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Tilting

TILTING TO THE WEST

As the two leagues approached the playoffs, the Coast teams were likely favorites to appear in a series of, by and for California

By Ron Fimrite

Two Anthonys

TWO ANTHONYS STAGE A RUN-IN

For connoisseurs of the hipper-dipper, the zigzag and the shoulder feint, Mr. Davis of USC outdistanced Mr. Dorsett of Pitt 149 yards to 59, but much of the credit for the Trojans' 16-7 win belonged to his cohorts

By Joe Jares

IT'S :OO, ARA, TIME TO SAY GOODBY

By Ray Kennedy

New Zealand

HEAVEN DOWN UNDER

Planted way back in the mid-1800s, brown and rainbow trout have flourished to the point where New Zealand's waters now form a sort of celestial fish farm

By Robert F. Jones

College Football

Darrell has an upsetting experience, too

The Texas coach joined an illustrious and growing group as he watched his Longhorns get soundly thrashed by Texas Tech. Week by week the mighty have stumbled, fallen flat or collapsed, often by astonishing scores

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

Box Lacrosse

Only fans were a myth

The Griffins were real high-flying cats as Rochester soared past Philly to the title. Their next aerial act may be a flight to Pittsburgh

By Ron Reid

Golf

Age was no bar to his par

On Dale Morey's first time out with the amateur senior swingers, he won the U.S. title at Hilton Head

By Barry McDermott

Pro Football

The World was in a mess

The World Football League was, at any rate, as franchises shifted, teams missed paydays and attendance drifted from poor to pitiful

By Joe Marshall

Swimming

Some win, some survive

A few were showing their competitive stuff and a lot more were just showing off, but everyone who finished the offshore course got a medal

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 23-29

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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