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December 6, 1976 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

THE EX-WIFE OF A BRIDGE COLUMNIST DEALS AN INSIDE HAND ON THE GAME

By Walter Bingham

Viewpoint

PUTTING THE PAY ON TOP OF THE TABLE IS BOUND TO PAY OFF IN SKIING WINS

By William Oscar Johnson

Shopwalk

HERE COMES TRAC-BALL, DIRECT FROM THE PEOPLE THAT GAVE US HULA HOOPS

By Joe Jares

Steelers

SMASHING THROUGH THE SNOW

The Pittsburgh avalanche rolled on, burying Cincinnati and keeping Steeler hopes alive, but there is tough sledding ahead, in the playoff drive

By Dan Jenkins

ROYAL SKI WASN'T CAUGHT NAPPING

One of the season's best 2-year-olds got out of a tough trap to win the prestigious Remsen while his owner was taking a snooze in Toronto. You see, racing fans, Bruin Goalie Gerry Cheevers had to go to work that night

By William Leggett

TONY DOES HIS NUMBER ONE MORE TIME

In his last regular-season show, with Pittsburgh as a stage, Mr. Dorsett starred before a very unappreciative audience of Penn Staters

By Douglas S. Looney

Brad Park

BOSTON'S FAVORITE PARK IS NOT FENWAY

Hated when he played for the Rangers, Brad Park has won over the old land of Orr and led the upstart Bruins to the NHL's best record

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Latin Boxers

THAT BIG LATIN BEAT

THE Z BOMBS

By Pat Putnam

Newport Whiz-Bang

GETTING A BANG FROM WHIZZING BIRDS

A VAPS—Van Alen Pheasant Shoot—brought to you by the very same man who invented VASSS, is not a walk-'em-up, blast-'em-down affair

By Virginia Kraft

College Football

Stuck in a winning rut

RUTGERS WOUND UP WITH A PERFECT SEASON AND THE NATION'S LONGEST WINNING STREAK, BUT WHEN IT COMES TO BOWLS, THE KNIGHTS ARE SPINNING THEIR WHEELS

By Joe Marshall

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

College Hockey

A Providential threesome

THE WILSON BROTHERS—RON, RANDY AND BRAD—ARE PUTTING THE PUCK IN THE NET FOR THE SCHOOL WHERE ERNIE D AND BASKETBALL ONCE REIGNED

By Kent Hannon

College Basketball

That cactus cacophony

WHEN ARIZONA PLAYS ARIZONA STATE YOU CAN HEAR THE DIN FOR 120 MILES

By Barry McDermott

Cross-Country

He took the high road

HAVING RUN 110 MILES A WEEK AT 7,000 FEET IN NEW MEXICO, RICK ROJAS CRUISED OVER PHILADELPHIA'S HILLY FAIRMOUNT COURSE TO WIN THE AAU CHAMPIONSHIP

By Anita Verschoth

Touch Football

They won it handily

A BUNCH OF NURSERYMEN SHUT DOWN THE LOCAL BAR IN THE NTFL FINALS

By Ron Reid

THIS SNAKE DOESN'T RATTLE, HE ROLLS

One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. As you counted, Don (the Snake) Prudhomme, drag racing's top driver, could have won another

By Bruce Newman

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 22-28

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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