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November 25, 1974 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

MAN OF THUNDER AND RAGE, WHO IS BEST SEEN FROM THE EYE OF A STORM

By Mark Kram

Yesterday

ACCORDING TO HISTORY, THE ONLY GAME HOYLE KNEW WELL WAS WHIST

By A. D. Livingston

Shopwalk

IF IT WON'T SINK THE SHIP, HERE'S A BOAT FOR ONE DEAR TO YOUR HEART

By Carleton Mitchell

Dryden's Trial

KEN DRYDEN ON TRIAL

Back after a year of law-clerking and facing a week under siege, hockey's most celebrated goaltender was shelled by Buffalo and shocked by New York, but he muzzled Boston. Verdict: he can still light up the ice

By Mark Mulvoy

JUST A JOB OF WORK FOR THE VIKES

So they lost to the Packers, so what? Minnesota is playoff bound, and too professional to worry over an occasional loss. Maybe

By Dan Jenkins

Country Boy

A COUNTRY BOY HAS THEM JUMPING

His horse named Do Right did, and so did the skinny rookie from 'Ollabonna' as a surprising U.S. team won at the National

By Roy Blount Jr.

Hideaway

THIS WAY TO AN AUSTRIAN HIDEAWAY

FOOTLOOSE IN THE LAND OF THE 'KASERMANDL'

By William O. Johnson

TV/Radio

THE WAY IT WAS

By William Leggett

College Football

Oh what a BYUtiful mourning

Given up for dead, Brigham Young is making a lively try for a title

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Bowling

This Earl has no peers

Earl Anthony is a crew-cut square, but a whiz with a big round ball

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

A high-flying ladybug

Suffolk Downs' leading rider is a woman. And an apprentice. Now, the latter means more than the former to Denise Boudrot

By Frank Deford

Memorabilia

A MILLION MUSEUM MEMENTOS IS THE BARGAIN AT JOEL PLATT'S PLACE

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 11-17

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Andrew Crichton

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