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October 19, 1970 | Volume 33, Issue 16

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Boog Powell Cover - Sports Illustrated October 19, 1970

October 19, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer

October 19, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•A bearded, bare-chested construction worker to Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn when he toured the site of the Philadelphia Phillies' nearly completed—but six-month-late—new stadium: "You won't...

October 19, 1970 | William Leggett
It was the Series everybody wanted between baseball's two best teams, but the Orioles took something away from the script when they hit a little harder and pitched a little better to get away winging

October 19, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Oklahoma was victim No. 24 as Steve Worster & Co. stretched the longest win streak

October 19, 1970 | William Johnson
The crash of a chartered airplane carrying a college team was tragedy enough, but the grief has been intensified by a maze of evidence that indicates the accident should never have happened

October 19, 1970 | Jack Olsen
<i>He is Joe Kapp, wandering quarterback, and last week he was in Kansas City, playing for the Boston Patriots, who are in deep trouble. Despite Kapp, the Pats lost, but wait until the new boy...

October 19, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
<b>A long look forward through the rosters of the NHL and a short look backward by a winning—and now disillusioned—coach make NHL hockey in 1970 seem like a one-man game</b>

October 19, 1970
Pro Basketball celebrates its 25th anniversary with three new teams in four new divisions, prospects of a Milwaukee dynasty and pursuit of the fruits of the merger.

October 19, 1970 | Harry Sinden
<b> Even before he brought the Bruins to their Stanley Cup triumph, Boston's young coach knew he would not be around long to share their success. Here he tells about winning-and...

October 19, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
When the National Hockey League first expanded southward and westward, fans in the new cities tended to cheer themselves hoarse every time a forward went charging alone down the ice and to groan...

October 19, 1970
Did the students riot when Coach Bob Delle insisted that the football team get haircuts? Did they burn down Twisp (Wash.) High School, demonstrate, strike or maybe seize the principal's office?...

October 19, 1970 | Art Rosenbaum
On a madcap day out West the Jim Plunkett Indians declined to lose to favored Southern California, and the UCLA Bruins failed to defeat underdog Oregon. That means Stanford should go to the Rose...

October 19, 1970 | William F. Reed

October 19, 1970 | William F. Reed
THE LINEMAN: Linebacker Jeff Siemon led Stanford's defense in the 24-14 upset of previously unbeaten Southern California. Siemon, 6'2" and 220 pounds, made seven unassisted tackles and helped in...

October 19, 1970 | William F. Reed
Joe O'Brien went to the Lexington Trots with a handful of his own horses and set the Grand Circuit on its ear with his catch drives

October 19, 1970 | Kim Chapin
Victory-starved Lee Roy Yarbrough outlasted faster rivals to win a big race for Mercury at Charlotte, N.C.

October 19, 1970 | Harold Peterson
<i>Skimming over the gentle landscape in the gondola of a balloon, shedding earthbound troubles like so much ballast, a young man has some thoughts to offer to the grounded</i>

October 19, 1970
BASKETBALL—JACK LANGER, Yale basketball player whose appearance at Tel Aviv's Maccabiah Games last season led to the Elis being placed on two-year probation by the NCAA, quit the team, saying he...

October 19, 1970
Cover: top, Herb Scharfman, James Drake; center, Herb Scharfman; bottom, Herb Scharfman, Tony Triolo4—Dick Raphael15—Tony Triolo16—top (2), Herb Scharfman; bottom (2), Neil Leifer17—Neil...

October 19, 1970
Samuel Snead, 58, of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., shot a hole in one at the 163-yard 18th hole of the White Course at Greenbrier, where he is the club professional. The ace, hit with a...

October 19, 1970
EASTERN DOWNFALLSirs:Granted that Penn State was beaten by a highly inspired and extremely fine Colorado squad (For Easterners, Prospecting Doesn't Pay Off, Oct. 5). But for the past three years...