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October 04, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 14

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Mark Manges Cover - Sports Illustrated October 04, 1976

October 04, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
TOPSPINSir:Thank you for the fine article on Forest Hills (A Duel of Pace and Power, Sept. 20). But isn't the race for No. 1 decided? Since when does one Forest Hills victory on clay for Jimmy...

October 04, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
A BEGINNING

October 04, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bill Bergey, Philadelphia Eagles' linebacker, after the team's first win following seven straight losses, six in exhibition games: "Every week when I get home, my son Jason asks, 'Who beat you...

October 04, 1976 | Dan Jenkins
It looked like a dark day for the Raiders with Stabler and Biletnikoff sidelined, but rookies Mike Rae and Charles Philyaw shone as Oakland beat the Houston Oilers 14-13 to remain undefeated

October 04, 1976 | Ron Fimrite
The pennant chases have flagged, but the batting races haven't. The big news: for the first time in five seasons, Rod Carew may not win a title

October 04, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi
Over the same territory where Gary Cooper shot Frank Miller dead, Donna Caponi Young gunned down her rivals to win The Carlton and $35,000

October 04, 1976 | Edwin Shrake

October 04, 1976
The curtain rises on Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia and the Yankees vs. (probably) Kansas City as baseball's playoffs begin. Ron Fimrite and Larry Keith assess the strengths and weaknesses of the...

October 04, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney

October 04, 1976 | Robert H. Boyle
NOW HEAR THE LORD OF THE FLIES

October 04, 1976 | Larry Keith
MISSOURI NEVER WINS OR LOSES WHEN IT SHOULD, AS OHIO STATE LEARNED

October 04, 1976 | Joe Marshall

October 04, 1976 | Joe Marshall
DEFENSE: Iowa Linebacker Dean Moore made 11 solo tackles, including one for a quarterback sack and another for a crucial three-yard loss on third and goal late in the fourth quarter as the...

October 04, 1976 | John A. Meyers
To the clacking of typewriters add a new journalistic sound this week: sneezing. Staff Writer Doug Looney is acutely allergic to hay and horses, but beginning on page 40, you will find his...

October 04, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
IN AND OUT OF THE SULKY, CANNY STANLEY SHOWED HIS CLASS AND PROVED THE BETTORS RIGHT BY DRIVING KEYSTONE ORE TO VICTORY IN THE LITTLE BROWN JUG

October 04, 1976 | Richard L. Frey
You can find him at every major international championship—a short, cherubic-looking man in his early 30s, circling the lobby of the hotel where the tournament is taking place. He has a story to...

October 04, 1976 | Richard L. Frey
NORTH

October 04, 1976 | William Leggett
...BUT NOT LAST SATURDAY AS A PAIR OF FLEET AND FANCY 3-YEAR-OLD CHAMPIONS WERE WELL THRASHED IN THE BELDAME BY A GOOD OLD GIRL NAMED PROUD DELTA

October 04, 1976 | Larry Keith
NEW BLOOD, OLD BASICS HAVE GIVEN HOUSTON 14 MORE WINS THAN IN '75

October 04, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
NL EAST

October 04, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
LUIS TIANT: Boston's Man of a Million Moves allowed just five hits and struck out 19 while defeating Milwaukee 7-1 and Baltimore 1-0 to become a 20-game winner for the fourth time and up his...

October 04, 1976 | George V. Packard

October 04, 1976
PRO FOOTBALL—Quarterback Steve Grogan passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third as New England rallied from a 20-9 third-quarter deficit to stun Pittsburgh 30-27 with the Super Bowl champions'...

October 04, 1976
6—Eric Schweikardt13—Drawing by Arnold Roth18, 19—Heinz Kluetmeier20, 21—Neil Leifer22, 23—Tony Triolo, John Iacono (2)24, 25—John G. Zimmerman26, 27—Walter Iooss Jr.28—James Drake52—AP62—Eric...

October 04, 1976
DENISE SEIZREADING, PA.Eighteen-year-old Denise won the girls' open division of the All-America Youth Bowling Championships in San Francisco, defeating her opponent by 59 pins. Her 218 total was a...