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September 20, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 12

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Jimmy Connors Cover - Sports Illustrated September 20, 1976

September 20, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick

September 20, 1976 | Ron Fimrite
The stars are unsigned and unhappy, and the owner says he'd like to take a whack at DH, but despite such bizarre circumstances, Oakland is fast enough on the base paths to be making a serious late...

September 20, 1976 | John Underwood

September 20, 1976 | Roy Bongartz

September 20, 1976
The power behind Muhammad Ali is reclusive Herbert Muhammad, who bolsters the champ's purses while a boisterous entourage boosts his ego. Mark Kram profiles the camp and previews the Norton fight.

September 20, 1976 | Mason Smith

September 20, 1976 | Joe Jares
WHEN HIGHLY RANKED ARIZONA STATE WAS CAST BACK INTO THE SHADOWS BY UCLA ON THURSDAY NIGHT, THE TUNE WAS CALLED FOR AN UPSETTING WEEKEND

September 20, 1976 | Mike Del Nagro
EAST

September 20, 1976 | Mike Del Nagro
DEFENSE: Middle Linebacker Pete Cronan, a 6'2", 243-pound senior converted from defensive tackle last spring, led unranked Boston College with 15 unassisted tackles, as the Eagles stunned...

September 20, 1976 | Joe Marshall
THE COLTS HIT THE FAN AFTER HIS RECENT EXPLOSION, SO OWNER IRSAY, WHO MADE MILLIONS IN AIR CONDITIONING, KEPT HIS COOL WHEN THEY BEAT THE PATS

September 20, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
BOMBSHELL

September 20, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Howard Twilley, veteran Miami Dolphin receiver: "I've got one advantage. When you're as slow as I am, you don't lose any steps as you grow older."

September 20, 1976 | Christopher Matthews
HAVING TROUNCED ARCHRIVAL SUE NOVARA TO WIN THE WORLD SPRINTS, OLYMPIC SPEED-SKATING CHAMP SHEILA YOUNG WAS READY TO BEGIN HER HONEYMOON

September 20, 1976 | Larry Keith
EVER HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE TEAM THAT HAD A 15-GAME LEAD AND AN EYE ON THE PENNANT WHEN ALL OF A SUDDEN IT FORGOT HOW TO WIN? NOT VERY FUNNY

September 20, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
NL WEST

September 20, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
WOODIE FRYMAN: Montreal's rejuvenated hurler, who had one complete game all year, went the route to beat Pittsburgh 1-0, saved a win over St. Louis and, with one day's rest, again went all the way...

September 20, 1976 | J. D. Reed

September 20, 1976
5—Drawing by Arnold Roth10, 11—Eric Schweikardt, Co Rentmeester12-15—Co Rentmeester16, 17—Fred Kaplan-Black Star, Buck Miller18, 19—James Drake, John D. Hanlon20—James Drake43—Hank...

September 20, 1976
BOXING—ESTEBAN DeJESUS of Carolina, Puerto Rico retained his WBC lightweight title in San Juan with a seventh-round knockout of Hector Julio Medina of the Dominican Republic.

September 20, 1976
GLEN McLEMOREBALTIMOREFiring a Model 70 Winchester, McLemore won a second straight state championship high-power competition. Firing an M-14, he also earned the Distinguished Rifleman Award, for...

September 20, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
UPS AND DOWNSSir:Michigan is No. 1 (College Football 1976, Sept. 6). Thanks, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. We needed that!KEVIN P. BENNETTKalamazoo, Mich.