Nov. 02, 1970
Nov. 02, 1970

Table of Contents
Nov. 2, 1970

A Win For TV
Small Colleges
Birds Flock
College Football
Pro Basketball
In Their Cups
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 TV Wins on Points
The Monday night NFL game is a big winner in the Nielsen ratings but nudies, saloons and players are hurting

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18 Ali Smashes Back
After three years in exile, Muhammad starts his comeback by destroying Jerry Quarry

20 No Mullets Down There
The small colleges have big football, too, in teams like Texas (A&I), Arkansas (State) and Tennessee (State)

26 Birds of a Feather Flock to Bob
Washington Senators Owner Bob Short says he likes stormy petrels. He should. He depends on them to save him

32 Bloodthirsty Tennis, Anyone?
Or how to turn a love set into a hate match. An ex-champ with nerve and an eye for drama sticks out his neck

44 Journey South to a Cold Summer
Mary Hemingway joins a shipload of amateur explorers for bird watching, berg watching and even fishing in Antarctica

68 In Their Cups
The game's the thing while the action is on, but after that the trophy's the thing and strange tales unfold

The departments

10 Scorecard
51 College Football
56 Motor Sports
60 Track & Field
66 Pro Basketball
81 For the Record
82 19th Hole

Credits on page 81

Cover photograph by Sheedy & Long


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