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November 15, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 20

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David Thompson Cover - Sports Illustrated November 15, 1976

November 15, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
SITUATION NORMAL

November 15, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Dennis Fryzel, Tampa Bay assistant coach, to an official when the Bucs were called for having 12 players on the field: "O.K., which one was it?"

November 15, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick

November 15, 1976 | Larry Keith
Filled with heady visions of a ninth consecutive victory and, come January, a national championship, the Wolverines swaggered into Lafayette, Ind., hoping to swallow Purdue straight. Instead, they...

November 15, 1976 | William Leggett
The three Gallic entries blanketed the field in the boggy 25th International, but the bred-in-the-U.S. winner had to survive a claim of foul

November 15, 1976 | Robert F. Jones

November 15, 1976
A team grows in Brooklyn, and while its budget wouldn't cover Woody Hayes' phone bill, the Kingsmen are 7-1 already. John Papanek reports from the student union, also known as the Jolly Bull Pub.

November 15, 1976 | Sam Posey

November 15, 1976 | Jim Kaplan
Even unathletic kids enjoy phys ed at California's San Rafael High. It has the country's most celebrated program, with 45 courses ranging from yoga to yachting, from rock-climbing to kayaking

November 15, 1976 | William Leggett
Lindsey Nelson, the primary broadcaster for the Mets' baseball games during the spring and summer and one of the busiest football announcers in the fall, was asked recently to describe his...

November 15, 1976 | John Underwood
THE GATORS WON THE FIRST HALF 27-13, BUT THEN THE BULLDOGS HAD A PICNIC, SCORING FOUR TIMES TO WIN

November 15, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf

November 15, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: The nation's top passer, Tommy Kramer of Rice, raised his season's totals to 200 completions in 369 tries with a 29-for-45 effort good for 386 yards—and two touchdowns in the last 3:52—to...

November 15, 1976 | Sam Moses
GORDON JOHNCOCK SEEMED TO HAVE A SNOWBALL'S CHANCE OF WINNING THE USAC CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT EVEN IN THE HEAT OF PHOENIX THAT WAS ALL HE NEEDED

November 15, 1976 | Joe Marshall
LIKE BASEBALL COACHES, NFL AIDES NOW FLASH PLAYS TO QUARTERBACKS

November 15, 1976 | J. D. Reed
A HIGH-SCORING FRESHMAN FROM ARGENTINA BY WAY OF CHICAGO HAS INDIANA IN CONTENTION FOR THE NCAA TITLE AND HIS COACH IN LINE FOR AN OFFICE CARPET

November 15, 1976 | Charlie Meyers
Many of the visitors this time of year are hunters who stop by on their way in and out of the hills, deer rifles locked away in their pickup trucks. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is...

November 15, 1976 | George Plimpton

November 15, 1976 | George A. Gipe
The typical 19th century bareknuckle fighter is commonly regarded as a durable brawler who thought nothing of battling and bleeding for 60, 70 or 80 rounds, until either he or his opponent dropped...

November 15, 1976
BASEBALL—BILL CAMPBELL, a relief pitcher, signed a four-year contract with the Boston Red Sox, estimated to be worth $1 million, less than 48 hours after the reentry draft that distributed...

November 15, 1976
13—drawing by Arnold Roth18, 19—Heinz Kluetmeier20, 21—Heinz Kluetmeier, John Iacono (2)22, 23—Wayne Doebling, Dick Mroczynski-Lafayette, Ind. Journal and Courier24, 25—Tony Triolo, Barton...

November 15, 1976
COLIN McCLIVEWILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.Colin, a senior at Williamsville South High, set eight course records in eight cross-country meets this season. Beating the Erie County Interscholastic Conference...

November 15, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Congratulations to Ron Fimrite and SI's photography crew for a fantastic view of the World Series (, Nov. 1). Your comparison of lineups and batting averages of great teams was very beneficial...