Nov. 09, 1970
Nov. 09, 1970

Table of Contents
Nov. 9, 1970

Too Many Gods
Rosenbloom-Robbie Bowl
Mad Punter
College Football
Motor Sports
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 Two Gods Too Many
With but one national championship available three immortal gridiron coaches were fighting on

This is an article from the Nov. 9, 1970 issue Original Layout

18 Panic Was Quelled in Boston
When the Bruins finally lost, the breast-beating was awful. Then they beat hated New York and all was well

20 Some Great Dane from Tulane
John Dane III of the New Orleans university defended his collegiate match-racing championship with brio

22 The Rosenbloom-Robbie Bowl
Baltimore whipped Miami but, in effect, it was just a halftime show in the battle between the team owners

30 A Course with Rare Bite
Alligators, Spanish moss and some of the wittiest golf holes anywhere make Harbour Town a links to remember

36 The Mad Punter of Louisville
From hirsute head to bare foot he's a man to drive a coach bats—but not his coach

62 I Take Thee, Bug...
In which a passionate pilgrim writes of his grand amour with a Bugatti automobile

The departments

9 Scorecard
44 College Football
48 People
50 Motor Sports
56 Shooting
58 Hockey
79 For the Record
80 19th Hole

Credits on page 79


Next week

The worst player Alex Hawkins saw in his 10 years in the NFL was Alex Hawkins. In the first of two parts, the ex-Colt tells how he performed at six positions. Poorly.

The little man is back in pro basketball—Calvin Murphy, Mack Calvin, Bill Keller, Nate Archibald. How they are being used and why they succeed is reported by Roy Blount.

The champion nobody knows is Joe Frazier, who has never enjoyed the life of a public figure. Martin Kane reveals the man behind the gloves as he prepares for Bob Foster.