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Yesterday

BEAR WRESTLING TOOK HOLD 100 YEARS AGO, BUT LOST WITH LENA'S REVENGE

By George Gipe

Booktalk

AND A FLUTE STUDENT LEARNS A LOT ABOUT MUSIC BUT MORE ABOUT GOLF

By Jeannette Bruce

Shopwalk

FAMOUS PLANES, FASHIONED IN GLASS, FLY FROM THE FINGERS OF A LOCKSMITH

By Susan Kamb

World Series

THE MACHINE WAS IN HIGH GEAR

As the World Series began, the Reds hit on all cylinders, running over the Yankees in the first game and sideswiping Catfish in the second

By Ron Fimrite

CAN'T ANYBODY CATCH THE FOOTBALL?

That's what Quarterback Roger Staubach kept asking as his usually sure-handed Dallas receivers kept dropping touchdown passes while the Cowboys were dropping their first game of the season to the St. Louis Cardinals

By Dan Jenkins

ELEMENTAL, IF NOT EXACTLY ARTISTIC

After last month's tepid Ali-Norton title fight, two dependable punchers got back to the basics. George Foreman battered an immature white hope, Dino Dennis, and Roberto Duran savagely dispatched another patsy, Alvaro Rojas

By Mark Kram

Wyoming

SELDOM IS HEARD A DISCOURAGING WORD

Out where the deer and the antelope and the Cowboys play, all is optimism now that surprising Wyoming has taken the lead in the Western Athletic Conference

By John Underwood

Pro Basketball 1976-77

A SEASON FOR ALL MEN

Merger provides a test every partisan will enjoy: the tough old NBA types against the ABA survivors. As tipoff neared, the only problem was a big one—the Doctor

By Curry Kirkpatrick

FACE TO FACE

ATLANTIC DIVISION

By Curry Kirkpatrick

PACIFIC DIVISION

By Curry Kirkpatrick

MIDWEST DIVISION

By Curry Kirkpatrick

CENTRAL DIVISION

By Curry Kirkpatrick

College Football

"Idiots" can kill you quick

...AND SO CAN NO. 1-RANKED MICHIGAN, AS A LOT OF TEAMS HAVE FOUND OUT LATELY. BUT AT NORTHWESTERN THEY LIVED AND DIED WITH THE POINT SPREAD

By Edwin Shrake

THE WEEK

By Ron Reid

Pro Football

Yes, we now have a winner

VICTORY IN EXPANSION BOWL I WENT TO THE SEAHAWKS AS THEY BLOCKED TAMPA BAYS FIELD-GOAL ATTEMPT IN THE CLOSING SECONDS AND ESCAPED, 13-10

By Joe Marshall

Ballooning

Ditching the dream

ED YOST'S NEAR-MISS ATLANTIC CROSSING CAME TO AN END WHEN THE WINDS THAT BUOYED HIS SPIRITS AND HIS CHANCES FOR THREE DAYS TURNED ON HIM

By John Nielsen

Horse Racing

The wisdom of guys and dolls

THE WORD WAS THAT THE COLT WAS DERBY STUFF AND HE SURE LOOKED IT

By William Leggett

O'Brien

A Celtic rookie Puts it Together

First-year Commissioner Larry O'Brien used his Irish gift of gab to lead the NBA owners into a merger with the ABA

By Ray Kennedy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 11-17

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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