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CONTENTS

Jan. 03, 1977
Jan. 03, 1977

Table of Contents
Jan. 3, 1977

NFL Playoffs
Fight Game
Road Trip
College Basketball
Skiing
  • By William Oscar Johnson

    All their expenses paid, the top European stars came to Wisconsin for the first U.S. Nordic World Cup event and were dazzled by the hoopla and tough trails

Olympics
Gallantly Screaming
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

12 Revenge for the Raiders
Oakland ground down the champion Steelers and now battles Minnesota in Super Bowl XI
by Robert F. Jones and Dan Jenkins

This is an article from the Jan. 3, 1977 issue

18 The Baby Face Can Fool You
Apprentice Jockey Steve Cauthen, who turned 16 on Derby Day, is winning big in New York
by William Leggett

20 Keeping Boxing Afloat
Don King's U.S. Boxing Championship bouts start this month aboard the U.S.S. Lexington
by Mark Kram

24 One More for the Road
For NBA players the season is a round robin of airport lounges, hotel lobbies and too-short beds
Photos by Walter Iooss Jr.

30 Tweet, It's Candid Recorder
Mikes at the ready, collectors of wildlife sounds are on the prowl among the birds and beasts
by Roy Bongartz

52 Gallantly Screaming
Love it or loathe it, the national anthem gets bellowed, blown or botched before most games
by J. D. Reed

The Departments

9 Scorecard
40 College Basketball
44 Skiing
46 Soccer
48 Hockey
50 Olympics
63 For the Record
64 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.

Credits on page 63

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Next Week

How sweet it is for Tony Dorsett and Pittsburgh if they beat Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. But if things go sour, Rose Bowl rivals USC and Michigan may play for top spot. John Underwood and Joe Jares report.

One lump or two is in store for such highly powered college basketball teams as Cincinnati, Georgia, Indiana and South Carolina as they collide in the Sugar Bowl Classic. Barry McDermott follows the action.