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HITTING THE GREEN AND SINKING ANOTHER—DEAD SOLID PERFECT

By Jonathan Yardley

Best Team

THE BEST TEAM YOU'LL NEVER SEE

You can spin the dial all fall but you will not find the powerful Oklahoma Sooners. On NCAA probation, they cannot be televised, play bowl games or even be ranked, according to one poll

By Ray Kennedy

DON'T SEND MY BOY TO HARVARD...

...said Moses Malone's mother. And not to any other school, either, said Moses, I'm good enough for the pros right now

By Pat Putnam

GAMBLING WITH THEIR FUTURE

Carroll Rosenbloom and his Los Angeles Rams took a calculated risk when they traded Quarterback John Hadl and decided to go with inexperienced James Harris. The test should come in the playoffs

By Joe Marshall

A Woman's World

EVEN IN RACING IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD

The formidable fillies Dahlia and Allez France not only compete with colts on even terms, they're beating them at their own game

By Frank Deford

Lake Placid

BACK WHERE THE GAMES BELONG

Since they staged the Winter Olympics of 1932, the North Country Boys of Lake Placid never stopped trying to do it again. Now that their bid for 1980 was successful, the event will return to sane proportions

By William O. Johnson

College Football

The Little Big Horn with pads

Sitting Bull was at stake when North Dakota met South Dakota

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Conservation

Rebirth of a 'dead' lake

For 40 years a Buffalo jeweler dedicated himself to restoring Erie to the gem it once was. Now the waters are showing the first sparkle of life

By Robert H. Boyle

Bridge

Comic no trump has the last laugh

By Charles Goren

Hockey

Payoff on a big Czech

One reason Toronto's Toros are still unbeaten is a burly center who arrived via the underground

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 21-27

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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