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Rae Of Sunshine

RAE OF SUNSHINE

It looked like a dark day for the Raiders with Stabler and Biletnikoff sidelined, but rookies Mike Rae and Charles Philyaw shone as Oakland beat the Houston Oilers 14-13 to remain undefeated

By Dan Jenkins

THEY'RE EXCELLING IN AN AVERAGE RACE

The pennant chases have flagged, but the batting races haven't. The big news: for the first time in five seasons, Rod Carew may not win a title

By Ron Fimrite

ON AN OLD MOVIE LOT, DONNA WAS PRIMA

Over the same territory where Gary Cooper shot Frank Miller dead, Donna Caponi Young gunned down her rivals to win The Carlton and $35,000

By Sarah Pileggi

The Hit Parade

RISING HIGH ON THE HIT PARADE

Maryland is moving up in the charts as other major teams face the music and fiercer foes

By Edwin Shrake

In Step With Dad

GETTING IN STEP WITH DAD

Jim Shoulders appreciates that Marvin Paul is following in his footsteps but fusses at his only son's heel-dragging pace

By Douglas S. Looney

Fit To Be Tied

NEW FLIES THAT ARE FIT TO BE TIED

By Robert H. Boyle

College Football

Upsetting only for the Buckeyes

MISSOURI NEVER WINS OR LOSES WHEN IT SHOULD, AS OHIO STATE LEARNED

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Joe Marshall

Harness Racing

Enhancing Dancer's image

IN AND OUT OF THE SULKY, CANNY STANLEY SHOWED HIS CLASS AND PROVED THE BETTORS RIGHT BY DRIVING KEYSTONE ORE TO VICTORY IN THE LITTLE BROWN JUG

By Douglas S. Looney

Horse Racing

Youth will have its day

...BUT NOT LAST SATURDAY AS A PAIR OF FLEET AND FANCY 3-YEAR-OLD CHAMPIONS WERE WELL THRASHED IN THE BELDAME BY A GOOD OLD GIRL NAMED PROUD DELTA

By William Leggett

Baseball

A season of Astronomical improvement

NEW BLOOD, OLD BASICS HAVE GIVEN HOUSTON 14 MORE WINS THAN IN '75

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (Sept. 19-25)

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 20-26

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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