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Shopwalk

THE COST MIGHT BE A BIT HAIRY, BUT WHAT PRICE NOSTALGIA?

By Jay Cronley

Yesterday

He Really Did Break the Bank at Monte Carlo

Paunchy and middle-aged, Charles Deville Wells was not quite as debonair as the old song about him suggests, but for a while anyway he did succeed in outwitting the odds

By J. A. Maxtone Graham

Movietalk

SOAPSUDS, IF NOT GOOD CLEAN FUN IN THE SUN, FOR DAD AND THE KIDS

By Sebastian Cooke

Aggies

THE AGGIE JOKE IS ON ITS WAY OUT

In Texas, kidding A&M may soon be old-fashioned. As Arkansas was the latest team to discover, the football is just fine

By Joe Jares

Regatta

REVEL OF OARS AND SHELLS

The Charles River was a riot, and why not—2,400 rowers pulling for glory or simply for the fun of it

By Dan Levin

IN FRANCE IT'S LE CROSS-COUNTRY

TV/Radio

SHARP JAB TO THE POCKETBOOK

By William Leggett

College Football

It's been one long wake

Nothing seems to work, not even pep talks by President Ford, Arnold Palmer and Bill Cosby. The coach is trying Winston Churchill now

By Robert H. Boyle

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Pro Football

The Bills show the Pats how it's done

The pattern has been the same for both these surprising young teams: draft the No. 1 college player, sign a sharp, smart coach, start to win big. But Buffalo has about a year's head start, and it showed last Sunday

By Joe Marshall

Tennis Bug

NOW EVERYBODY HAS THE BUG

Once, like gout, it afflicted only the rich, but today tennis fever is epidemic. And it will sneak up on you, too, if you don't watch out

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 28-Nov. 3

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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