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November 01, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 18

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Johnny Bench Cover - Sports Illustrated November 01, 1976

November 01, 1976 | John A. Meyers
In the lingo of publishing, free-lancer Ron Rau "came over the transom." His first SPORTS ILLUSTRATED article, about stalking an Arctic shrew (Nov. 18, 1974), came to us as one of the thousands of...

November 01, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

November 01, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Pete Maravich of the New Orleans Jazz, hearing that Julius Erving had been signed by the Philadelphia 76ers in a $6.5 million deal: "Some sheik must own that team."

November 01, 1976 | Ron Fimrite

November 01, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick
And Owner Roy Boe got $3 million in a deal that sent the Nets star to the 76ers

November 01, 1976 | Dan Jenkins

November 01, 1976 | Ron Reid
The favored stunt of San Francisco's intrepid quarterback hunters—Tommy Hart, Cedrick Hardman, Cleveland Elam and Jimmy Webb, four Southerners who have found comfort in San Francisco—is a simple...

November 01, 1976
Never one to say "take two uppercuts and call me in the morning," Dr. Ferdie Pacheco ministers lovingly to denizens of a scruffy Miami gym and, as his journal relates, to its foremost graduate,...

November 01, 1976 | Clive Gammon

November 01, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi

November 01, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
THE TIGERS KNOCKED OFF ANOTHER BIG ONE ON THE ROAD, THIS TIME NEBRASKA

November 01, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf

November 01, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Pittsburgh Tailback Tony Dorsett, in breaking the career record for rushing yardage, rambled for 180 yards and three touchdowns (he has 12 this season) in 27 carries as the Panthers...

November 01, 1976 | William Leggett
The big question for a baseball fan at the time of the playoffs was whether to turn his television set on or not. Both the American and the National League championship series were being broadcast...

November 01, 1976 | Paul Witteman
Pebble Beach and Firestone are but two of the golf courses that fill the dreams of duffers. But who can afford them? If you want to take a crack at Pebble, round-trip airfare from New York to the...

November 01, 1976 | Robert H. Boyle
ARMED WITH A REVOLUTIONARY POWER TOOL, SHAPERS OF DECORATIVE DECOYS AND OTHER BIRDS ARE TURNING OUT SOME REALISTIC PIECES THAT WOW THE EYE AND ATTRACT COLLECTORS

November 01, 1976 | Keith Botsford

November 01, 1976 | Ron Rau

November 01, 1976
PRO BASKETBALL—There was plenty of action in the newly aligned NBA, much of it conducted in back rooms and bank vaults as some of the best-known names in the game were traded and sold. The biggest...

November 01, 1976
14—drawing by Arnold Roth18, 19—Tony Triolo20, 21—Neil Leifer22, 23—Heinz Kluetmeier36-38—Julian Calder-Susan Griggs40, 41—John Kenney, Eric Schweikardt46—John Kenney51—Rich Clarkson58—Herb...

November 01, 1976
DIANE PIERCEMINNEAPOLISA 31-year-old self-defense instructor, Pierce won her sixth straight 120-pound championship at the U.S. Judo Association's national women's tournament in Milwaukee. She also...

November 01, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
SCRAPPERSSir:I was a bit surprised to see Minnesota Running Back Chuck Foreman on your Oct. 18 cover. Walter Payton, Chicago's own fine back, ran for 141 yards in 19 carries in that contest, while...