22 Last Hurrah of a Gallant Sport
Steeplechasing may be dead, but a rousing wake was held for the jumping game in South Carolina
This is an article from the Nov. 29, 1971 issue
26 Irish Stew for LSU
Notre Dame went down to Baton Rouge and found out the hard way what it is like to play the Tigers at home
28 Got to Look Good to Allah
Muhammad Ali did his best not to murder Buster Mathis; it seems his fascination with homicide is on the wane
30 The Rams Take Over
Los Angeles intercepted four of John Brodie's passes to beat the 49ers and seize the lead in the NFC West
36 It's Money in the Bank
He does his level best to talk himself out of business, but a British bookie keeps raking in the cash
College Basketball's Giant Season
46 Jim Chones: the big one who stayed
53 Scouting Reports: the best and the next best
77 Mike Ratliff: the big one who played small
106 Do Yuh Hear That Whistle...?
Train travel used to be something to sing about, and now it is an imperative summons to nostalgia
82 College Football
100 Pro Football
123 For the Record
124 19th Hole
Credits on page 123
Cover photograph by James Drake
A Bonanza of gridiron action occurs over Thanksgiving weekend as Nebraska-Oklahoma and Alabama-Auburn battle for No. 1. Dan Jenkins and Pat Putnam observe the fun.
Marathon Swimming may not be the easiest way to make a name for yourself but, as Diana Nyad discovered, it certainly beats parachuting out of some fourth-floor window.
Do you want one last shot at athletic fame, an ultimate chance to make your mark in sports? Homer Groening believed he had the answer to everybody's impossible dream.