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Bootalk

IT'S NOT JEEVES, BUT WODEHOUSE, OLD SPORT. JOLLY WELL DONE, SPLENDID FUN

By Joseph Carroll

World Series

REACHING OUT FOR THE SERIES

Soggy though the Hub was, Boston and Cincinnati set it asizzle as Luis Tiant mauled the Reds and then the visitors came snarling back to take a 3-2 thriller

By Ron Fimrite

THE SOONERS ARE THE BETTER

In a typical rootin' tootin' battle with Texas, Oklahoma scored in the final period to win 24-17 and extend its unbeaten streak to 34

By Joe Jares

THEY'RE A WINNING COMBINATION

Coach Paul Brown calls the plays, Ken Anderson executes and the Cincinnati Bengals are off to their best start

By Ron Reid

Jamboree

JAMBOREE AT JACK'S JOINT

Nicklaus invited some of his dearest rivals over to his new Muirfield course for a televised skin game

By Dan Jenkins

Hockey 1975-1976

A SELLER'S MARKET

When Marcel Dionne put himself up for bids, buyers from both leagues got a complicated lesson in modern sales promotion

By Mark Mulvoy

NHL

By Mark Mulvoy

WHA

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Part 3: Babe

BABE

Magnetic as always and magnificent in performance, she made a sport—women's golf—and it made her, assuring her lasting fame

By William Oscar Johnson

TV/Radio

CASHING IN ON CRASHING

By William Leggett

College Football

Prospect out of uniform

Houston McTear isn't playing for his high school because he fears an injury might ruin his track career, but colleges are hounding him anyway

By Mike DelNagro

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Boxing

The pace is familiar

Michael Dokes is 17 years old. Like Ali, he is coming on loud and clear

By Pat Putnam

Nature

The man who makes marshes

Wetlands that support invaluable wildlife are fast disappearing, but Edgar Garbisch is turning the tide by creating some of his own

By Robert H. Boyle

Swimming

A dunk for the Apple

Cleanliness might be next to godliness but New York is closer to the news media headquarters, so that's where Diana Nyad had to swim

By Dan Levin

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 6-12

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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