Booktalk
As I Did It
Ali
Once More To The Well
Muhammad Ali left them roaring with a marvelous last-round rally against game Earnie Shavers, but one day soon the champ will reach down and come up empty
PELE PELE PELE
The legendary Brazilian retired again, this time before a crowd whose size was both a tribute to him and a part of his legacy
Aggie-Ny
Aspen
THE LAND OF PETER PAN
Not to mention the fearless Slats Cabbage, the Ruggerfesters and just about everybody. Aspen is where sporting folks have found the Mountain of Youth
Boundary Waters
PASSIONATE SUITORS FOR A WILD PARADISE
Minnesota is split, Congressmen from the same party are pushing opposing bills, tempers are erupting—over what is best for a matchless million acres
Football
The mightiest of the Highs
New York's Monsignor Farrell went all the way to Cincinnati for the experience of meeting the No. 1 high school team, and Moeller made it all too unforgettable
TV/Radio
Baseball's Week
Nature
Their yen for bluefin
To satisfy the Japanese demand for raw tuna, a detective story writer has created a farm in Nova Scotia where 1,000-pound gamefish are fattened for slaughter
Motor Sports
Pro Football
Horses
Taking a quantum jump
Trying to boost their sport into the big time, organizers of the American Jumping Derby offered a $73,000 purse and got Linda Blair to award the blue ribbon
Steinbrenner
YANKEE CLIPPER
No, not Joltin' Joe but George Steinbrenner, who has put the Yanks back in trim from head to hose. It hasn't been clear sailing; he's been buffeted by his manager, his players and the feds
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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