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November 16, 1970 | Volume 33, Issue 20

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Calvin Murphy Cover - Sports Illustrated November 16, 1970

November 16, 1970
BASKETBALL—ABA: The CAROLINA Cougars won their first game of the season last week, but it proved a shattering experience. Pittsburgh's 6'6" rookie Charlie Hentz dunked two shots near the end of...

November 16, 1970
Charles Boswell of Birmingham sank the first hole in one in his 25 years of golfing, using a six-iron on the 141-yard 14th at Vestavia CC in his home town. Earlier this year, in Greensboro, N.C.,...

November 16, 1970
6—H. Lane Stewart18—illustration by Don Moss19—Walter Iooss Jr.20, 21—top, Carl Iwasaki, John D. Hanlon, Walter Iooss Jr.; bottom, Walter Iooss Jr. (2), John D. Hanlon22, 24—Walter Iooss...

November 16, 1970
<b>MONDAY-NIGHT QUARTERBACKS</b>Sirs:After reading your article on the Monday-night hex (<i>TV Wins on Points</i>, Nov. 2), I think the players are acting like a bunch of crybabies...

November 16, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
BLACK ON WHITE

November 16, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Bowie Kuhn, baseball commissioner, in Detroit when the Michigan gubernatorial contest was still undetermined because of a foul-up with computerized-voting punch cards: "They're probably using my...

November 16, 1970 | Robert F. Jones
Only a masochist would claim that being a pro football running back is fun. On the contrary, it is proving to be the toughest and most painful of all positions. The duties are numerous, the risks...

November 16, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
<i>Given their chance by expansion, some undersized scramblers are making a place and a name for themselves in pro basketball. Their presence adds a new and welcome dimension to the sport of...

November 16, 1970
Argentina is the setting for the 1970 World Cup, and Dan Jenkins is there to do the translating as two-man teams of golfers from 44 nations square off in the land of Roberto.

November 16, 1970 | Pat Putnam
That's Bo Schembechler, the Wolverine coach, and though he and his men are sweethearts away from the game, they're a brutish bunch with the ball. They chilled Illinois en route to a date with Ohio...

November 16, 1970 | Martin Kane
<b>Joe Frazier plans to beat Bob Foster next week, and then Muhammad Ali, and then retire to his life's goal: oblivion</b>

November 16, 1970 | Melvin Maddocks
<b>To Colin Newell, virtually everything worthwhile consists of a motorcycle and somewhere to ride it. This is the story of how Colin got the way he is</b>

November 16, 1970 | Jule Campbell
It isn't all that dark, really; more of a silvery twilight from October to March. The area is bounded on the north by the absolute top of the world, with the chill Baltic lying to the south—and in...

November 16, 1970 | William Johnson
<b>The silence is supernatural. The days are dark and bitter cold, with an eerie twilight at noon. A relentless wind screams off the Norwegian Sea, inducing the melancholies of March. It is too...

November 16, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
No organization seems quite complete without at least one Johnson; it is a grand old name that goes a long way back. One of SI's resident Johnsons, Associate Editor William, figures that he goes...

November 16, 1970
The real Eddie Arcaro was present when they unveiled the replica Arcaro at the National Historical Wax Museum in Washington, and professed to be pretty pleased. The silks were fine and the stance...

November 16, 1970 | William F. Reed
Or else whistling past graveyards in the wild Southeastern Conference as everybody grabs for a New Year's plum. Once-beaten Auburn, LSU and Tennessee bowled along last week, but Ole Miss had a...

November 16, 1970 | Sandy Treadwell
<b>MIDWEST</b>

November 16, 1970 | Sandy Treadwell
THE LINEMAN: Linebacker David Jones of Baylor blocked a Texas punt and was in on 17 tackles—10 solo. They lost 21-14, but Jones and the Bears held the Longhorns' vaunted attack to meager yardage...

November 16, 1970 | Charles Goren
During my long and happy bridge career, I have had the good fortune to play as the partner of some of the world's greatest players. Two of them were women, and when my wins are finally totted up,...

November 16, 1970 | Hugh D. Whall
No starboard hatch cover and no port engine (the mechanic is down there fixing it), but this boat is bobbing toward victory with...

November 16, 1970 | Wilton Wynn
Who is this Carlos Monzón? Does he really deserve to be in the same ring with that handsome hero, Nino Benvenuti? For pizza's sake, can anyone beat Nino in Rome? Italian fans got all the answers...

November 16, 1970 | Bil Gilbert
The masked bobwhite, almost extinct, has been reestablished in a conservation program that even risks having the birds shot by hunters

November 16, 1970 | Alex Hawkins
<b>Or, the confessions of a pro footballer who played six positions in 10 years and did none of them justice</b>

November 16, 1970 | Alex Hawkins
In the second and concluding part, Alex the not-so-great relates how he became the team baby-sitter and how a poker game made him lose a $5,000 award.