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Dec. 09, 1974
Dec. 09, 1974

Table of Contents
Dec. 9, 1974

Bucks
Earthquake
College Basketball
College Football
Fishing
Boxing
Baseball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

22 Return of Old Goggle-Eyes
Abdul-Jabbar is back with the Bucks, sporting a new look and solving at least the biggest of their problems

This is an article from the Dec. 9, 1974 issue

26 Cowboys Call on the Mad Bomber
On the brink of elimination from the playoffs, Dallas turned to a rookie quarterback for salvation

28 Board and Vroom on the Big Ones
Riding waves of record size, Hawaii's Reno Abellira won the world surfing championship at Waimea Bay

30 That California Earthquake
It lasted 17 minutes and when it was over, USC was on solid ground and Notre Dame was buried

38 Captain King Keeps 'em Flying
In her new role as diving coach and crusader, Micki shows the same spirit that carried her to a gold medal

52 Chicago: The Once and Future Bears
An inquiry into a vigorous city's love-hate relationship with what once was the best team in pro football

98 Waltzing Matilda
The author of that rollicking ballad became Australia's best-loved poet, but his own first love was horse racing

The departments

19 Scorecard
66 TV/Radio
69 College Basketball
75 College Football
79 Fishing
85 Boxing
93 Cross-Country
94 Baseball
109 For the Record
110 19th Hole

Credits on page 109

Cover photograph by Sheedy & Long

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