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October 24, 1977 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

MARY MARSHALL WAS STRIDES AHEAD OF THE TIMES WHEN SHE BEAT A MAN

By George Gipe

Shopwalk

IF SKATEBOARDING IS TOO TAME, STEP A MAST, HOIST A SAIL AND TAKE OFF

By Craig Buck

Booktalk

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCANDALS ARE SMOTHERED BY A LOT OF MEGATHINK

By Jonathan Yardley

World Series

THE GOOD GUYS AGAINST THE BAD GUYS

Amid antagonism in the clubhouse and anarchy in the Yankee Stadium bleachers, New York took a 3-1 World Series lead. Then a 10-4 win in Game 5 kept alive the happy Dodgers' hopes of having the last laugh

By Ron Fimrite

Rugby

SLIM PICKINGS AT THE CABBAGE PATCH

The embryonic U.S. national rugby team lost its first battle to the British at hallowed Twickenham, but the war has only just begun

By Clive Gammon

Running Scared

A GENTLE RADICAL WHO RUNS SCARED

Bill Rodgers, the American record holder in the marathon, races on and on, fearing his talent may desert him

By Kenny Moore

TV/Radio

A NEED TO LEARN THE ABCS

By William Leggett

College Football

I. M. the wonder walk-on

And that's for sure. Recruiters stopped calling on I. M. Hipp when he was hurt in high school, so he borrowed his way to Nebraska and is hoppity-hipping to records

By Douglas S. Looney

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Soccer

Disturbing raid by the Cosmos

The NASL champs flouted an unwritten rule and rattled everybody in college soccer by signing two undergraduates

By J. D. Reed

Pro Basketball

This time the News is good

Happy but stepping warily, Detroit's Marvin Barnes gets out of the slammer

By John Papanek

Horse Racing

Eeny meeny miney mo

Deciding on the champions is a guessing game this year, and the Champagne Stakes only kept arguments bubbling as Calumet Farm's Alydar reaffirmed his class

By William Leggett

Pro Football

The fly now, swoop later plan

The Falcons are not yet world-beaters, but there they are atop the NFC West

By Joe Marshall

Knees

THIS STRANGE AND PERILOUS JOINT

The knee, which bends, twists, floats, glides and sometimes wears out, is a marvelous mechanism—but not designed for the rigors of sport

By William Oscar Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 10-16

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited By Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD