Oct. 28, 1974
Oct. 28, 1974

Table of Contents
Oct. 28, 1974

  • By George A. Gipe

    In the early days of pro baseball, playing—or even watching—a game on the Sabbath was as reprehensible as calling a woman's limb a leg

Clowns' Crown
Pro Basketball
College Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


24 Triple Crown for the Clowns
Harlequins they seemed, but the gaudy A's pounced on Dodger errors to win their third straight World Series

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28 Ancient Age and His Pal Whiskey
At 40, Sonny Jurgensen has replaced roommate Bill Kilmer and led the Redskins to another big win

30 A Bell Ringer for Goolagong
This is the year that her coach predicted would be Evonne's real coming-out, and the chimes are sounding

32 Cut 'n Run Versus the Big Gun
Ali says he is razor-sharp, which discloses his strategy against the power of champion George Foreman

Pro Basketball 1974/1975

40 Off on the Wrong Foot
42 The Sky Hook—Stop-Action Photographs
47 Havlicek—The Green Running Machine
60 Scouting Reports on the NBA and ABA

96 A Coming of Age
Secretariat ran his last race just one year ago, a fast finish to a career that had a relatively slow start

The departments

20 Scorecard
73 Radio/TV
74 College Football
82 Boating
90 Hockey
115 For the Record
117 19th Hole

Credits on page 115

Cover design by Donald Moss


Next week

No argument that Oklahoma has one of the best football teams around. Should probation prevent it from claiming the national title? Ray Kennedy discusses the pros and cons.

FOR SHAME! cried some when the Utah Stars signed Moses Malone straight out of high school. The tall young man, Pat Putnam reports, seems to be learning his lessons fast.

His word is gospel. Dr. Kenneth Cooper, who argues that aerobics exercise can lead to a good life, has some powerful believers. Kenny Moore visits his plush Dallas clinic.