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Wrap-Up

AT THE END OF YOUR RIBBON SEARCHING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS? HERE ARE GOOD WAYS TO SPEND FROM $4 TO $4,000

By Stephanie Salter

Pro Football

THE COLTS DON'T HORSE AROUND

When they got their chance to beat the Dolphins in overtime, Bert Jones took them 82 yards on a relentless drive that led to the winning field goal

By Mark Mulvoy

THE COWBOYS HAD THE HORSES

By Dan Jenkins

BIRDS OF AN ODD FEATHER

Cotton Fitzsimmons' amalgam of Hawks includes young oldsters, old youngsters and a tattooed sixth man

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Bowls

A DIRECT BEARING ON THE BOWLS

The manipulations of Bear Bryant, along with a premature date for making matchups, explain why some of the traditional games lack their usual glitter while at least one of the newer ones promises to be a fiesta

By John Underwood

IN ANY CASE, YOU'LL BE BOWLED OVER

By Larry Keith

Sportsman

SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR

Baseball enjoyed its grandest season in years, culminating in a World Series that held a nation breathless with tension and anticipation. Saluting the sport as well as the man, we honor Cincinnati's Pete Rose, in whose person are combined so many of the qualities of excellence that merit his designation as sportsman of the year

By Ron Fimrite

RUNNER-UP O.J. SIMPSON

By John Underwood

RUNNER-UP JACK NICKLAUS

By Dan Jenkins

My Kinda Guy

MY KINDA GUY, YOUR KINDA GUY, A LEGEND IN HIS OWN TIME, A GREAT AMERICAN...

The bee-ootiful celebs had met in the Immortals' Lounge to honor the Sportsman of the Century, 18thwise

By Frank Deford

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Kent Hannon

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dec. 8-14

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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