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December 2, 1974 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

RINGING OUT THE OLD YEAR—AND REVELING IN ITS READING

By Jonathan Yardley

Still Alive

STILL ALIVE AND KICKING

Ohio State spotted Michigan an early lead, then rallied with four field goals to win. The next day in a heated meeting of Big Ten athletic directors, the Buckeyes got the Rose Bowl nod

By Ray Kennedy

PADDLING OUT OF THE COUNTRY CLUB

The game of platform tennis has come down from its amateur perch in an attempt to attract the masses and sponsors with plenty of money

By Barry McDermott

Genius

WHAT THE RAIDERS HAVE IS GENIUS

Big Boss Al Davis is one, they say, and Davis says Coach John Madden is. So all the players need be is good

By Dan Jenkins

College Basketball

JUST LIKE THE GOOD OLD DAYS

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE GAME IS A FRAME OF MIND AND EYE

SOMEWHERE OUT WEST IS THE WACKY WAC

Sprawling over mountains, deserts and on to the far horizons, the conference enjoys its share of the game's oddball characters

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Scouting Reports

BEST OF THE REST

SMALL COLLEGES

By Kent Hannon

College Football

Explosion at The Game

Between the appearance of the Argentine Firecracker and a last-minute defeat of Yale, who would not excuse Harvard's lapse of Ivy decorum?

By Robert H. Boyle

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Pro Football

Super Bowl of the North

Edmonton's ace took the MOP, but Montreal won the famed Grey Cup

By Joe Marshall

Hockey

The Sabres slice 'em up

On a surprising young Buffalo team that leads the NHL in points and pride, the no-names are contributing as much as the glamour group

By Mark Mulvoy

World's Best

the world's best

BILL SCHAADT IS A SIGN PAINTER, BUT HIS TRUE ART IS DISPLAYED ON THE RIVERS OF THE WEST, WHERE HE WIELDS A FLY ROD LIKE NO MAN ALIVE

By Russell Chatham

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 18-24

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

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Edited by Andrew Crichton

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