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CONTENTS

Dec. 06, 1976
Dec. 06, 1976

Table of Contents
Dec. 6, 1976

Steelers
Brad Park
Newport Whiz-Bang
College Football
College Hockey
College Basketball
Cross-Country
  • HAVING RUN 110 MILES A WEEK AT 7,000 FEET IN NEW MEXICO, RICK ROJAS CRUISED OVER PHILADELPHIA'S HILLY FAIRMOUNT COURSE TO WIN THE AAU CHAMPIONSHIP

Touch Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

30 Smashing Through the Snow
The Pittsburgh avalanche rolled over Cincinnati, but there's tough sledding to the playoffs
by Dan Jenkins

This is an article from the Dec. 6, 1976 issue

34 He Was Caught Napping
Owner Gerry Cheevers slept while Royal Ski won the Remsen. He had the night shift
by William Leggett

36 Tony Did His Number
On stage before an unappreciative Penn State audience, Pitt's Mr. Dorsett starred again
by Douglas S. Looney

38 Boston's Favorite Park
It's not Fenway, but Brad—who has led the upstart Bruins to the best record in the NHL
by Jerry Kirshenbaum

44 That Big Latin Beat
Coming up the hard way, Latin American fighters now hold 16 of the 25 world championships
by Pat Putnam

59 A Whiz at Whizzing Birds
A VAPS—Van Alen Pheasant Shoot—is brought to you by the man who wants VASSS for tennis
by Virginia Kraft

100 The Snake Doesn't Rattle
Don Prudhomme, drag racing's top driver, just keeps rolling up wins with his Funny Car
by Bruce Newman

The Departments

27 Scorecard
71 College Football
78 College Hockey
85 College Basketball
90 Surfing
95 Cross-Country
96 Touch Football
119 For the Record
120 19th Hole

Credits on page 119

Cover photograph by Waller Iooss Jr.

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Next Week

Mountain man Bill Walton has himself and his game together. The massive Trail Blazer center leads the NBA in both rebounds and blocked shots and is hale, hearty and happy. Curry Kirkpatrick reports.

High in the rockies at Vail it was a perfect day for skiing. Then came the ominous rumbles from Gondola II carrying skiers up the mountain and everything went wrong. William Oscar Johnson reconstructs a tragedy.