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CONTENTS

Sept. 26, 1977
Sept. 26, 1977

Table of Contents
Sept. 26, 1977

Cowboys
Hit Parade
Cup Of Tea
Dodger Fans
Bruce Jenner
College Football
Baseball
Swimming
Horse Racing
The Great Gunther
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

Roger, Over and In 18
After Dallas and Minnesota bumbled and fumbled for 60 minutes, Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to a sudden-death win
by Dan Jenkins

This is an article from the Sept. 26, 1977 issue

March of the Hit Paraders 22
Seven champs kept their crowns in a bang-up week, which showed that boxing's problem may be a shortage of contenders
by Pat Putnam

A Cup of Tea 26
For Ted Turner and the men of Courageous, turning back the Aussies in the America's Cup was just a piece of cake
by Coles Phinizy

Sounding Like a Broken Record 36
With every roaring crowd, the Dodgers set a big league attendance mark as they head to the heretofore unthinkable three million
by Ron Fimrite

But First, This Commercial 42
Having been run up the flagpole and saluted, Bruce Jenner is all set to make big bucks as a blow-dried Jack Armstrong
by Barry McDermott

The Greatest Showman on Earth 82
He is Gunther Gebel-Williams, a lion tamer who doesn't tame lions, a man so brave he put both his wives in the same act
by Curry Kirkpatrick

The Departments

Scorecard 13
Football's Week 50
Baseball's Week 62
Swimming 72
Horse Racing 78
For the Record 95
19th Hole 96

Credits on page 95

Cover photograph by James Drake

Next Week

Something's gotta give when Oklahoma, which has scored 87 points in two games this season, meets Ohio State, which has given up only seven. John Underwood reports on the collision between the unmovables and the unstoppables.

Something always gives when the Raiders and the Steelers meet—an immaculate reception by Franco Harris, a wipeout of Lynn Swann by George Atkinson, slander suits and countersuits. Dan Jenkins is in the press box at Three Rivers.