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Bye-Bye
BYE-BYE, No. 1
Ohio State was the best in the nation, Ohio State was possible Super Bowl material—but Michigan crushed the Buckeyes 24-12 and proved that even Rex Kern is human
Nino's Hook
JUST LIKE A GREEN BAY TREE
Handball's saintly statesmen felt that wickedness was indeed flourishing when swinger Paul Haber won the singles championship. Last weekend in Birmingham they tried hard to exorcise himself
For Memory's Sake
THE RAMS WIN ONE FOR MEMORY'S SAKE
L.A. beat Dallas in what may be a preview of the NFL title game, and the Rams know the Cowboys will remember it if they meet again. But Dallas knows L.A. won't forget that Cal Hill didn't play
College Basketball
THE TOP 20 TEAMS
Not in four years has anybody dared pick against UCLA. Even with Lew Alcindor gone, to do so now is still chancy. John Wooden's teams have always been good and this year's edition is no exception. But the Gamecocks of South Carolina, an almost all-New York team, and the Aggies of New Mexico State, not to mention Purdue with Rick Mount, may have enough finesse and—most of all—enough desire to unseat college basketball's biggest winner
College Football
People
Hockey
Baseball
Longest Silence
The Longest Silence
Interminable waiting—unproductive hours on steaming waters under a hot sun—can lead a man from fantasy to frustration when the fish finally show, then spook. But the spellbreaker—the permit's take of the fly—is the ultimate fishing experience
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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