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November 18, 1974 | Volume 41, Issue 21

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Woody Green Cover - Sports Illustrated November 18, 1974

November 18, 1974 | Pat Jordan

November 18, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Ernie DiGregorio underwent emergency surgery to remove torn cartilage from his left knee last week, but Buffalo withstood his absence admirably to stay on top in the tight...

November 18, 1974
32, 33—John D. Hanlon34—Tony Tomsic, Fred Kaplan-Black Star, James Drake54, 55—John Iacono62—Fred Kaplan-Black Star85, 88—Eric Schweikardt

November 18, 1974
Lynne Giles paced her team, the Redskinettes, to a 9-0 season in the Beltsville (Md.) Calverton girls' flag football league, scoring 21 touchdowns and gaining 1,084 yards in 70 rushing attempts....

November 18, 1974 | Keith Mano
You know how it goes. Rain outside or a meringue of dirty slush. You're overweight. If you inhale deeply twice, bright sparks dance across your retinas. Jogging ranks with an amputation for sheer...

November 18, 1974
OKLAHOMA'S PROBATIONSir:As a member of the NCAA Committee on Infractions, I voted for the penalty imposed on Oklahoma and have no doubt about the appropriateness of that penalty, given the nature...

November 18, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
The literature of pro football continues to grow, albeit slowly. The game has produced little fiction of merit, but the list of good non-fiction gets longer and longer. The newest addition is one...

November 18, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton

November 18, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•David Hobbs, race driver, on Formula I sensation Jody Scheckter: "Jody can retrieve a car from the edge of disaster—and instantly put it on the edge of another disaster."

November 18, 1974 | Dan Jenkins

November 18, 1974 | Pat Putnam
Wes Unseld's knees are good again and, as usual, nobody talks about him. Result: Washington is vandalizing the NBA Central

November 18, 1974 | Ron Reid

November 18, 1974 | Ron Fimrite

November 18, 1974
A hockey original, Goalie Ken Dryden of Montreal faces a stern weeklong test in his comeback. Passing that barrier could be the saving of his troubled team, says Mark Mulvoy.

November 18, 1974 | Dan Levin

November 18, 1974 | Ray Kennedy
After threats and wit had failed, a revived passing game saved USC

November 18, 1974 | Larry Keith

November 18, 1974 | Larry Keith
DEFENSE: SMU's 275-pound Middle Guard Louis Kelcher overcame double-and triple-team blocks to make 24 tackles in the Mustangs' upset of Texas A&M. "I've never seen a greater performance,"...

November 18, 1974 | Philip Singerman

November 18, 1974 | Tex Maule
It was—horrors—a Frenchman who upset the celebrated Dahlia

November 18, 1974 | Robert F. Jones
In Key West's offshore powerboat race the rooster tails were as lofty and the men as intrepid as ever, but ignominy awaited a new marvel and injury a salty old hand. Even for the winner it was...

November 18, 1974 | Ron Rau
In just a few words—nothing exhaustive, no big deal—an extremely personal view of why the hunter hunts and why the adrenaline flows