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No Names

NO LOSSES, NO TIES AND NO NAMES

All the glamorous people are on the offense, but it is the Dolphins' anonymous league-leading defense that stopped the Jets, clinched a playoff spot and kept Miami unbeaten

By Tex Maule

COULD HAVE BEEN, NOW MAY BE

Five years ago, with Nate Thurmond and Rick Barry, the Warriors appeared to be the team of the future. Now that they are back together again, Golden State might be the team of the present

By Peter Carry

THAT'S NOT THUNDER YOU HEAR, IT'S USC

As crosstown rival UCLA found out last week, anyone taking on the No. 1 Trojans had better be prepared for stormy weather

By Dan Jenkins

College Basketball 1972-73

A TIME TO BLESS THE BEASTS AND FRESHMEN

The season greets two new classes, sophomore and freshman. In a year of radical change, they could turn the old power structure inside out

By Curry Kirkpatrick

MEN FOR ALL AGES

SCOUTING REPORTS

BEST OF THE REST

WILDCATTING LUMBERJACKS

TRAILBLAZERS ON THE MOVE

Busy Bee

BUSY AS A BEE IN THE BUSINESS OF BASKETBALL

Bill Bertka, resting for just one moment while his wife Solveig plots new moves on a United States map, is a man in almost perpetual motion. He scouts the colleges and the pros when not relaxing in four other jobs

By Joe Jares

College Football

Chicago is a toddlin' team

Once a power in the Big Ten before it gave up the game in 1940, the Maroon is back, this time substituting blocks and tackles for laughs

By Herman Weiskopf

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Horse Racing

Thorns among the roses

The winner of the '72 Derby bouquet probably has lost the year's top honor, making his trainer prickly; he talks of bypassing the '73 race

By Whitney Tower

Boxing

Another promise broken?

Last June, Roberto Duran was dazzling as he demolished Ken Buchanan. Last week his loss to Esteban DeJesus revived an old boxing riddle

By Mark Kram

Hockey

The Golden Jet is earning his gold

Freed by the courts, Bobby Hull, the WHA's $3 million keystone, is drawing crowds on and off ice

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 14-20

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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