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November 3, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

AN OLD ADMIRER AND OXFORD PART COMPANY IN A DISPUTE OVER SPORTS

By Jonathan Yardley

Photography

A MASTER'S RENOWNED NATURE STUDIES MAY SOON BE OUT OF PRINT—SO HURRY

By Susan Kamb

Footloose

WHEN THE OLYMPIC POOH-BAHS MEET, IF IT'S TUESDAY, IT MUST BE HOLLANDAISE

By J.D. Reed

World Series 1975

Everything came up Reds

For sustained drama few could equal it. Boston's glorious Game 6 still hung in the air as Cincinnati squeezed through to win a very special World Series

By Ron Fimrite

GAME 6

It was the thriller by which those of the future must be measured, with the Red Sox first lifted up, then dashed down and finally made victors by two storybook home runs

Bell Toils

FOR WHOM THE BELL TOILS

The latest in a long line of outstanding USC tailbacks is Ricky Bell, a workhorse who carried the ball 40 times to help the Trojans beat Notre Dame

By John Underwood

Grand Old Game

The Joys of Discovering a Grand Old Game

Soccer may become a truly American sport. If it does, it will be because it is played by Americans such as the California boys and girls shown on these pages. Unencumbered, absorbed and oblivious of their own grace, they illustrate the world's favorite sport

By Sarah Pileggi

TV/Radio

THE SERIES WAS A PRIME TIME

By William Leggett

College Football

THE WEEK

By Mike DelNagro

Pro Football

Houston gives 'em Bum's rush

Rejuvenated under new coach Bum Phillips and bolstered by his three-man defensive line, the Oilers beat Detroit for their fifth victory and face their first winning season since 1967

By Ron Reid

Golf

The tour's dating game

Choose your favorite buddy or brother, play best ball and then make enough birdies to win, just as Jim Colbert and Dean Refram did

By Sarah Pileggi

Fishing

Trading in a junk river

Fishermen are trolling for chinook salmon and trout in downtown Detroit, thanks to a multimillion-dollar recall campaign on pollutants

By Robert F. Jones

Pro Basketball

The fortune cookie smiled

Out West the Knicks couldn't land Wilt Chamberlain but then their luck changed and they found something quite a bit better, Spencer Haywood

By Pat Putnam

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 20-26

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

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