September 10, 1979

Booktalk
Footloose
Bert Jones
OH, NO, NOT AGAIN!
Baltimore's stock dropped when Quarterback Bert Jones, who was sidelined for most of the 1978 season, suffered yet another injury to his right shoulder in the Colts' loss to Kansas City
Cosmos
College Football '79
RUNNING FOR THE VOTE
The race is on: the incumbent, Oklahoma's Billy Sims, who won the 1978 Heisman, vs. the worthy opponent, Charles White, a superb campaigner backed by the No. 1 USC machine
THE BEASTLY DAYS OF AUTUMN
Pageantry in pro football is an end zone full of Suzanne Somers look-alike contest winners breathing deeply for the TV cameras. In college football it is the people in the stadium who get their breath taken away when an animal mascot—like Colorado's buffalo, Ralphie—takes the field
Golf
Baseball
Rockne
Yesterday
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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