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Sept. 21, 1970
Sept. 21, 1970

Table of Contents
Sept. 21, 1970

Eating High
Indy West
Pro Football'70
People
Baseball
College Football
Fishing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

22 Eating High on the Hogs
Stanford wasn't supposed to feast on the Razorbacks but they made a tasty dish as the college season opened

This is an article from the Sept. 21, 1970 issue

26 Sudden Death at Forest Hills
Old Ken Rosewall used the new tie-breaker to win the U.S. Open tennis championship

28 Nijinsky's Triple Was a Lark
An easy winner of his third English classic, Charles Engelhard's colt may race once in this country

30 Indy Wheels West, Fast and Fancy
The cast of America's foremost auto race rolls into a stylish new California autodrome—briskly, too

PRO FOOTBALL 1970

34 New Decade, New Setup, New Game
Led by Hank Stram, the pros shift into the I

Scouting Reports on the Conferences

38 AMERICAN EAST
40 AMERICAN CENTRAL
44 AMERICAN WEST
46 NATIONAL EAST
52 NATIONAL CENTRAL
54 NATIONAL WEST

56 The Man in the Middle
Dick Butkus tells who he is and shows how he does it

92 The Coach Wants to See You
The tragicomic life and times of a placekicker

The departments

11 Scorecard
70 People
75 Baseball
78 College Football
82 Fishing
89 Rowing
112 For the Record
117 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer

Credits on page 112

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Next week

Clubbing and clutching, the Mets, Pirates and Cubs make baseball's last weeks a continuous round robin. An account of the season's wild windup by William Leggett.

Instant replay, more or less, gives the Minnesota Vikings another crack at the Kansas City Chiefs on the NFL's opening weekend. Tex Maule reports the Super Bowl reprise.

Morocco swings like a five-iron. Or so Dan Jenkins makes us believe as he describes the fairways of this North African nation and its golf-happy King Hassan II.