Sept. 29, 1975
Sept. 29, 1975

Table of Contents
Sept. 29, 1975

The Echoes
House Of Lords
College Football
Harness Racing
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 The Echoes Are Wide Awake
It's cheer, cheer for new Notre Dame as the Irish win twice in a week
by John Underwood

This is an article from the Sept. 29, 1975 issue Original Layout

18 As Much Play as Match
The U.S. team shot both birdies and the breeze while winning a Ryder laugher
by Dan Jenkins

20 No Roses for Joe
Despite his finely tuned knees and a new address, Namath wilted against Buffalo
by Mark Mulvoy

22 For Blood and Money
Ali and Frazier get rough as they prepare for their showdown in Manila
by Mark Kram

36 Good Show In the Hebrides
Two plucky salmon anglers defy tradition to win acceptance in the House of Lords
by Clive Gammon

64 Watch on the Ohio
The American Rhineland, seat of the Reds, has grand designs for October
by Frank Deford

The Departments

10 Scorecard
46 College Football
50 Harness Racing
55 Pro Football
59 Baseball
79 For the Record
80 19th Hole

Credits on page 79

Cover photographs by Heinz Kluetmeier


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