Yesterday/Quitter
A Quitter Wins the Derby
Everybody except his jockey had given up on Humorist, whose courage was more than skin deep
Joe And The Jets
JOE BITES THE ASTRODUST
After two smashing wins, the Jets got ambushed in Houston and now must open at home against Miami, the only NFL team left unbeaten
WAKING UP FROM A NIGHTMARE
Three astonishing game-winning goals by a mystery man gave the Canadians a narrow victory over Russia in their historic series, thus retrieving a measure of dignity for some anguished icemen
National Pastime
Charlie O.
CHARLIE O. EYES A PENNANT OR THREE
There is no end to the charm—or head-chopping propensities—of Charles O. Finley, whose A's won the American League West last week to set an example for his TAMs and Seals
Hockey 72/73
Money Makes the Puck Go
After a convulsive summer in which salaries soared and pride plummeted, the NHL lakes the ice at war with a brush new league that has bought some of its big sticks
People
College Football
Fresh breezes through a mausoleum
Ohio State fans have cheered for many outstanding runners in the 50-year history of massive Ohio Stadium, but none more exciting than Archie Griffin, a young freshman who last week had the old joint jumping
Boxing
Before the shower, deluge
Ron Lyle, once convicted of killing a man, rained his combinations on the bulbous form of Buster Mathis to become a serious contender himself
Harness Racing
Titanic
SOUNDINGS FROM TITANIC
A legendary personality who for half a century has been a figure of gambling fact and fable at last tells the tall tales of his sporting life
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments