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Viewpoint

CONFUCIUS SAY WHEN YOU STEP OUT OF YOUR CLASS, BE SURE TO STEP DOWN

By Michael R. Sesit

Booktalk

ALEX KARRAS, IMMORTALIZED IN 'PAPER LION,' NOW TACKLES AUTOBIOGRAPHY

By Jonathan Yardley

Belmont Swindle

IS THIS HORSE THAT HORSE?

Racing officials have been trying to answer that question and others—like where is the $150,000 corpse—since learning that a ringer ran at Belmont

By William Leggett

THE INTEREST CENTERS ON THE CENTRAL

After Cincinnati upset Cleveland, the NFL's toughest division had the tightest race, the Browns leading their three AFC rivals by a game

By Ron Reid

AN AMBUSH ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL

Billie Jean King had won three straight tournaments, but once again her nemesis was Chris Evert, who beat her to win the Colgate

By Walter Bingham

Norton Vs. Young

WIN SOME, LOSE SOME, SPLIT THE REST

For 15 furious rounds it could have gone either way, and often did, but the vote for Ken Norton over Jimmy Young was what counted in the end

By Pat Putnam

The Little Eight

DON'T LET 'EM WEAR YOU DOWN!

For the "Little Eight," life in the Big Ten means living in the shadow cast by two giants, but Indiana's Lee Corso is a ray of hope

By John Underwood

Strongest Woman

THE PLEASURE OF BEING THE WORLD'S STRONGEST WOMAN

Jan Todd of Nova Scotia, farmhand, housekeeper and high school English teacher, lifts because she loves it

By Sarah Pileggi

College Football

Togetherness pays off at Kentucky

A couple of huge high school teammates are leading the Wildcats on a rampage

By William F. Reed

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Baseball

There's a rub in the Hub

Former Catcher Haywood Sullivan and ex-Trainer Buddy LeRoux thought they were in as Red Sox owners, but a suit and skeptics semi-shattered their dream

By Peter Gammons

Pro Basketball

Very short and sweet in Atlanta

Charlie Criss, the NBA's littlest man, soars high with the surprising Hawks

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Skiing

Earl has bought a pearl

How much green did it take to buy Sun Valley? The resort went for $12 million, a bargain, and the man who purchased it is going to make it even more of a gem

By William Oscar Johnson

Motor Sports

The honor isn't hollow

Ricky Rudd wants NASCAR's rookie award, not just because it sounds nice

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 31-Nov. 6

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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