of epic battle that turns up in college football with delightful frequency

By Dan Jenkins

Banks And Bogs

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION FOR THE BANKS AND THE BOGS

No fancy stirrup cups hinder those seeking inspiration to ride with the West Waterford

By Rudolph S. Rauch III

Momentum

TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN...

In response to the President's staunch leadership, we must all roll up our sleeves, tighten our belts, suck in our guts and help defend the sanctity of our American sports clichés

By Frank Deford

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Underneath that 7 is an S

Auburn Quarterback Pat Sullivan, whose four touchdown passes beat Georgia, can do everything but leap tall buildings in a single bound

By Pat Putnam

THE WEEK

By William F. Reed

Pro Basketball

Fortunes of a new tough cookie

Rookie Elmore Smith is paying off for the Nabisco tycoon who is building a sweet team at Buffalo

By Peter Carry

Badminton

What kind of racket is this?

Swatting shuttlecocks may not be the toughest of sporting pastimes, but it was superb conditioning that carried two Texans to their titles

By Dan Levin

Skiing

Outdoor makeup, you say? Well, tan my hide!

Ex-paratrooper Jess Bell mixed up a special batch of stuff for fresh-air fiends, and next thing the competition knew, he was the cosmetics king of the ski world. Now even schussboomer Billy Kidd smears it on

By Anita Verschoth

Golf

For Jack, that beat goes on

Still white-hot, Big Jack Nicklaus seared a strong World Cup field

By Dan Jenkins

Horse Show

Blues for an Orange redhead

By Alice Higgins

New York

The Rediscovery of New York City

The journal of a voyage of discovery should start with the first day and go straight through to the last. For several reasons—the unseemly wrath of God and my own incompetence being excuse enough—this wandering account of an 80-mile canoe trip over the old, worn waters of New York City begins before dawn on the third day

By Coles Phinizy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 9-15

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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