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FLIGHTS OF FANCY, INCLUDING A TALL TALE OF A $700 SPREE IN A KITE SHOP

By J.D. Reed

Yesterday

DID THE CRASH OF A STANLEY STEAMER IN 1907 INFLUENCE U.S. FOREIGN POLICY?

By George Gipe

Booktalk

A REPROOF BY AN OLYMPIAN: IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN HISTORY, NOT HISTRIONICS

By Kenny Moore

Arttalk

THE RESURRECTION OF AN ARTIST BURIED IN AN UNMARKED GRAVE IN NEW JERSEY

By Carleton Mitchell

The Best

THE BEST OF THEM ALL

And if he's not, he will be, as Fran Tarkenton closes in on the passing records of Johnny Unitas while keeping his Vikings unbeaten

By Dan Jenkins

NO LOWDOWN BLUES IN THIS JAZZ STYLE

New Orleans began as an expansionist disaster, a horrendous team playing in shoddy arenas. A rebored Pistol and the Dome have changed all that

By Joe Jares

Nebraska

PLAINLY STATED, IT'S NEBRASKA

The poor Huskers haven't won a national title since 1971, but in whipping Missouri they looked ready for another

By Douglas S. Looney

WHERE'S CHARLIE? AT EVERY GAME

By Douglas S. Looney

Flat Out

FLAT OUT ON THE FLATS

Down to spare engines and threadbare tires, Don Vesco wedged himself into his Silver Bird and roared off across Utah's Bonneville salt desert to set a motorcycle world land-speed record

By Coles Phinizy

College Football

You can't hold those linebackers

Penn State beat Maryland the way it does most teams, with Big D

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Judo

Latest in the line at Fairly Ridiculous

One of our two best 176-pound black belts, Clyde Worthen had six kids and no full-time job, so, naturally, at age 30 he took a wrestling scholarship at that haven for oddballs otherwise known as Fairleigh Dickinson

By Kent Hannon

Pool

Easy nine the hard way

He was up against the hotshots, but Jimmy Rempe outcooled them

By Pat Putnam

Motor Sports

Over the fence is not necessarily out

Engines whining like Sopwith Camels, the racers skidded into the stands, onto their heads and into the hearts of California thousands as they revived an oldtime form of motorcycling madness known as speedway racing

By Sam Moses

Hockey

Heated signs of icy war

An interleague battle for the affections of hockey-mad Minnesotans has spilled out of the rinks and flowed into the streets of the Twin Cities

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 27-Nov. 2

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Sarah Pileggi

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