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November 6, 1972 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Here comes a ton of tennis books, some of them to be welcomed with open arms

By Frank Deford

Yesterday

The High (and Long) Flying Brothers Key

Round and round they flew, and when Al and Fred finally came to earth they had broken all existing endurance records and caused more cricks than a spring thundershower

By Charles Gillespie

Good Humor Men

THE GOOD HUMOR MEN

George Allen gives his Redskins ice cream and whatever else their hearts desire, but it is easy to be happy if you just give Larry Brown the ball

By Roy Blount

BLUE BLAZERS IN PHILADELPHIA

A woeful season's start for Derek Sanderson & Co., rich but unready, illuminates the fitness of things

By Mark Mulvoy

SOS FROM A SEASIDE SLAUGHTER

With Long Island and Hatteras the battlegrounds, a war between anglers and haul seiners is fought each season as striped bass migrate along the Atlantic coast. Now, peace may be in the offing

By Robert H. Boyle

Qs And As

THE Qs HAVE QUITE A FEW OF THE As

The Conquistadors are owned by an orthodontist who has braced himself to overcome the disaffection of San Diego's fans

By Peter Carry

Secret Land

JOURNEY INTO A SECRET LAND

Any tourist can go racing at the Moscow Hippodrome. It can be a pleasant afternoon with small crowds, 17 races on a program and all the cognac and caviar one could want. What takes more doing is getting to the grass roots of Russia's thoroughbred industry—visiting the country's studs. Sports Illustrated's horse racing editor is the only American journalist who has been invited to tour the breeding farms in the foothills of the Caucasus from which the Soviets hope a runner of international stature may someday emerge. The following is a diary of the trip.

By Whitney Tower

Unburied Loot

LOOKING FOR UNBURIED LOOT

The treasure isn't really all that terrific—it's the joy of the hunt that brings all those pilots buzzing around the Bahamas on an annual madcap air and see search

By Robert F. Jones

People

PEOPLE

College Football

One more for the grinder

There is nothing fancy about Michigan football, as Minnesota found out last week, just an iron-curtain defense and run, run, run

By William Johnson

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Horse Racing

In the foreseeable future

...in her very next start, in fact, La Prevoyante can equal a mark that has stood for 65 years

By Pat Putnam

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 24-30

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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