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November 15, 1971 | Volume 35, Issue 20

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 15, 1971

November 15, 1971
24—Heinz Kluetmeier25—Fred Kaplan-Black Star (2), UPI29—Sheedy & Long30—Sheedy & Long, Rich Clarkson32, 33—John Pineda-Miami Herald (3), Charles Trainor-Miami News (2)53—Neil Leifer54,...

November 15, 1971
Patricia Hanlon, 17, of Rockville Centre, N.Y., amassed an unprecedented 104 points for one season's competition and was selected Gymnast of the Year by the New York Metropolitan AAU. She is the...

November 15, 1971
BASKETBALL—NBA: Milwaukee pushed its lead in the Midwest Division to three games over Chicago with three more wins, including a come-from-behind 104-102 victory over the Bulls, as Kareem Jab-bar,...

November 15, 1971
Sirs:Congratulations on realizing that the Ivy League has as much brawn as it does brains. Your acknowledgment of Cornell's Ed Marinaro (, Nov. 1) was very much deserved. It has been a long time...

November 15, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
BLOOD SPORT

November 15, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Tom Workman, former NBA-ABA basketball player: "They tell you to join the NBA and see all the big cities: New York with all the lights, San Francisco with its night life, San Diego's sunshine....

November 15, 1971 | Peter Carry

November 15, 1971 | Ron Fimrite

November 15, 1971 | John Underwood

November 15, 1971 | A. D. Livingston

November 15, 1971
A battle of unbeatens pits Auburn, with its high-powered offense that has scored 271 points, against a tough Georgia defense that has yielded only 53. Pat Putnam is on hand.

November 15, 1971
None of this seemed remotely possible back in May 1966 when the International Olympic Committee assembled in Rome to select the site for the 1972 Winter Games. Beautiful Banff, Canada was the...

November 15, 1971 | William Johnson
Winter on Hokkaido is not a frivolous season. Blizzards arrive continuously on the shrieking winds that blow over the Sea of Japan, rising fully finished from the Siberian wastes across the way,...

November 15, 1971 | Bob Ottum
There ought to be special medals just for Olympic spectators this Feb. 3 to 13. Something suitable in gold for anyone who squeezes in to see all the events; a silver number for getting a confirmed...

November 15, 1971 | William F. Reed
Translated, at Charles William Post College on Long Island, Quarterback Gary Wichard is 'oll korrect,' meaning he can really throw a football, according to Yelberton Abraham Tittle, an old pro who...

November 15, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
EAST

November 15, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
THE BACK: Penn State senior Halfback Lydell Mitchell closed in on a college scoring record with five touchdowns against Maryland, giving him 21 for the season, just three shy of the NCAA mark set...

November 15, 1971 | Mark Mulvoy
In a shoot-out between cup rivals, the Canadiens cooled off Chicago

November 15, 1971 | Robert H. Boyle
Otis Taylor of the Kansas City Chiefs (89) has no peer at receiving a football—left-handed, right-handed or with his hands behind his back

November 15, 1971 | Ted Green
December 2, 1970. As I skated out to my right defense position for the Boston Bruins in Chicago Stadium, I was thinking: I wonder if this game will be better? Here we are, halfway through the...