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Shopwalk

Promise her anything—but give her a couple of shares of the Milwaukee Bucks

By Lawrence A. Armour

Yesterday

A Frenchman Nearly Stopped the Germans

It was the war all over again in 1952 when the Germans came back to Le Mans after nearly 20 years, driving their big powerful cars and plotting another humiliating French defeat

By David Lampe

Olympics

VOTING TO SNUFF THE TORCH

Conscious of costs and ecology, Coloradans elected to send the Winter Games out into the cold

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Showplaces

The New Snowplaces Are Showplaces

Striking It Rich at Snowbird

By William Johnson

People

PEOPLE

Design For Sport

Out of the sheath and into the showcase

There is an extraordinary boom in custom-made hunting knives—largely created by buyers who will never bloody a blade. Although serious hunters are well served, most of the new beauties go to collectors

By Pamela Knight

College Football

Always leave 'em laughing

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

Boxing

The middleweight title was just out of his reach

Philadelphia's tough little Bennie Briscoe captured Argentine hearts but could not catch Carlos Monzon

By Edwin Shrake

Pro Football

Getting old or just fashionably late?

First favored this season, then all but written off as too long in the tooth, the veteran Vikings hung on like a common cold Sunday to beat Detroit, and now they are back in the thick of the Central Division race

By Ron Reid

Pro Tour

O'ER THE LAND OF THE FEE

For the touring pros, most of whom are foreign, the U.S. is a tennis El Dorado, making it easier to accept other things about their adopted country

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 7-13

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

IT'S ALABAMA IN A RUNAWAY

When last seen, Terry Davis and his Crimson Tide were rolling on, while bits of LSU were strewn over the field

By Roy Blount Jr.

YOU CAN'T BUFFALO THE SABRES

At least for the time being. Just another expansion patsy until this year, Buffalo's icemen have hacked their way high in the standings with a fiery young line, a cool old defenseman and a rejuvenated goalie

By Mark Mulvoy

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