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November 02, 1970 | Volume 33, Issue 18

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 02, 1970

November 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
HIGH OCTANESomeone asked a yippie what he thought of the Indianapolis 500 and the yippie said, "They're all innocent."

November 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Dave McNally, Baltimore Orioles' pitcher, who has been a 20-game winner for three straight seasons: "One of these years I may ask for $100,000—and that might be next January."

November 02, 1970 | Robert H. Boyle
<i>Monday night's pro football games grab boffo ratings and smart bettors have made a big killing, but nudies, saloons and players are all hurting</i>

November 02, 1970 | Mark Kram
By destroying Jerry Quarry in three rounds, Muhammad Ali proved he was ready for the showdown match with Joe Frazier

November 02, 1970 | Pat Putnam
<i>Small-college football has its own big time, like Arkansas (State) and Texas (A&amp;I). As for tiny Wittenberg, it only asks: Who are those Buckeyes?</i>

November 02, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
<i>The beleaguered owner of the Washington Senators has a thing about stormy petrels. He expects them to get him out of trouble</i>

November 02, 1970
Who's no. 1 is a question football fans discuss with vehemence. Dan Jenkins adds some light, and perhaps some heat, as he assesses Ohio State, Texas and Notre Dame.

November 02, 1970 | Dick Miles
<b> And in this corner stands the author, an expert in his own right as 10-time winner of the U.S. Table Tennis championships, who may have played his last match. He fully expects to be the...

November 02, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
A masthead is the place where a magazine lists the members of its staff. The masthead on your right is something of a collector's item for members of this staff because on it Richard W. Johnston's...

November 02, 1970 | Mary Hemingway
<b>If you pine for penguins and seals, then a Lindblad winter trip to the continent of Antarctica is the answer to your fondest dreams</b>

November 02, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
They slung, did Jim Plunkett of Stanford and Dennis Dummit of UCLA, but the defenses swung even better. As a result, three Indian field goals featured a 9-7 ball game that left undecided all kinds...

November 02, 1970 | Gwilym S. Brown

November 02, 1970 | Gwilym S. Brown
THE BACK: Defensive Halfback Rick Lewis scored twice and set up a third with an interception as Georgia Tech beat Tulane 20-6. His TDs came in the fourth quarter on a 30-yard run with a fumble and...

November 02, 1970 | Brock Yates
All-terrain vehicles are the latest symptom of America's motor mania. These go-anywhere bathtubs on wheels carry a deer out of the woods or a dear into them with equal élan, and builders predict a...

November 02, 1970 | Walter Bingham
The heavy rain that had drenched Topeka, Kans. all day stopped toward late afternoon, leaving the streets full of puddles. A raw October wind made winter seem near, and indeed, as it became dark...

November 02, 1970 | Peter Carry
The state of Oregon is trying to make up its mind about a group of strangers with odd names like...Geoff Who? and Mod Todd

November 02, 1970 | Pat Ryan
<i>Trophies, those shiny artifacts of sport, often have checkered histories. But be their past one of theft, fire, burial or deceit, the winners who receive them always glory</i>...<b>IN...

November 02, 1970
BASKETBALL—ABA: Whatever talent may have been lost when Rick Barry and Warren Armstrong were dealt away by the VIRGINIA Squires has not kept them from winning their first five games. The success...

November 02, 1970
George Kyser, All-League middle linebacker for the Kenai (Alaska) high school football team, averaged 17 tackles a game, with a high of 29, during Kenai's recently completed seven-game schedule....

November 02, 1970
4—H. Lane Stewart14, 15—Rich Clarkson17—left, Roy DeCarava21—Jerry Cabluck22—Don Uhrbrock, Tony Tomsic23—Sheedy & Long, Don Uhrbrock, Wayne Wilson from Leviton-Atlanta24—Wayne Wilson, Sheedy...

November 02, 1970
THE SERIESSirs:I would like to congratulate William Leggett for his very fine article on the World Series (Flying Start for the Big Bad Birds, Oct. 19). I especially liked the pictures. I felt as...