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September 06, 1971 | Volume 35, Issue 10

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Jackie Stewart Cover - Sports Illustrated September 06, 1971

September 06, 1971 | Dan Jenkins

September 06, 1971 | Joe Jares
Once, when her two older brothers forced her to retrieve her own wayward tee shots from a Florida water hazard, she was nipped by an alligator. (When her mother disputes this, saying she was...

September 06, 1971 | Edwin Shrake
Buffalo's new offense—O.J. right, O.J. left and, occasionally, O.J. up the middle—is O.K. by O.J.

September 06, 1971 | Ron Fimrite
Faced with a staggering deficit, Philadelphia is eliminating sports in all its schools, and Mark Shedd, among other city officials, is braced for trouble

September 06, 1971 | William F. Reed

September 06, 1971
College football moves on stage once again as bands, cheerleaders and teams get ready for what promises to be an exciting season. Dan Jenkins discusses the increasing burdens of the coach; then...

September 06, 1971
What goes up—in the spectacular world of offshore powerboat racing—always comes down hard. In November the "Double-O-Seven" of Britain's brave Tommy Sopwith, scion of the Tommy who built the...

September 06, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
Along the Brooklyn waterfront they still remember a rum-running boat called The Cigarette. Long, lean and rapid, she was built by one Benny Higgins for thirsty Irish-American free-enterprisers...

September 06, 1971
Now, how can a guy hope to become a hero as a University of New Mexico fullback when he knows that every sports headline writer is secretly hoping he never makes the starting lineup? Well, never...

September 06, 1971 | Charles Einstein
A funny thing happens to the San Francisco Giants on their way out of Candlestick Park. They are followed, frequently for thousands of miles. The followers belong to an organization known as the...

September 06, 1971 | Don Delliquanti
AL EAST

September 06, 1971 | Whitney Tower
Even Saratoga's oldtimers could remember nothing like it. More than four inches of rain poured down on their beautiful track last week in the 36 hours that preceded Saturday's Hopeful Stakes for...

September 06, 1971 | Hugh Whall
Booming about between races and business deals, world champ Jackie Stewart is the best, and busiest, driver of all. He wins most, loses a few—as he did in his Can-Am car above—but he has...

September 06, 1971 | William F. Reed
The top U.S. swimmers were in Houston last week for the national championships and, as has so often happened in the past, the topmost turned out to be Mark Spitz, who won four titles and set two...

September 06, 1971 | Clive Gammon

September 06, 1971
AUTO RACING—PETER REVSON won the Road America race at Elkhart Lake, Wis. for Team McLaren's fourth victory in six Can-Am races this season (page 43).

September 06, 1971
12-14—H. Lane Stewart15—James Drake17—Wayne Wilson from Leviton-Atlanta18—John Iacono20, 21—Philadelphia Inquirer, James Purring22—Grey Villet-LIFE26—Tony Triolo36—UPI, AP40—UPI43—Eric...

September 06, 1971
Jim Henry, 30, Of Waitsfield, Vt., won the National Whitewater Open Canoe Championships (downriver) on Maine's Dead River. Racing a 16½' canoe he designed and built himself, Henry completed the...

September 06, 1971
CANADIAN BACONSirs:Congratulations on an entertaining and humorous article concerning our Canadian Football League (Dodging the Draft in Canada, Aug. 23). I was very surprised but glad to see at...

September 06, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
BAD DEAL

September 06, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Ed Murphy, assistant basketball coach at New Mexico State, on modern vs. old-time recruiting: "Twenty years ago all you had to do was tell a mother how good her pecan pie was and you got her...

September 06, 1971 | Carolyn See
The California coastline between Los Angeles and San Francisco is a rich and variegated bag. Beyond the weathered chic of upper Malibu, the northbound traveler encounters such delights as the...