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Bad Boy

THE BAD BOY WHO WENT GOOD

Well, at least temporarily. After the disgraceful behavior that almost cost him a place in the semifinals, Ilie Nastase produced some marvelous tennis to defeat the hometown favorite at the Masters tournament in Stockholm

By Clive Gammon

ARKANSAS TELLS AN AGGIE JOKE

It's the one about Texas A&M on its way to an undefeated season and the Cotton Bowl when it meets this Hog

By Edwin Shrake

CAPTAIN KORN USED HIS HEAD

San Francisco struggled through three overtimes to get to the NCAA soccer finals, but once there the Dons routed the favored hometowners of Southern Illinois and their leader bopped in a goal himself

By Sam Moses

Shrinking ABA

NOW THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING ABA

Despite a ton of talent and an attractive game, the league is wasting away. Merger failing, it may well disappear

By Curry Kirkpatrick

The Old Man

THE OLD MAN AND THE BAY

Walter Stack swims San Francisco's waters, runs its roads and climbs its heights as does no other man of 67. That's for fun. For pay he carries 100-pound loads of cement up the sides of tall buildings

By Dan Levin

Liechtenstein

SMALL, BUT OH MY

They lost their hearts to Hanni and they are wild about Willi all across this mountainous mini-land

By William Oscar Johnson

Luisetti

HE CHANGED A GAME SINGLEHANDEDLY

Hank Luisetti shot the ball with one hand while he hung in midair. The Establishment smirked, but the sport has not been the same since HE CHANGED A GAME SINGLEHANDEDLY

By Ron Fimrite

College Basketball

Siblings, but nary a rivalry

In a season of good brotherhood, two squads are especially fraternal

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK

Pro Football

Storming to the playoffs

In these matchups among four contenders, a norther from Buffalo blew itself out in Miami, and Dallas was swept by a Missouri tornado

By Mark Mulvoy

Hockey

The Sabres' cutting edge

A slump turns unwanted attention to Buffalo's formerly sharp defense

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dec. 1-7

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Jack Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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