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November 15, 1976 Table Of Contents

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A $35,000 SHOOTING IRON IS AMONG THE GUNS FINDING A HOME ON THE RANGE

By Charlie Meyers

The Survivors

THEY CAME TO PLAY

Most of the ABA survivors have shown they're plenty fit and, while two weeks do not a season make, Denver is fast giving the NBA originals plenty of fits

By Curry Kirkpatrick

MICHIGAN CHOKES ON A BOILERMAKER

Filled with heady visions of a ninth consecutive victory and, come January, a national championship, the Wolverines swaggered into Lafayette, Ind., hoping to swallow Purdue straight. Instead, they were bounced out of town on their ears

By Larry Keith

YOUTH WAS SWERVED AS THE FRENCH SWEPT

The three Gallic entries blanketed the field in the boggy 25th International, but the bred-in-the-U.S. winner had to survive a claim of foul

By William Leggett

Bert Jones

SETTING HIS SIGHTS ON THE SUPER BOWL

Quarterback Bert Jones hits pass receivers and geese with equal accuracy, and has Baltimore atop the AFC East with an 8-1 record

By Robert F. Jones

Jim Dandy Gym

JIM DANDY GYM

Even unathletic kids enjoy phys ed at California's San Rafael High. It has the country's most celebrated program, with 45 courses ranging from yoga to yachting, from rock-climbing to kayaking

By Jim Kaplan

TV/Radio

THEY KNOW WHAT THE SCORE IS

By William Leggett

College Football

Florida gets a slice, Georgia the loaf

THE GATORS WON THE FIRST HALF 27-13, BUT THEN THE BULLDOGS HAD A PICNIC, SCORING FOUR TIMES TO WIN

By John Underwood

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Motor Sports

A shy man has his points

GORDON JOHNCOCK SEEMED TO HAVE A SNOWBALL'S CHANCE OF WINNING THE USAC CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT EVEN IN THE HEAT OF PHOENIX THAT WAS ALL HE NEEDED

By Sam Moses

Pro Football

Hey, Coach, is that a wig or a wag?

LIKE BASEBALL COACHES, NFL AIDES NOW FLASH PLAYS TO QUARTERBACKS

By Joe Marshall

Soccer

Near the top of the pile

A HIGH-SCORING FRESHMAN FROM ARGENTINA BY WAY OF CHICAGO HAS INDIANA IN CONTENTION FOR THE NCAA TITLE AND HIS COACH IN LINE FOR AN OFFICE CARPET

By J. D. Reed

Yesterday

HOPES WERE HIGH FOR MACE-COBURN UNTIL THEY PUT THEIR DUKES DOWN

By George A. Gipe

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 1-7

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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