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Booktalk

ALI: A KNOCKOUT ON THE BOOK BEAT THOUGH HIS TOME IS NOT THE GREATEST

By Mark Kram

Yesterday

IN 50 YEARS PASSENGER PIGEONS WENT FROM BILLIONS TO A LONE BIRD, MARTHA

By J. A. Maxtone Graham

Footloose

ON ROCKEFELLER CENTER'S RINK, LOOK FOR DIRTY DICK, MADAME TUTU

By Jeannette Bruce

It Wasn't Close

IT WASN'T EVEN CLOSE

Not even as close as the Hoosiers' 20-point margin of victory that made a shambles of what figured to be a taut opener with UCLA

By Barry McDermott

THE AGGIES BAG A BIGGIE

Texas A&M remains undefeated, with a good shot at the Cotton Bowl and, conceivably, the national title. But last week the only concern was hooking the Longhorns

By Edwin Shrake

New Colts

THE NEW COLTS ARE MIGHTY FRISKY

Three years of sharp horse trading by General Manager Joe Thomas finally has Baltimore riding high. Beating Kansas City 28-14 made it six straight

By Mark Mulvoy

Kentucky

THE SETTING WAS RIPE FOR SCANDAL

College football is vulnerable to rumor. At Kentucky an off-campus murder catalyzed the suspicions

By John Underwood

facing up to the cold facts

Unplug my boots and set me free

By Jule Campbell

TV/Radio

IN THE WAKE OF THE DOLPHINS

By William Leggett

College Basketball

Invisible in the post

Centenary's Parish is a star who has not played an official game

By Sam Moses

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

College Football

Butterfingers, yes, but wine and roses, too

UCLA won a Rose Bowl trip and Coach Dick Vermeil a taste of vintage red via a game with USC that nearly slipped from the Bruins' shaky paws

By Joe Jares

Cross-Country

Two painful fall romps

Runners who prefer to go round and round, on the flat and over sure footing, need not apply here

By Sarah Pileggi

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 24-30

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