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Yankees

NO BOMBS BUT LOTS OF BULLETS

They had little in common with overpowering Yankee teams of the past except the name, but there they were whipping their chief rivals on the road, soaring in the pennant race and forging a new image based on defense and timely hits

By Ron Reid

GILLIE WAS A STEELER DRIVING MAN

Having deposed two senior quarterbacks, Joe Gilliam was at the controls for Pittsburgh on opening day. He justified that choice by blasting Baltimore

By Roy Blount, Jr.

Hall Of Fame

A HALL OF FAME GATE-CRASHER

Golf's own Cooperstown was dedicated in Pinehurst last week and 13 masters of the game were inducted, but in the tournament that followed, winner Johnny Miller indicated he, too, wants a pedestal

By Dan Jenkins

Nuggets

THERE'S GOLD IN THEM NUGGETS

The San Francisco 49ers were last in the West in 1973 but managed to field a winning all-girl team of white-booted ambassadors

By Stephanie Salter

College Football

Rare scare for the Bear

When Alabama's Bryant scheduled Maryland four years ago for his 1974 opener he wanted a marshmallow, not the 21-16 squeaker he got

By Ray Kennedy

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Baseball

Tiptoeing up on a record

Other events kept Lou Brock's 105th stolen base off the front page, which was fine with the master thief who likes to keep a low profile

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (Sept. 8-14)

By Herman Weiskopf

Boating

Grim climax to a thunderous run

By Dan Levin

Asian Games

Not all the gold glittered

China won a pile of medals at Tehran, but the performances showed that it is an international threat primarily in the sport of politics

By Pat Putnam

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 9-15

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

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