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November 09, 1970 | Volume 33, Issue 19

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Joe Theismann Cover - Sports Illustrated November 09, 1970

November 09, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
The Bruins finally lost a game, and there was a stern searching of souls. But all was serene once the Hubmen cooled the Rangers

November 09, 1970 | Hugh D. Whall
John Dane III, that is, a fiery competitor who successfully defended the Douglas Cup collegiate match-racing championship in California by giving up just as many defeats as he had last year—none

November 09, 1970 | Jack Olsen
<i>Baltimore trounced Miami 35-0 last Sunday but the main bout took place off the field where the two owners, the Colts' Carroll Rosenbloom and the Dolphins' Joe Robbie, continued to wage their...

November 09, 1970
The worst player Alex Hawkins saw in his 10 years in the NFL was Alex Hawkins. In the first of two parts, the ex-Colt tells how he performed at six positions. Poorly.

November 09, 1970
Hilton Head, S.C. is a piece of tidewater real estate snugged up against the Atlantic coast near Savannah, where Yankee cannon harassed Confederate ships throughout the Civil War. Today it is the...

November 09, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
In the lagoons there are alligators on the alert for marsh-mallows. No one knows why they like them, or why anyone ever thought they might. Live oaks and elms are so thick in places that even in...

November 09, 1970 | John Underwood
<b>He is beaded, barefoot Scott Marcus of New York, and he has this insane idea that he can play varsity football and all other sports as well</b>

November 09, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
America's fascination with the automobile as a culture object has long been a matter of interest to this magazine and on occasion we have enjoyed probing and analyzing the love affair. What is it...

November 09, 1970 | Edwin Shrake
And the answer will be—no, not one of those teams up there on page 15—it will be Dartmouth, which last week shut out Yale in a battle between undefeated and, if you can believe it, nationally...

November 09, 1970 | William F. Reed
<b>EAST</b>

November 09, 1970 | William F. Reed
THE BACK: Fullback Steve Worster of Texas, a 6'1", 204-pound senior, scored four touchdowns in the Longhorns' 42-15 win over SMU. Worster now holds school career records for touchdowns (32) and...

November 09, 1970
SPORTING PARTIES IHosts of the Week are Fireball, Tobe, Chickenman, and possibly even Jarbo and Foo-Foo, for their postfight get-together in Atlanta, the one where some 200 guests were taken for...

November 09, 1970 | George Ferguson
Fifty-two fuel companies cooked up a rocket car to promote their products, hired an almost-astronaut to drive it and, one might say...

November 09, 1970 | Martin Kane
Soviet marksmen regain their old form in the world championships

November 09, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
As brother Bob says, "No Plager is hurt when he gets hit there." All three of them play defense for the St. Louis Blues, and their view of hockey is that you should whack the other guy before he...

November 09, 1970 | Robert Campbell
<b>Being an account of one pilgrim's journey toward True Reality with the object of his adoration, a Bugatti car—than which no woman could be more fickle or imperious—and of the terrible price...

November 09, 1970
Cover—Eric Schweikardt, Heinz Kluetmeier, Walter Iooss Jr.4—Julian Wasser—LIFE14—Arthur Shay, Tony Tomsic, Tony Triolo22—Tony Triolo23—Charles Trainor24—John D. Hanlon36, 37—Walter Iooss...

November 09, 1970
Demitrios Konstantinidis of Athens, Greece set school and league scoring records by booting in eight goals as Cate School of Carpinteria, Calif. romped to a 10-1 soccer victory over Ojai Valley....

November 09, 1970
BASKETBALL—NBA: Detroit's Pistons, on a nine-game winning streak and fresh from a 109-89 win over Baltimore, breezed into Manhattan on Halloween and ran into a five-headed creature called a...

November 09, 1970
TOXIC POLLUTANTSSirs:It was past time for SI to step forward with its article Poison Roams Our Coastal Seas (Oct. 26). The deadly pollution that is wreaking havoc on our coastal waters and their...

November 09, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
ANGRY MAN

November 09, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Ed Flanagan, Detroit Lions center, on Dick Butkus: "It's the biggest treat of the year playing against him. At half-time I just take two aspirins and we go at it again."

November 09, 1970 | Jane Gross
Snowmobiles, campers, trailers, surfboards, water skis and the latest in bikes and boats all offer prospective purchasers new ways to enjoy the outdoors. As has been fairly well established,...

November 09, 1970 | Larry Keith
There is no way of knowing what Amelia Jenks Bloomer, the 19th century precursor of today's militant bra burners, thought of the baseball teams that were named after her, or even if she ever saw...