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Booktalk

Namath's book is out, and there isn't much the matter with 'A Matter of Style'

By Jonathan Yardley

Yesterday

When Red Grange Won a Tie

Back in 1924 the Galloping Ghost led Illinois in its romp over Nebraska, Michigan and Iowa. Then they played Chicago

By Larry Keith

The Works

HE'S SHOOTING THE WORKS

Pistol Pete Maravich is swishing them in from near and far to lead his league in scoring. With the help of Sweet Lou Hudson, he is keeping the Atlanta Hawks aloft

By Peter Carry

AFTER 18 DRY WELLS, A LITTLE GUSHER

The Oilers had not won since Oct. 1, 1972, but they failed to reckon with the Colts, who turned out to be even more inept

By Joe Marshall

WHICH IS IT, HAWKS OR DOVES?

Chicago is looking to Coach Billy Reay to pull another of his rebuilding coups, but the Black Hawks are in a slump, suggesting they could be knocked over by the NHL's expansion West. Reay just glares

By Mark Mulvoy

Selmons

OKLAHOMANS CALL IT SELMONIZING

As members of the Sooner defense, brothers Lucious, Dewey and LeRoy Selmon polish off their rivals' running game

By John Underwood

Belfast

THE SHATTERED FACE OF BELFAST SPORT

It is four years since The Trouble in Northern Ireland flared anew, brutally devastating and debilitating the land. Against a background of increasing violence, major sports events became hazardous. International soccer matches, which once drew 45,000 people, now were scheduled abroad, or if a rival did agree to play in Belfast, as Canada did last month, only a few thousand spectators came to watch. The terror touched even minor sport. Bankmore Star, a modest soccer team, was one of hundreds that played on weekends in Belfast parks. But then an assassin struck, and players and the team died

By Robert Cantwell

The Bay

BY THE CELLBLOCKS AND THE BAY

In sight of San Quentin and San Francisco, below the hurtling commuter traffic, lie striped bass of record size offering sport to satisfy any fisherman

By Russell Chatham

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Well played, Harvard, summa cum laude

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK

By Larry F. Keith

Horse Show

Top apple on the Crabtree

Dana Lyon took the prize for junior saddle-seat riders in New York last week, proving the best of Coach Helen Crabtree's always excellent bunch

By Robert H. Boyle

Baseball

Yankee go home—in 1976

By Ray Kennedy

Bridge

Deal the Aces in again

By Charles Goren

Retirement

You can'T PuT ouT THe Fire

Even with time aplenty and money to spare, retirement is often disconcerting. For some, frantic involvement—in sports or in the community—offers solace

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 29-Nov. 4

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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