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


Ann Turbyne, 18, of Winslow, Maine, broke a women's world weight-lifting record in the 165-pound class, hoisting 410 pounds from a dead lift at the Eastern America Championships. She also has set a national girls' high school shotput record of 52'6½".

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Joan Moser, 28, a phys ed teacher from Glenside, Pa., was centerfielder for the Raybestos Brakettes, which won the women's fast-pitch title at Salt Lake City. She was also on the 10th-place U.S. team in the first women's world field hockey championships.

Johnny Roberts, 17, of Newark, N.J., holds four tumbling titles; state YMCA, state AAU, regional AAU and Eastern national, scoring the highest number of points in AAU history for junior and senior men. He also won at the U.S.-South Africa meet.

Roy Cooper, a junior at Southeast Oklahoma State, was named All-Around Cowboy by the American Junior Rodeo Association. He also became the third in his family to win a national collegiate calf-roping title, following his father (1949) and sister (1972).

Bob Hightower, 17, and Joel Milligan, 17, seniors at Baker-Victory High School in Lackawanna, N.Y., rushed for more than 100 yards apiece in each of this season's first three football games. Baker-Victory (3-0) leads the Smith Division of the Msgr. Martin Catholic Association. Hightower (6'2", 190 pounds) rushed for 404 yards in 43 carries and scored six times. A safety on defense, he has made 34 tackles. Milligan (6', 190 pounds) racked up 384 yards in 40 carries and made 45 tackles as a middle linebacker. They scored 64 of the team's 84 points.