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September 03, 1973 | Volume 39, Issue 10

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Bob Rigby Cover - Sports Illustrated September 03, 1973

September 03, 1973 | Edwin Shrake

September 03, 1973 | William Leggett
The Baltimore Orioles have run up a 13-game win streak—and all but run away from the rest of the American League East—using a speedy new offense and a pitcher who beetles opposing batters

September 03, 1973 | Ron Reid
Bubba Smith is alive and recuperating in Oakland, where he hopes his forays will arouse the fans to a murderous frenzy

September 03, 1973 | Mark Kram

September 03, 1973
College Football 1973 revives the perennial question—who's No. 1? But the Top 20, made up of teams from the leading conferences and major independents, do not play all the football across this...

September 03, 1973 | Frank Deford

September 03, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Lamar Hunt had extra lights turned on in Dallas' Texas Stadium last week so SPORTS ILLUSTRATED photographers could better shoot the pro soccer finals in color, but it is unlikely that he expected...

September 03, 1973 | Priit J. Vesilind

September 03, 1973
On their way to the Norwegian polar islands of Spitsbergen, 85-year-old Avery Brundage and his 37-year-old bride, Mariann Princess Reuss, stopped off at Tromso for a bit of sightseeing....

September 03, 1973 | Pat Jordan
Joan Joyce is 32 years old. She owns a travel agency in Trumbull, Conn. She has short reddish-brown hair, blue eyes, squarish shoulders and heavily muscled legs. She moves in that twitchy, loose...

September 03, 1973 | Ron Fimrite
AL EAST

September 03, 1973 | Pat Putnam
Delmonica Hanover won the $150,000 International, with the French entry, Une de Mai, third, and the Russian horse, Othello, a tragic last

September 03, 1973 | Dan Levin
What are they fishing for?" somebody asked. "Grasshoppers?" They might well have been, these people with fishing rods standing out there on dry land. But they were tournament casters, who do not...

September 03, 1973 | Hugh D. Whall
Single-handed, Jim Hahn let it all hang out to win the O'Day Trophy

September 03, 1973 | Whitney Tower
In a year of the vanishing 2-year-olds, undistinguished Gusty O'Shay, who just three months earlier could have been claimed for $5,000, went off at 9 to 1 and led all the way to top a field of...

September 03, 1973 | Larry Merchant

September 03, 1973
BASEBALL—Tainan City of TAIWAN won its third consecutive Little League World Series with a 12-0 rout of Tucson. Huang Ching-Huy struck out 16 for his team's third straight no-hitter.

September 03, 1973
16, 17—John G. Zimmerman18—John Iacono19—John G. Zimmerman20, 21—James Drake22—Walter Iooss Jr.45—London Daily Express-Pictorial Parade, UPI46—Herb Scharfman54—Roosevelt Raceway56—John...

September 03, 1973
Lisa Derousie, a freshman at Roosevelt Junior High in Port Angeles, Wash., gained her third straight national girls 13-and-under badminton championship. She has also been a doubles champ since...

September 03, 1973
STEELER ZEALSirs:The Immaculate Reception and Other Miracles (Aug. 20) reveals to the whole country why Myron Cope is himself rapidly becoming an institution in this city, rivaled in wackiness...

September 03, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
FUN AND GAMES OR WHAT?

September 03, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•John McKay, Southern California football coach: "Behind every fired college coach stands a college president."