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November 13, 1972 | Volume 37, Issue 20

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John Havlicek Cover - Sports Illustrated November 13, 1972

November 13, 1972
22, 23—John Iacono24—Wayne Wilson from Leviton-Atlanta, Neil Leifer25—Heinz Kluetmeier, Carl Iwasaki26, 27—James Drake28, 35—Heinz Kluetmeier36-38—Sheedy & Long59—Enrico Sarsini60—Culver...

November 13, 1972
Tom Douple, a sophomore at Hagerstown Junior College in Maryland, has been running in cross-country events for only two years but has won 11 consecutive 4.2-mile races this season. He has set one...

November 13, 1972
AUTO RACING—PARNELLI JONES bounced a Ford Bronco nearly the length of Baja California in 16 hours 47 minutes 35 seconds to win the Mexican 1,000 (page 28).

November 13, 1972
Sirs:Congratulations for doing your usual fine job of covering the World Series (, Oct. 30). Once again it was demonstrated that good pitching dominates, and while that of both teams was excellent...

November 13, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

November 13, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ed Shubert, Drexel University linebacker: "When I get a chance, I like to knock a guy's head off. Then I look into his eyes to see how he feels."

November 13, 1972 | Tex Maule

November 13, 1972 | Peter Carry
Boston has always been renowned for its supersubs. First there was Frank Ramsey. Then came John Havlicek, now a superstar. Today there is Paul Silas, who has the Celts off to a super start

November 13, 1972 | Robert F. Jones

November 13, 1972 | Richard W. Johnston

November 13, 1972
To the victor of the crucial game between LSU and Alabama goes a lock on a conference championship and a clear shot at the national title. Roy Blount Jr. observes.

November 13, 1972 | Roy Blount

November 13, 1972 | Mark Kram
...or so a holy man said: If the Colosseum falls, Rome will also. Well, the old stadium is crumbling, and somebody better do something

November 13, 1972
Bill Battle, Tennessee's young head football coach (age 30), took his squad to a Friday night movie, as customary. Much less customarily, the film turned out to be something of a sizzler. "Tell...

November 13, 1972 | Dan Jenkins
Sure, Nebraska is awesome, brutal, all those things, but what has really shattered opponents for three years is the brilliance of Johnny Rodgers, whose punt returns and pass receptions can mean...

November 13, 1972 | Larry Keith

November 13, 1972 | Larry Keith
THE BACK: Elusive Johnny Rodgers of Nebraska caught four David Humm passes, one for a 10-yard touchdown, to increase his career total to a Big Eight-record 134. Rodgers also returned four punts...

November 13, 1972 | Pat Putnam
Some scoffed when Stanley Dancer sat down to drive 3-year-old Super Bowl against older champs like Une de Mai—for two minutes

November 13, 1972 | Ellington White

November 13, 1972 | George Plimpton