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Booktalk

THE GAME BOOK OF THE STEELERS: ONE YEAR'S MOVES AND BROKEN PLAYS

By Jonathan Yardley

The Touchdown

THE TOUCHDOWN THAT DIDN'T COUNT

Ohio State was in the Spartans' end zone. There was no doubt about that. But had the Buckeyes arrived there in time to keep their No. 1 ranking?

By Dan Jenkins

A QUIET MAN MAKES THE BULLETS ZING

Wes Unseld's knees are good again and, as usual, nobody talks about him. Result: Washington is vandalizing the NBA Central

By Pat Putnam

Bumper Year

BUMPER YEAR FOR A ROBUST CROP

Last summer's player strike made National Football League teams take a long look at their rookies and first-year men, and now there are more new bodies around than ever before. Some of them are superb

By Ron Reid

Odyssey

A Football Odyssey

In which the writer, accompanied by Artist Franklin McMahon, travels from Baton Rouge to Norman to Ann Arbor in 48 hours to watch three big college games and recapture his youth

By Ron Fimrite

Tuna

END OF THE SALAD DAYS FOR BLUEFIN TUNA

Laws recently passed to protect the devastated Atlantic schools of bluefin may have come too late to save commercial and sports fishermen from their own greed

By Dan Levin

College Football

Incitement to riot the McKay way

After threats and wit had failed, a revived passing game saved USC

By Ray Kennedy

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Horse Pulling

Ten tons and then some

The h in hp stands for horse. And this contest reveals the power

By Philip Singerman

Horse Racing

No way to treat a lady

It was—horrors—a Frenchman who upset the celebrated Dahlia

By Tex Maule

Boating

Romance versus realism on a cruel sea

In Key West's offshore powerboat race the rooster tails were as lofty and the men as intrepid as ever, but ignominy awaited a new marvel and injury a salty old hand. Even for the winner it was touch and go

By Robert F. Jones

Moolah

Lady with a lock on life

Even after years of bruising eye-for-an-eye and tooth-for-a-tooth battles, the queen of the wrestlers, Fabulous Moolah, remains the belle of the brawl

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 4-10

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Andrew Crichton

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