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November 24, 1975 | Volume 43, Issue 21

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Chuck Muncie Cover - Sports Illustrated November 24, 1975

November 24, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: Atlantic Division action started with Buffalo, Philadelphia and Boston tied for the lead. Then the Celtics lost three straight, to Atlanta 100-91, Washington 110-107 and...

November 24, 1975
Priscilla Wilde, a junior at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, set a school record of 33 goals in a 17-game field hockey season. She got eight of Bates' 13 goals en route to the state title and...

November 24, 1975
28, 29—Manny Millan, Tony Triolo (2)30, 31—Tony Tomsic, Rich Clarkson, Walter Iooss Jr.32—Walter Iooss Jr.65—Tony Triolo74—Art Shay78—John Iacono85—Bill Eppridge90, 91—Manny Millan (5), Lane...

November 24, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
FRANSir:Congratulations to SI and Dan Jenkins on the fine article on the greatest quarterback ever (The Best of Them All, Nov. 10). It's a pity all football fans do not realize the achievements of...

November 24, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

November 24, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Joe Zanussi, New York Ranger throw-in in the deal that sent Jean Ratelle and Brad Park to the Boston Bruins for Phil Esposito and Carol Vadnais: "I have a chance to be remembered as the biggest...

November 24, 1975 | Joe Jares

November 24, 1975 | Dan Jenkins
Coming from behind in the last few seconds on Jim Hart's arm and Jim Bakken's toe is the St. Louis Cardinals' life-style. Everybody knows that, including the Redskins, but it didn't do them any good

November 24, 1975 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Signs of a shake-up were all over Madison Square Garden as longtime favorites were shipped out. But where were their replacements?

November 24, 1975
College Basketball '75-'76 promises to be a banner season from its Indiana vs. UCLA start to the finish in Philly. Scouting reports preview the Top 20, goodies among the rest, the small colleges...

November 24, 1975 | Larry Keith

November 24, 1975 | Douglas S. Looney

November 24, 1975
Of all the traditional rivalries in college football, none is more intense or, in recent years, more important at the national level than Ohio State-Michigan. It usually determines the Big Ten...

November 24, 1975 | Larry Keith
Their danders up and their game faces on, six days of secret preparations behind them and the triple prospect of an unbeaten season, a Big Ten championship and the Rose Bowl ahead, Woody Hayes and...

November 24, 1975 | Richard W. Johnston

November 24, 1975 | William Leggett
Although there was a time when major league clubs regularly played exhibitions in Havana, the last professional baseball game there involving teams from the U.S. and Cuba was the nightcap of a...

November 24, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf

November 24, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Pittsburgh's Tony Dorsett was at his best in a 34-20 upset of Notre Dame, rushing for 303 yards (the most ever by a Panther) and a touchdown in 23 carries, catching three passes for 71...

November 24, 1975 | Virginia Kraft
Nebraska's mixed bag event has a cover story conservationists buy

November 24, 1975 | Sarah Pileggi
No, Arnold is not Gary, it's Sandy who is dandy, the outstanding performer on the 1975 women's pro tour

November 24, 1975 | Bruce Newman
Buffeted between its critics and defenders, the sport is producing a frightening toll of casualties

November 24, 1975 | George Plimpton