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November 16, 1981 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

FRANK GRAHAM JR.'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY: FATHER AND SON, BUTTS AND BRYANT

By Roger Kahn

Shopwalk

A SILENT NOISEMAKER TO SCARE DEER OUT OF THE WAY OF YOUR AUTOMOBILE

By Lisa Twyman

Sideline

TO KNOW WHAT'S COMING AND WHAT'S GONE ALREADY, YOU MIGHT GET 'SMART'

By Jill Lieber

Footloose

IF YOU'RE JUST HORSING AROUND, THIS FLORIDA CLINIC WILL TEACH YOU POLO

By Arnold Schechter

Perspective

ARE YOU BUGGED? BY REAL INSECTS? YOU COULD GET YOURSELF A GECKO

By Rick Telander

Title Fights

The Night They Called It A Daze

Larry Holmes's WBC title and his big payday with Gerry Cooney are still safe, but Renaldo Snipes nearly knocked both for a loop

By Pat Putnam

It Was Spinks, Hands Down

By William Nack

Purple Pros: The Same Old Story

The Vikings are following their familiar plot line, using a short-pass offense to once again take the lead in the NFC Central

By Jack McCallum

Clemson

The Paws Have Given Cause For Pause

Clemson, spurred on by its ubiquitous logo and unyielding defense, beat North Carolina to stay undefeated and bound for a major bowl

By Alexander Wolff

Illusion

How To Keep Your Head Above Water

Is that 12-meter yacht you've been eyeing just too rich for the budget? Here's a small solution to your predicament

By Selwyn Parker

John Elway

The Phoenix Of Palo Alto

From the ruins of the Stanford season rises John Elway—the quarterback the pros covet most

By Ron Fimrite

College Football

0 and 29 and still counting

By losing 61-14 to Michigan State, Northwestern broke the major college record for consecutive defeats, and underscored an agonizing dilemma.

By Rick Telander

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Basketball

Finding a Profit in Isiah

Indiana sensation Isiah Thomas is leading the Pistons to respectability

By Anthony Cotton

Hockey

The puck doesn't stop here

Trigger-happy, defense-shy players are on a scoring rampage in the NHL

By Mike DelNagro

Reminiscence

BRINGO SO LOVED FOOTBALL HE KEPT ON TRYING WHEN TIME HAD RUN OUT

By Bob Boltz

Nostalgia

'TWAS A SAD BUT EDIFYING DAY WHEN THE AUTHOR LOST ALL HIS MARBLES

By Grady Jim Robinson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 2-8

Compiled by JANE E. BACHMAN

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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