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October 27, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Art Talk

HOLLYWOOD PAINTED SHARKS ONE WAY AND JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY ANOTHER

By Mary Lou Kelley

Stormy Series

STORMY DAYS FOR THE SERIES

First it was Cincinnati and gusts of controversy over alleged interference at the plate, then the return to Boston and its grim gouts of rain. In between, the Series throbbed to a Cuban tempo

By Ron Fimrite

Field Goals

THEY'RE HAVING A FIELD DAY

Not only are college placekickers making more three-pointers than ever, but they are hitting from midfield to boot

By John Underwood

Pro Basketball 1975-1976

NEW FACES, NEW PLACES

Another season begins, and a lot of big names are wearing different uniforms—not counting Wilt Chamberlain and his dalliance with the Knicks. But from the opening tipoff they will be playing the same dazzling game

By Curry Kirkpatrick

WHEN GOLDEN STATE GLITTERED

By Pat Putnam

BIG CITY COUNTRY BOY

Money and the promise of national exposure lured superstar George McGinnis out of the ABA to Philadelphia, and the $3 million-plus deal for the Indiana strongman is already helping the 76ers

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

PACIFIC: A center for centers

By Pat Putnam

CENTRAL: A need for knee power

By Pat Putnam

MIDWEST: Where coaches go gray

By Pat Putnam

ATLANTIC: Can a Scott be a Celt?

By Pat Putnam

WEST: Rocky Mountain high

By Pat Putnam

EAST: Fried chicken again

By Pat Putnam

TV/Radio

REPLAYS AND RAPPROCHEMENT

By William Leggett

College Football

Stop mooning over Miami

Worry no more, the coach—and school spirits—are riding high again after the 0 and 4 Hurricanes huffed and puffed and defeated Houston

By John Underwood

THE WEEK

By Kent Hannon

Tennis

Jimbo does his bit for Uncle Sam

Playing Davis Cup at long last, Connors helps topple Venezuela

By Curry Kirkpatrick

As I See It

NOMEN PISCIS EST MORONE SAXATILIS—AND IT IS BEST NOT TO ARGUE ABOUT IT

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 13-19

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD