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Footloose

GRABBLING IS SCARY AND NOW ILLEGAL, BUT IT IS STILL DONE BY FISH FOLK

By Ralph Moncrief

Booktalk

THREE SQUARE MEALS A DAY ARE WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERS FOR ATHLETES

By Anita Verschoth

Shopwalk

A 'DON'T GIVE UP THE (WOODEN) SHIP' SPIRIT INFUSES A CHATTY MAGAZINE

By Martha Smilgis

New Names

MAKING A NAME FOR THEMSELVES

Some are rookies, some have been around a while, but this season they've come of age, winning headlines—and games for their teams

By Ron Reid

THE FIRE WAS GONE AND SO HE QUIT

Dave Cowens left the Celtics for a reason that seemed simple to him: he had lost his enthusiasm for the game

By John Papanek

South Africa

A FEW CRACKS IN THE RACIAL BARRIER

Not only are blacks playing against whites in South Africa nowadays, but they are also playing with them

By Peter Hawthorne

Terry Donahue

HIS NEEDLEPOINT POINTS THE WAY

Undefeated, undaunted, turned on by inspirational samplers, UCLA's Terry Donahue awaits the USC showdown

By Douglas S. Looney

IN THE TROJAN TRADITION

By John Underwood

College Football

Can't cut him off at the pass

TOMMY KRAMER THROWS SO WELL SO OFTEN THAT RICE'S LOSSES HURT LESS

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Tennis

The U.S. got cracking in Caracas

IN RECENT YEARS OUR DAVIS CUP TEAMS HAVE HAD SOME UPSETTING EXPERIENCES AGAINST LATIN COUNTRIES, BUT LAST WEEK THE AMERICANS EASILY BEAT VENEZUELA TO SET THE STAGE FOR A CRUCIAL MATCH WITH MEXICO

By Joe Jares

Hockey

A case of suspended animation

THE BUBBLY LAROUCHE FINALLY POPPED OFF ONCE TOO OFTEN. UNLUCKY PIERRE!

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Fishing

Beaten by the big drums

IF GUIDE BOB PRESTON SAYS THAT CHANNEL BASS ARE IN THE SURF OFF NORTH CAROLINA'S OUTER BANKS YOU HAD BETTER BELIEVE IT—EVEN IF YOU GET ZILCH

By Dan Levin

Baseball

Cashing in their tickets

THE FREE-AGENT LOTTERY IS ON, AND NO. 1 SIGNEE BILL CAMPBELL PROVED THE PLAYERS HOLD WINNING NUMBERS

By Peter Gammons

Brooklyn College

OF SUBWAYS AND SALAMI

They buy their own football shoes and soap. They take their uniforms home so nobody will steal them. The stands are not packed. But all right, already, Brooklyn College is 7 and 1

By John Papanek

Yesterday

STRANGE CASE OF A FISHERMAN WHO PUT OUT HIS BAIT AND LANDED MURDER

By Barnaby Conrad

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 8-14

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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