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October 31, 1977 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

A MUSEUM SO HEAVY WITH AMERICANA IT WILL HOOK THE PASSIONATE ANGLER

By J. D. Reed

Notre Dame Vs. USC

THEY WERE DRESSED TO KILL

Notre Dame Coach Dan Devine surprised his players by issuing them green jerseys, then his team went out and turned USC green around the gills with a 49-19 upset

By Douglas S. Looney

MINNESOTA'S MIRACLE

By William Oscar Johnson

BILL RODGERS TOOK MANHATTAN...

...the Bronx and Staten Island, too—not to overlook the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, through which he led a record field of 4,823 marathoners to the finish line in Central Park, winning the race for the second straight year

By Walter Bingham

THE WHOLE TOWN'S SACKING THE JONES BOY

New England's rushers threw Bert Jones for 53 yards in losses, held him to six completions, and the Patriots defeated the Colts to stay alive in the AFC East

By Dan Jenkins

Reg-Gie!!!

REG-GIE! REG-GIE!! REG-GIE!!!

His clobbering of L.A. and the record book with three home runs propelled Reggie Jackson into a whirl that touched all the bases

By Ron Fimrite

Pro Basketball, 1977-78

A fever called Blazermania

Portland's frenzied love affair with its Trail Blazers rages on as the pro basketball season gets going, but the Lakers, among other contenders, aim to cool the ardor

By Curry Kirkpatrick

When the going gets rough

'Nobody, but nobody, is going to hurt my teammates'

By John Papanek

Scouting Reports

By Curry Kirkpatrick

College Football

He's already in the big leagues

Grambling's Doug Williams passed pros Bradshaw and Harris in the record book

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Boxing

'I don't really fight to win'

Jimmy Young, who meets Ken Norton next week, says survival is his bag

By Pat Putnam

Archery

New tune on a stringed instrument

It looks god-awful, but the compound bow, with its easy draw and greater accuracy, is a winner

By Virginia Kraft

Hockey

Welcome back, Scarface

Terrible Ted Lindsay, once the baddest of the badmen, has taken charge of his old Detroit Red Wings, and he says that his players will be aggressive—or else

By Peter Gammons

Pro Football

Really, Joe, is all this necessary?

Like all of General Manager Joe Thomas' new teams, San Francisco began with a thud, losing its first five games, but then the 49ers silenced their critics and maybe saved their coach by upsetting the Lions

By Joe Marshall

Sports Medicine

Pricking up their ears

A test pioneered in East Germany, which involves a computer and a few drops of blood from the earlobe, may well alter U.S. methods of training and competition

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 17-23

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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