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November 25, 1974 | Volume 41, Issue 22

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Ken Dryden Cover - Sports Illustrated November 25, 1974

November 25, 1974 | Carleton Mitchell
Now that a challenge is in the wind, this might be the moment to begin thinking of a new 12-meter yacht for '77. A long lead time in preparing for an America's Cup defense is a must, say the...

November 25, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf
Earl Anthony is a crew-cut square, but a whiz with a big round ball

November 25, 1974 | Frank Deford
Suffolk Downs' leading rider is a woman. And an apprentice. Now, the latter means more than the former to Denise Boudrot

November 25, 1974 | Clive Gammon
All of Dublin was rooting against the renegade from England who had well earned her reputation as the greatest greyhound in history

November 25, 1974 | Bil Gilbert

November 25, 1974 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Before the cost of ignorance jumps as high as the price of your morning eggs, there is this to know about sports memorabilia:

November 25, 1974
28, 29—Neil Leifer30—Alex Borodulin-Kay Reese & Associates38—Herb Scharfman, Manny Millan58, 60—illustrations by David Noyes92—John D. Hanlon102, 105—Roy DeCarava108—Michael Philip...

November 25, 1974
Joe Triszczuk, a junior at Bucknell University, scored 14 goals in three tournament games at Yale to lead his water polo team to its first Eastern Intercollegiate Championship. He had 34 goals in...

November 25, 1974
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Buffalo Captain Jim McMillian had an appendectomy, but with Jack Marin replacing Jimmy Mac the Braves extended their winning streak to seven to stay atop the Atlantic Division....

November 25, 1974
ADDITIONS TO THE LEGENDSir:While reading the account of Muhammad Ali's upset victory over George Foreman (Breaking a Date for the Dance, Nov. 11), I felt that here was something more than a sports...

November 25, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
SLOW BUT STEADY

November 25, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Patricia Phillips, asked what her husband Mel Phillips, 49er defensive back, does in the off-season: "He sits home and watches his bones mend."

November 25, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy

November 25, 1974 | Dan Jenkins
So they lost to the Packers, so what? Minnesota is playoff bound, and too professional to worry over an occasional loss. Maybe

November 25, 1974
College Basketball gets a hearty welcome back—especially from teams not named UCLA—as a full-court press is on to tie up the national championship. Scouting reports rate the top 20 teams, with the...

November 25, 1974 | Roy Blount Jr.

November 25, 1974 | Steve Wright

November 25, 1974 | Mason Smith

November 25, 1974
Skiers and other visitors have long regarded this land of Gemütlichkeit with special affection. Everybody loves St. Anton and swinging Kitzbühel, and Vienna is swell if you can stand all that...

November 25, 1974 | William O. Johnson
Have you ever discussed life with a working yodeler? Have you heard about the doughty 14th-century Tyrolean Countess Margarete Maultasch, whose name in English (and, some say, her face in any...

November 25, 1974 | William Leggett
Bob Cousy and Bill Russell of the Celtics, Elgin Baylor and Jerry West of the Lakers. There they all were last week going head to head on prime-time television: Cooz whipping passes, Russ blocking...

November 25, 1974 | Ron Reid
Given up for dead, Brigham Young is making a lively try for a title

November 25, 1974 | Larry Keith
WEST

November 25, 1974 | Larry Keith
OFFENSE: California's senior Quarterback Steve Bartkowski showed Washington State the form that has made him the Pacific Eight's top passer and a likely first-round draft choice by completing 21...

November 25, 1974 | Mark Kram
One never quite knew what to make of Rubin (Hurricane) Carter, the top-ranked middleweight contender of the mid-'60s. Was he a child of sorrow, a genuine victim of society—or of himself; or was he...

November 25, 1974 | A. D. Livingston
According to Cotton? Beaufort? Seymour? Jones? Foster? Morehead, Frey, Mott-Smith? No. "According to Hoyle" is the only phrase that rings with enough authority to settle countless irregularities...