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Ramming
RAMMING TO THE TOP
No ifs, ands or butts about it, the rambunctious Los Angeles Rams are the surprise of the NFL. Behind the nifty passing of John Hadl and a stout defense, they beat the Houston Oilers to remain undefeated
Playoffs
The Glen
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF DEATH
That was the philosophy of Fran√ßois Cevert—and after he was gone the world champion had much to ponder
Choo Choo
Pro Basketball
CHANGING THE GUARDS
And the forwards. And the centers. As the NBA and ABA start play, teams like the Knicks will be taking their last bows. Waiting anxiously in the wings are such youthful aspirants as the Nets
Big Things
TINY DOES VERY BIG THINGS
Although he's barely six feet small, Nate (Tiny) Archibald survived an upbringing in a ghetto to become the first to lead the NBA in scoring and assists in a single season.
People
College Football
No breaking this Parr
Colgate's Tom Parr, an unlikely looking quarterback, makes an inviting target, but every time he gets hit he bounces up to set another record
Golf
Horse Racing
Rule 12
'The Highest Accolade Is Silence'
So said Dolly Stark, a basketball official from a different era, and although the best pro refs now make $50,000 a year and lunch with bankers, nothing gratifies them more than the hush of the crowd
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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