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December 1, 1975 Table Of Contents

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Buckeyes

O-HIGH-O BUCKEYES

Stalled on the ground by a furious Michigan defense, Ohio State took to the air to rescue the game and strengthen its grip on the National title

By John Underwood

IT'S NORMAL IN NORMAN, OKLAHOMA O.K.

By Larry Keith

THE SPREADING MENACE OF PCB

New reports make it clear that the presence of this man-made chemical in food and water is a nationwide peril demanding quick action, not snappy-patter routines by some hesitant bureaucrats

By Robert H. Boyle

Los Angeles Rams

FOR REAL IN A LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE

Forget the tinselly tradition, the show-biz veneer and the years of almost but not quite. These L.A. Rams are dull, which translates into winners

By Dan Jenkins

College Basketball '75-'76

THE PRIZE IS A VISIT TO PHILLY

By Barry McDermott

THEY CAN DO EVERYTHING

A MAN FOR TWO SEASONS

Maryland's John Lucas, the best and brassiest guard in college, is a tennis champ in his spare time

By Barry McDermott

THE TOP 20

BEST OF THE REST

SMALL COLLEGES

By Kent Hannon

THE WOMEN

By Nancy Williamson

College Football

Football's Week

By Herman Weiskopf

Boxing

The search for a few warm bodies

AAU officials came up with some odd heavies to face the Russians

By Dan Levin

Pro Basketball

L.A. wins by trading up

The Bucks had a problem. The Lakers took it off their hands. Now the Lakers' main difficulty is finding the words to fit their good fortune

By Joe Jares

WFL

THE DAY THE MONEY RAN OUT

When the ailing World Football League expired during its second season, the wake brought many memories and some good laughs

By William Oscar Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 17-23

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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