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Booktalk

HE DID NOT FEAR TO TREAD—LIGHTLY AND BRIGHTLY—ON LARRY RITTER'S TURF

By Jonathan Yardley

Art Talk

YOU COULD WELL BUMP INTO THE SELEY MOBILE—AT THE GLEN OR GUGGENHEIM

By Anita Verschoth

Ali-Frazier

'Lawdy, Lawdy He's Great'

Joe Frazier said that of Muhammad Ali, but so fierce and unsparing was their confrontation that the phrase could have applied to them both

By Mark Kram

The Juice

THE JUICE IS TURNED ON AGAIN

Currently off to the most electrifying start ever by an NFL runner, O. J. Simpson is threatening to gain 2,500 yards this season. Meanwhile, he and his Bills teammates have been shocking their opposition

By Dan Jenkins

Playoffs

DASHING DAYS FOR THE REDS

The wheels of Joe Morgan & Co. plus the spirited arms and bats of his Cincinnati accomplices left Pittsburgh gasping and grasping in the playoffs

By Ray Kennedy

TIME TO SHOUT FOR THE SOX

Fenway is a homey little park where the fans break into song, but for the A's it was a torture chamber in which a band of improper Bostonians all but broke their backs

By Ron Fimrite

Casey Stengel—An Appreciation

THE MAN WHO ALWAYS MADE SENSE

By Robert W. Creamer

Affairs

AFFAIRS OF THE HEART

By Ron Fimrite

Babe

BABE PART 2

She was a headliner after the 1932 Olympics, but Didrikson's name would not be up in lights for long. As a professional she was a performer without a showcase, reduced to batting for bucks with the House of David

By William Oscar Johnson

College Football

Bo's boys lose the boos

Fit to be tied no more, Michigan wins and gets some critical acclaim

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Ron Reid

Motor Sports

Driving a very offensive line

As expected, Niki Lauda took his fifth Grand Prix of the year at Watkins Glen, but his Ferrari teammate, Clay Regazzoni, treated the race like it was a free-agent tryout in Green Bay

By Robert F. Jones

Pro Football

New names among the No-Names

His WFL-depleted offense is no longer Coach Don Shula's big worry. Now six defenders are hurt, but Miami goes marching on

By Sam Moses

Pro Basketball

But don't say he beefed up

Bill Walton has added 40 useful pounds—none from eating meat

By Joe Jares

Yesterday

SPECTATING AIN'T WHAT IT USED TO BE, WHICH IS FORTUNATE FOR SPORTS FANS

By George A. Gipe

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 29-Oct. 5

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

CREDITS

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