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Booktalk

Still think playing pro ball is fun? Peter Gent's first novel will fix that

By Jonathan Yardley

Double Jeopardy

DOUBLE JEOPARDY FOR THE BRUINS

Boston came through a mini-Stanley Cup week with a tenuous hold on first place—and the icy realization that it is basically a two-man team

By Mark Mulvoy

AND THEN HE STRUCK IT RICH ON NO. 19

Atlanta Coach Norm Van Brocklin placed his bets on 7 (Pat Sullivan) and 11 (Dick Shiner) before getting lucky with Bob Lee

By Tex Maule

BLUES IN THE NIGHT FOR THE COUGARS

All Southern Illinois ever wanted to do was to beat #¼" & $ St. Louis U., and all it did, as always, was lose to the #¼" & $'S

By Gwilym S. Brown

High Jump

HIGH-JUMPING TO A CONCLUSION

He shot his Sky-Cycle into the air and it fell to earth there—down in the Snake River instead of on the other side of the canyon. Well, so much for test runs; next time daredevil Evel Knievel will be aboard

By Dan Levin

No Ordinary Joe

NOT SUCH AN ORDINARY JOE

He has college football's best coaching record, once turned his back on $1 million and always speaks his mind—but Penn State's Joe Paterno does not consider himself at all unusual

By William Johnson

Getaway

The Great Overland Getaway

Escape lies out there in the land of no lift tickets, in peaceful expanses where one skis across the country instead of down it. From the Far West all along the snow belt to the serene meadows of Stowe, Vt. (below) more and more folks are rediscovering the good old ways of the good old days

People

PEOPLE

College Football

Two wolves, eight sheep

As Ohio State and Michigan prepare to settle another conference, and perhaps national, title, it is clear the Big Ten is still a misnomer

By Pat Putnam

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Pro Basketball

You might say he arrived in the Rick of time

The Portland Trail Blazers couldn't find their way out of the loss column until Rick Roberson, a center with sinusitis, showed them the way

By Peter Carry

Horse Racing

Auntie Mame takes it in a cakewalk

Her real name is Dahlia, she is just a little French, but she is a lot of horse with regal credentials. The first filly ever to win the Washington D.C. International, she held back on a slow pace, and then she went vroom

By William Leggett

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 5-11

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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