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Nov. 10, 1969
Nov. 10, 1969

Table of Contents
Nov. 10, 1969

Yesterday
The Oscar
Mother Hens
My Story: Part 3
People
College Football
Hunting
Surfing
The World Within
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

18 Who Gets the Oscar?
The Heisman Trophy, football's version of the Academy Award, goes to the nation's top player, whoever he may be

This is an article from the Nov. 10, 1969 issue

24 Down Go the Babbling Bruins
In hockey, goals beat gab anytime, as Montreal devastatingly proved in the season's first big game

26 Eub Weebank's Mother Hens
He's really Weeb Ewbank. Who remembers? The hens are the Jet blockers. They never forget a chick named Joe

30 Beware of Fierce Breeders!
The guard dog business is notable for its disregard of such social niceties as not striking a lady

35 Lew Alcindor's Story: Part 3
In a year of turmoil and decision, Lew changes religion, boycotts the Olympics and picks the NBA

74 Instant Ocean: It Keeps Rolling
A new machine makes waves where there has been no sea for eons—and inland surfing is born

80 Exploring the World Within
An excursion underground can reveal as much about the caver as it does about the cavern

The departments

13 Scorecard
51 People
52 College Football
65 Hunting
68 Golf
70 Boating
75 Surfing
93 For the Record
94 19th Hole

Credits on page 93

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer

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