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Swarm

SWARM TO DAYLIGHT

There is a run on rushing, and the pass is now passé in the NFL. Most of the best teams are featuring a stampede attack, and almost every club has at least one runner capable of big yardage

By Tex Maule

THEY'RE REPLAYING THE SIXTH MAN THEME

Boston has always been renowned for its supersubs. First there was Frank Ramsey. Then came John Havlicek, now a superstar. Today there is Paul Silas, who has the Celts off to a super start

By Peter Carry

Baja

MEET AT THE BORDER AND BOUNCE DOWN TO BAJA

Beyond Mexicali—down the California peninsula—lay mile after mile of ferocious desert and rock-strewn road. Many started out, but it was Rufus Parnelli who won the kiss and the cup

By Robert F. Jones

Yo Yo Yo

Yo yo yo, rowa uh rowa, hru hru

It's mountain music that the dogs sing to coon hunters when the quarry—that tough kid wearing the mask and the fur coat—is treed. And though it may be dawn when the hunt ends, time remains for a little socializing and a lot of dog talk

By Roy Blount

Ruin

IT COULD BE THE RUIN OF THEM

...or so a holy man said: If the Colosseum falls, Rome will also. Well, the old stadium is crumbling, and somebody better do something

By Mark Kram

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Try to catch a bolt of lightning

Sure, Nebraska is awesome, brutal, all those things, but what has really shattered opponents for three years is the brilliance of Johnny Rodgers, whose punt returns and pass receptions can mean instant defeat

By Dan Jenkins

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Harness Racing

A native Dancer foils the French and other powers

Some scoffed when Stanley Dancer sat down to drive 3-year-old Super Bowl against older champs like Une de Mai—for two minutes

By Pat Putnam

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 31-Nov. 6

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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