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December 23, 1974 Table Of Contents

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CALENDARS MAKE TIMELY PRESENTS BUT MARILYN IS DATED, VROOM IN VOGUE

By Myra Gelband

As I Saw It

ALL ROME (N.Y.) HAD A BALL AT THE FIRST WORLD SERIES OF BOCCE

By Jeannette Bruce

No Shuffle

IT'S BUFFALO BUT THAT'S NO SHUFFLE

The Knicks were winning with no-name kids until they met the speedy Braves, minus two big names, in two big games

By Pat Putnam

FOR OPENERS, SUPER BOWL VIII½

The first half of the season was rousing, the second half drowsing, the Bills and the Cards made the playoffs and the big game between the Raiders and the Dolphins could well be superior to the Super Bowl

By Dan Jenkins

BRUISERS AND BUNNY HOPPERS

In Philadelphia they are one and the same thing—the champion Flyers—and they are sniffing the lettuce again

By Mark Mulvoy

Bowled Over

BOWL-BOUND AND BOWLED OVER

In their haste to get their dance cards filled, the panicky postseason game committees sent out invitations in early November, only to wind up with teams tarnished by undistinguished records

By John Underwood

Way To Go

WAY TO GO, AND THE WAY IT WENT

A series of instructive home movies featuring the author's tight brushes with the great, near-great, has-beens and never wases

By Ron Fimrite

YOU MUST REMEMBER THESE

From Here

FROM HERE TO 2000

Umpires may be replaced by sensors, football scored like figure skating, tennis played in the nude and butterflies used as game balls

By William O. Johnson

Sportsman Of The Year

Return of the Big Bopper

Down but determined to fight his way back to the top, Muhammad Ali turned 1974 into a year of great triumph

By George Plimpton

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dec. 9-15

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

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