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November 08, 1971 | Volume 35, Issue 19

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Norm Bulaich Cover - Sports Illustrated November 08, 1971

November 08, 1971
THREE FOR THE SHOWSirs:Thanks for a fine article on the best team of sportscasters the announcing profession has ever seen (What Are They Doing with the Sacred Game of Pro Football?, Oct. 25). The...

November 08, 1971 | Jack Craig
When Roone Arledge of ABC Sports sits down with the television brains of the NCAA in Kansas City shortly, confronting them will be the sort of scenario favored by As The World Turns or Dear Abby....

November 08, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
ANOTHER PROBLEM FOR PETESeven Baltimore merchants whose stores are only half a mile from Memorial Stadium have gone to court in an attempt to stop the Colts from playing the Miami Dolphins there...

November 08, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Joe Mullaney, coach of the ABA's Kentucky Colonels, on his former team, the Los Angeles Lakers: "There was a tendency on the part of management to overrate the team. In their prime, Wilt...

November 08, 1971 | Tex Maule

November 08, 1971 | Mark Mulvoy
New York's baby bull, Brad Park, plays right, shoots left and skates at a pace that just could beat Montreal and Boston

November 08, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
While Jack Nicklaus was adding to his prestige by winning the Australian Open, Lee Trevino and Arnold Palmer were in Las Vegas trying to overtake Jack as the 1971 money leader. Only Lee did it

November 08, 1971 | Robert Cantwell

November 08, 1971 | Frank Deford

November 08, 1971 | Robert H. Boyle

November 08, 1971
How the west was lost sums up the sort of football season the Pacific Eight is having, an unhappy blend of suspensions, probations and defeats. Ron Fimrite reports.

November 08, 1971
Gary Morris, co-captain of the Union College football team in Schenectady, N.Y., surrenders gracefully, even happily, as three girl trainers take over one more male prerogative. That's Heidi...

November 08, 1971 | Dan Jenkins
Nebraska crushed Colorado, thus setting the table for a picnic on Thanksgiving Day with Oklahoma

November 08, 1971 | Larry Keith

November 08, 1971 | Larry Keith
THE BACK: Michigan State Halfback Eric Allen added three yards to the NCAA single-game rushing record of 347 set in 1968 by Michigan's Ron Johnson. He also scored four touchdowns on runs of 24,...

November 08, 1971 | Peter Carry
Minsky would have loved the NBA Central, that traveling road show starring four fanciful teams and the last of the laughing coaches

November 08, 1971 | Pamela Knight
Animal fur is fine for keeping winter campers—and animals—warm, but now science has produced something more ecologically suitable

November 08, 1971 | Whitney Tower
...but not necessarily the best, as the sport wound up its season

November 08, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
Just about a year ago our then executive editor, Richard W. Johnston, left the staff for the balmier venue of Honolulu but promised to keep in touch with occasional dispatches from his corner of...

November 08, 1971 | Charles Goren
Ira Corn's Aces will be playing to win at the Olympiad in June—and so will Italy's famous Blues

November 08, 1971 | Robert F. Jones
Woodcock may not be as numerous as they once were in the rugged country around Calais, Maine, but there was still plenty of action when the dogs' bells stopped clanking and Acey Sprague stopped...

November 08, 1971 | Richard W. Johnston

November 08, 1971
BASKETBALL—NBA: For three glorious days Cleveland led the Central Division with a 2-5 record (page 62). Then the Cavaliers lost on the same night Baltimore and Atlanta were winning and dropped...

November 08, 1971
Tom McArdle, a Boston stockbroker, beat defending champion Henry T. Wiggin of Brookline, Mass. four games to one on the lawn of the McArdle family's summer home in Annisquam, Mass. to win the East...

November 08, 1971
7—Island Camera23, 25—Heinz Kluetmeier26, 27—Eric Schweikardt28, 29—Lane Stewart (2), Walter Iooss Jr.30—Jerry Cooke, Eric Schweikardt36, 37—Robert McClanahan41—Wil Blanche44—illustration by...

November 08, 1971 | Sir Francis Chichester
Cape Horn on the southern tip of the American continents is one of the world's more formidable obstacles to navigation. From the time of Magellan until the Panama Canal opened—that is, throughout...

November 08, 1971 | Frank X. Tolbert
The Boll Weevils managed to take a game now and then, which was O.K. as long as it didn't detract from the fun