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September 29, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Art Talk

A MAN WHO OWNS DOZENS OF WORKS BY STUBBS DISSECTS THE ARTIST'S SKILL

By Paul Mellon

Booktalk

A MYSTERY ALMOST SURE TO CASH IN ON BOSTON'S RUN FOR THE GONFALON

By Jonathan Yardley

The Echoes

THE ECHOES ARE WIDE AWAKE

It was cheer, cheer for new Notre Dame as the Irish, led by a rejuvenated coach, won two games in the same old style

By John Underwood

AS MUCH PLAY AS MATCH

Shooting birdies and the breeze, the U.S. overwhelmed Britain and Ireland in a Ryder Cup laugher

By Dan Jenkins

NO ROSES FOR GARDEN CITY JOE

Namath now has musical knees and a suburban home, but he was the same old Joe to the Bills, who blew him down in Buffalo

By Mark Mulvoy

Ali-Frazier

-MANILA- FOR BLOOD AND FOR MONEY

The thrilla promised to be more a chilla as Ali and Frazier expressed bitter thoughts before the showdown

By Mark Kram

IT'S ALL IN WHERE THE FEAR FALLS

By Drew (Bundini) Brown

House Of Lords

GOOD SHOW ON THE HOUSE OF LORDS

Presentation of a Goat's Toe is proper parliamentary procedure for Hebrides salmon fishing, but tradition-defying anglers can occasionally gain acceptance

By Clive Gammon

College Football

Nothing sneaky about him

One quarterback who can do more with his feet than dive into the line is John Sciarra, who has them churning in the open for high-scoring UCLA

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Harness Racing

Seatrain was right on the track

A restful day of rain at the Jug was just what the doctor ordered

By Sam Moses

Pro Football

A strike forces the issue

After the owners promised new proposals, NFL players ended a chaotic walkout and kicked off the season. But the truce may be temporary

By Ray Kennedy

PATS' RABBIT WHO TURNED TIGER

By Ron Reid

Baseball

Again, a Hub of anxiety

Boston fans, all too familiar with September swoons, were in agony once more as their Red Sox struggled on and on against Baltimore

By J. D. Reed

THE WEEK (Sept. 14-20)

By Herman Weiskopf

Cincinnati

Watch On the Ohio

The triumphant Cincinnati Reds have lit up the sky over the American Rhineland. Now its good citizens have some grand designs upon the pennant and World Series

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 15-21

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Jack Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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