Nov. 17, 1975
Nov. 17, 1975

Table of Contents
Nov. 17, 1975

Ocean Battle
A Long Shadow
College Football
Horse Racing
Kid Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 Wanted: No More Mayhem
The time is long overdue for hockey to stop encouraging vicious behavior
by Ray Kennedy

This is an article from the Nov. 17, 1975 issue

22 A Steel Bit Drills Them
Things looked bad, but with 38 seconds left the Steelers hit pay dirt on the Oilers
by Ron Reid

24 Battle of the Beverages
Brazilian coffee won Key West's offshore powerboat showdown over a Dry Martini
by Coles Phinizy

32 Pursued by a Long Shadow
With John Wooden retired, Gene Bartow must coach against a legend at UCLA
by Sam Moses

40 Darrell Should Win as Often
Compared to the coach of the Longhorns, Texas A&I's Gil Steinke is true royalty
by Edwin Shrake

50 Easy as One Two Ski
After years of going downhill, the sport comes up with a new technique
by Anita Verschoth

86 Taking the Fun Out
Obsessed adults in little league football can wring the game dry of its joys
by John Underwood

The Departments

11 Scorecard
60 College Football
70 Horse Racing
78 Tennis
103 For the Record
104 19th Hole

Cover Photograph by Dan Baliotti

Credits on page 103


Next Week

A grand tour of some of the hotbeds of college basketball is being made by the Russian national team. Joe Jares reports on the Soviets' series with Olympian implications.

Those were the days, recalled yesterday's tennis heroes at this year's Forest Hills. George Plimpton listened and recorded their reminiscences along with some sharp judgments.