Oct. 13, 1975
Oct. 13, 1975

Table of Contents
Oct. 13, 1975

The Juice
  • Currently off to the most electrifying start ever by an NFL runner, O. J. Simpson is threatening to gain 2,500 yards this season. Meanwhile, he and his Bills teammates have been shocking their opposition

Casey Stengel—An Appreciation
College Football
Motor Sports
Pro Football
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


20 'Lawdy, Lawdy, He's Great'
So said Joe Frazier of Muhammad Ali, but it applied to them both in Manila
by Mark Kram

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28 The Juice is Turned On
What do they call O.J.'s line? The Electric Company. It's a powerful bunch
by Dan Jenkins

36 Everybody Saw Red
Cincinnati took two from the Pirates and the Sox did a two-step, too
by Ray Kennedy and Ron Fimrite

42 Affairs of the Heart
Remembrance of World Series Past and the backseat of a great aunt's Studebaker
by Ron Fimrite

48 Babe: An Unreal Pro
To make it in the Depression, Didrikson faced the Red Sox and imitated a locomotive
by William Oscar Johnson and Nancy Williamson

84 Down with Work!
Wanted: M/F to play. Need no experience. Apply at Play Factory, Emporia, Kans.
by Bil Gilbert

The Departments

15 Scorecard
41 Baseball
58 College Football
67 Motor Sports
72 Pro Football
80 Pro Basketball
101 For the Record
102 19th Hole

Credits on page 101

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer


Next Week

The Icemen Cometh as does our annual hockey issue, in which Mark Mulvoy reveals that the battles for survival in the front offices are as rough-and-tumble as the skirmishes on skates.

Sooner or later Oklahoma's undefeated streak—now 33—will be broken, and the Texas Longhorns, unbeaten so far this year, may do the busting. Joe Jares sits tall in the pressbox.