September 10, 1972

Yesterday
Red Faces
RED FACES IN CANADA
In a week of Russian ups and downs, the biggest up was an upset in Montreal, where Soviet skaters left overconfident NHL stars black and blue and all of Canada blushing
Olympics
SAVED BY A VERY FAST WOTTLE
A tall young Ohioan wearing a golf cap beat the world's best in a dramatic 800-meter run to salvage something for U.S. track forces, whose first-week fortunes had been sinking sadly at the Olympic Games
College Football
No. 1 IS THE PUBLIC ENEMY
Everybody guns for Nebraska, which goes after its third straight national football championship. But there isn't a coach in the country who would not like to be confronted with Bob Devaney's problem
Baseball
New Tricks
NEW TRICKS FOR AN OLD BEAR
With more bowl teams and national titles than most coaches have years, Alabama's Bryant should be ready to retire. RETIRE? Why, he's Just learning what the game is all about
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments