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Up And Away!

UP, UP AND AWAY IN THE BIG TEN

The conference, down on its luck in the last few years, is coming back fast. Big, oh-so-quick, and well-coached, too, the leaders are challenging a deity that once seemed supreme—football

By Curry Kirkpatrick

OVERDUE ORRGY FOR THE BRUINS

Belatedly recovered from a third knee operation, hockey's most commanding player scores seven goals in eight games to lift bedraggled Boston into strong contention. Bobby tells how it is in Orrland

By Mark Mulvoy

BLACK AND GOLD SOUL WITH ITALIAN LEGS

Behind the running of Franco Harris, a multicultural rookie back, Pittsburgh takes over first place in the AFC Central Division

By Ron Reid

Opulentius

CITIUS, ALTIUS, OPULENTIUS

And richer these ex-Olympians—and others—certainly will be if former volleyball All-America and demon promoter Mike O'Hara succeeds in turning his dream of a pro-track circuit into reality

By Joe Jares

Movers

movers and snakers

the net-ripping, backboard-shaking, mind-blowing dr. j.

By Peter Garry

College Basketball

In his old Ky. home, far away

Adolph Rupp was gone (finally), but the Wildcats kept on winning

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Golf

Lanny was super, just as Lanny predicted

In his first full year on the tour, Lanny Wadkins backed his own cocky talk by winning one tournament and earning $116,616, a rookie record

By Sarah Pileggi

Rodeo

Here she is, Miss Rodeo America

By Alice Higgins

Pro Football

Chuck Ealey: champion and still winner

He led an undefeated team through high school and an undefeated team through college, but no NFL team would even give this black quarterback a chance. So he went to Canada and won a Grey Cup for Hamilton

By Joe Marshall

College Football

A.D. proves that 6 x 6 equals No. 1

By Roy Blount Jr.

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 28-Dec. 4

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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