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January 6, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Entertainment

MAKING SPORT OFF-BROADWAY: SOME PLAYERS SCORE, BUT IT'S HARDLY A HIT

By Mark Donovan

NFL Championships

THIS DEFENSE NEVER RESTED

Yielding a measly 29 yards on the ground, the Steelers upset Oakland to win their first title and a shot at the Vikings in the Super Bowl

By Ron Reid

THE RAMS MADE GOATS OF THEMSELVES

By Dan Jenkins

ONLY HALF GOOD ISN'T HALF BAD

Louisville has played well just a fraction of the time, but that has been enough to smoke its opponents

By Barry McDermott

WE MUST BE FRANK ABOUT HOT DOGS

The sedate new name is Freestyle, but skiers still relish falling out of the sky and you never sausage crazy stunts

By William O. Johnson

Superwomen

THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAME

Especially in the TV game called 'Superstars' in which the women, led by a galaxy of unknowns from volleyball, basketball and football, showed more competitiveness than their male predecessors

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Khan Game

THE PAKISTANI KHAN GAME

It was only to watch and maybe make a rupee or two that 8-year-old Hashim perched on the squash court wall that day 50 years ago, never realizing he would found a dynasty

By Melvin Maddocks

Wheelie

WHOOP DE WHEELIE

Pedals flashing, flying over the obstacles, kids are cycling into a new form of motocross madness

By Sam Moses

Dogs

An old dog, new chic

Its origins hypothetical, this forebear of the poodle is making a comeback with help from such masters as Trudeau and Kosygin

By Robert H. Boyle

College Basketball

Cashing in on Marvin's guardin'

Webster also rebounds and scores as Morgan monopolizes Division II

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Hockey

Applesauce's recipe

When an NHL game gets hot, Andy must keep it from boiling over

By Mark Mulvoy

Sundown

AFTER THE SUNDOWN

Ahead of an athlete, especially one who knew euphoric days of fame, lie retirement and the pain of adapting to another world

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dec. 23-29

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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