NFL Championship
THE POINT OF SOME RETURN
On the verge of defeat at the hands of fate and a fanatical Baltimore defense, the favored Packers turned the playoff game around and, in sudden-death overtime, won a shot at the Browns
AFL Championship
THE BILLS COME STORMING IN
When Buffalo finished belaboring the once-wonderful San Diego offense and scoring a few points of its own, the Bills not only had their second AFL championship but also the first shutout in title play
The Bowls
People
Track
Land rush down under to overtake a record
The season broke out early in New Zealand and Australia as Kenya's effervescent Kipchoge Keino and an agonizing Wagnerian from East Germany, Jürgen May, went far out to prove the mile mark is for breaking
Pro Basketball
A race in the West, a shoo-in in the East
Baltimore's new coach and an old hand at center have the Bullets pressing the Lakers, with the Warriors expected to move up. But Boston has started to show that the only games it has to fear are in the playoffs
Berkeley
TO THE BIG GAME AND TO THE BARRICADES
The hawkers of protest have made the University of California at Berkeley a symbol of campus unrest. Far more typical are the students whose interests embrace both education and revolt, both football and Vietnam. They make Cal exciting and stimulating
Basketball's Week
Basketball's Week
It was a week that some very good teams would just as soon forget. The unpredictable rigors of the road proved to be too much for unbeaten St. Joseph's, Providence, Wichita State, Minnesota and Colorado State. They all lost for the first time—away from home—while powerful Michigan succumbed twice, more or less expectedly to Duke and quite unexpectedly to little Butler. But despite the usual vagaries of college basketball a baker's dozen major teams nervously managed to survive. After four weeks of play Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Auburn, Bradley, Iowa, DePaul, Dayton, Temple, Syracuse, Brigham Young, Utah, Washington State and Texas Western were still undefeated
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)