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October 07, 1974 | Volume 41, Issue 15

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Jim Hunter Cover - Sports Illustrated October 07, 1974

October 07, 1974 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
A few were showing their competitive stuff and a lot more were just showing off, but everyone who finished the offshore course got a medal

October 07, 1974 | Giles Tippette

October 07, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf

October 07, 1974
20—Neil Leifer21-23—John G. Zimmerman24—Rich Clarkson25—Tony Tomsic27—Lane Stewart28-30—Al Satterwhite-Camera 536—Tony Triolo91—Melchior DiGiacomo121—Vanguard Photography (1)

October 07, 1974
Dorothy Porter, of Westmont, N.J., won the U.S. Senior Women's Golf Association championship, held in Buck Hill Falls, Pa., with a 230 for 54 holes, 17 strokes ahead of the runners-up. Porter was...

October 07, 1974
CHESS—After six games in their match in Moscow to determine the challenger for the world championship, ANATOLY KARPOV led his opponent, Viktor Korchnoi, 2-0. The other four games were draws, which...

October 07, 1974
PITTSBURGH'S QUARTERBACKSir:Jefferson Street Joe Gilliam isn't the only "bubbling spirit" in Pittsburgh (Gillie Was a Steeler Driving Man, Sept. 23). Every fan in the Steel City has been jumping...

October 07, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton

October 07, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Danny Murtaugh, Pittsburgh Pirate manager: "Why, certainly I'd like to have a fellow who hits a home run every time at bat, who strikes out every opposing batter when he's pitching and who is...

October 07, 1974 | Ron Fimrite

October 07, 1974 | Joe Jares
For connoisseurs of the hipper-dipper, the zigzag and the shoulder feint, Mr. Davis of USC outdistanced Mr. Dorsett of Pitt 149 yards to 59, but much of the credit for the Trojans' 16-7 win...

October 07, 1974 | Ray Kennedy
As someone well versed in the vagaries of college football once said, a cliché is a cliché is a cliché. It was not Ara Raoul Parseghian, a coach who can dish out the hackneyed lines as fearlessly...

October 07, 1974 | Brock Yates

October 07, 1974
The last race of the Grand Prix season will settle first place in the world driving championship. Robert F. Jones is on hand for the Formula I showdown at Watkins Glen.

October 07, 1974 | Wilt Chamberlain

October 07, 1974 | Robert F. Jones

October 07, 1974 | John A. Meyers
When Senior Editor Peter Carry arrived at his desk one morning recently, he found a message asking him to return the call of a "Mr. Chamberland." The number was in the telephone company's 213...

October 07, 1974 | Larry Keith
The Texas coach joined an illustrious and growing group as he watched his Longhorns get soundly thrashed by Texas Tech. Week by week the mighty have stumbled, fallen flat or collapsed, often by...

October 07, 1974

October 07, 1974
DEFENSE: Missouri Tackle Mark Johnson, a 6'3", 233-pound senior, spearheaded the Tiger defense that handed Arizona State its first shutout in 97 games, dating back to 1965. Johnson took part in 11...

October 07, 1974 | Ron Reid
The Griffins were real high-flying cats as Rochester soared past Philly to the title. Their next aerial act may be a flight to Pittsburgh

October 07, 1974 | Barry McDermott
On Dale Morey's first time out with the amateur senior swingers, he won the U.S. title at Hilton Head

October 07, 1974 | Joe Marshall
The World Football League was, at any rate, as franchises shifted, teams missed paydays and attendance drifted from poor to pitiful