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October 28, 1974 Table Of Contents

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Art Talk

JIMINY CRICKET, DID YOU EVER HEAR OF A BAIT BOX MADE OF GREEN JADE?

By Roy Blount

Yesterday

Almost Never on Sunday

In the early days of pro baseball, playing—or even watching—a game on the Sabbath was as reprehensible as calling a woman's limb a leg

By George A. Gipe

Movietalk

WHAT ARE THE ODDS THAT YOU WILL LIKE THE GAMBLER? EVEN

By Frank Deford

Clowns' Crown

TRIPLE CROWN TO THE CLOWNS

Harlequins the gaudy A's may have seemed, but they pounced on Dodger errors and lit Series fireworks a third straight time

By Ron Fimrite

ANCIENT AGE AND HIS PAL WHISKEY

Sonny Jurgensen is back, replacing his friend and roommate and passing the Redskins to victory in the old, flamboyant style

By Dan Jenkins

A BELL RINGER FOR GOOLAGONG

The game occasionally becomes more of a walkabout than a waltz for Evonne, but long ago it was predicted that 1974 would be her year. Nobody guessed it would bring her the richest prize in women's tennis

By Joe Jares

Pro Basketball

Off on the Wrong Foot

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Dave Cowens eliminated themselves from the early going while elsewhere plenty of teams were ready, willing and healthy

By Pat Putnam

The Men and Their Moves

The Green Running Machine

By John Underwood

Scouting Reports

Pistons up but Not Down

By Pat Putnam

Where Buffalo Roams

By Pat Putnam

Biting on the Bullets

By Pat Putnam

Centers of Interest

By Pat Putnam

The NBA Said No Way

By Pat Putnam

Go West, Get Mugged

By Pat Putnam

TV/Radio

A GOOD LOOK AT THE SERIES

By William Leggett

College Football

When playing Temple, pray

Persuading local heroes to stay home, the Owls' Wayne Hardin built a power that has dropped opponents to their knees 13 straight times

By Ray Kennedy

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Hockey

Early follies on the ice

The NHL's five best teams glided into the season—and fell flat on their rinks, with even Bobby Orr indulging in a rare fit of pique

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 14-20

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Andrew Crichton

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