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Shopwalk

How to smell good like an athlete should, or, Estée Lauder wants you

By Frank Deford

Yesterday

Have Barrel, Will Travel

By Annemarie Berg

Ramming

RAMMING TO THE TOP

No ifs, ands or butts about it, the rambunctious Los Angeles Rams are the surprise of the NFL. Behind the nifty passing of John Hadl and a stout defense, they beat the Houston Oilers to remain undefeated

By Tex Maule

Playoffs

LAST TANGO TO PENNANTVILLE

REDS AND METS IN A ROLE-REVERSAL DRAMA

By Ron Fimrite

The Glen

THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF DEATH

That was the philosophy of Fran√ßois Cevert—and after he was gone the world champion had much to ponder

By Robert F. Jones

Choo Choo

A LONG LOCOMOTIVE FOR CHOO CHOO

It has been nearly 25 years since Charlie Justice played his last game at tailback for North Carolina. He was a folk hero at the time—and he still is

By Ron Fimrite

Pro Basketball

CHANGING THE GUARDS

And the forwards. And the centers. As the NBA and ABA start play, teams like the Knicks will be taking their last bows. Waiting anxiously in the wings are such youthful aspirants as the Nets

By Peter Carry

A Golden Opportunity if the Suns Foil to Shine

Milwaukee Has New Gusto and Detroit Is in Gear

Atlanta Is Burning Hot, but the Bullets Are All Shot

Boston Is Full of Beans—and New York Is Cooking

While Minding the Qs, Watch the Rockets Ascend

Nothing Could Be Finer Than to Root for Carolina

Big Things

TINY DOES VERY BIG THINGS

Although he's barely six feet small, Nate (Tiny) Archibald survived an upbringing in a ghetto to become the first to lead the NBA in scoring and assists in a single season.

By Barry McDermott

People

PEOPLE

College Football

No breaking this Parr

Colgate's Tom Parr, an unlikely looking quarterback, makes an inviting target, but every time he gets hit he bounces up to set another record

By Pat Putnam

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Golf

Owned by, designed by, hosted by and won by

Jack Nicklaus, architect, built a course on Ohio property owned by Jack Nicklaus, real estate tycoon, and last week staged a tournament there won by—oh, why bother

By Dan Jenkins

Horse Racing

Bubbly win for Rheingold

By Whitney Tower

Rule 12

RULE 12, ARTICLE B, SECT. 1 (A)

'The Highest Accolade Is Silence'

So said Dolly Stark, a basketball official from a different era, and although the best pro refs now make $50,000 a year and lunch with bankers, nothing gratifies them more than the hush of the crowd

By Peter Carry

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 1-7

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

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