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Split

A CALIFORNIA SPLIT FOR OPENERS

Against a slightly zany backdrop cluttered with Frisbees, fistfights, lawsuits and at least one goddess, the World Series got under way, each team squeezing out a victory

By Ron Fimrite

Ohio State

OHIO STATE MAY BE NO. 1...

The Buckeyes destroyed Wisconsin 52-7 to reinforce the argument that they are the best team in the country

By Joe Jares

Michigan

BUT DON'T TELL MICHIGAN

The Wolverines countered with a 21-7 triumph over Michigan State and refuse to settle for No. 2

By Tex Maule

Hockey 1974-75

OFF THE LINE AND INTO THE CHIPS

Expensive, and not always gifted, talent stretches exceeding thin as seasons of re-expansion and realignment begin in the two major leagues

NHL

By Mark Mulvoy

WHA

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

The Eagle

THE EAGLE AND HIS FAT FLOCK

Sinking the fastest beak in the North into the NHL's pelt, player czar Alan Eagleson has elevated his clients from semiserfdom to an enviable affluence

By Coles Phinizy

TV/Radio

STOP THE GAME, I WANT TO GO ON

By William Leggett

College Football

Head coach, prewar model

Adolf Hitler, Amelia Earhart and Joe Louis were making news when Alex Yunevich took over at Alfred University in 1937. He is still there

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Joe Marshall

Golf

Golden goad for the Great Gundy

A task that now seems unrealistic inspired JoAnne Carner's '74 tour

By Sarah Pileggi

Pro Football

A team with real cheek

The Cardinals' 31-28 win over Dallas kept their unbeaten record intact and enhanced the startling notion that they are genuine contenders

By Ron Reid

Bodybuilding

Trying to muscle in

Practice makes the perfect man—he's still Arnold Schwarzenegger

By Barry McDermott

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 7-13

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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