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November 07, 1977 | Volume 47, Issue 19

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Jill Clayburgh Cover - Sports Illustrated November 07, 1977

November 07, 1977 | Jonathan Yardley
It has been a notable season for baseball, and for baseball books as well. First came Roger Angell's Five Seasons and Roger Kahn's A Season in the Sun. And now we have a wholly unexpected bonus:...

November 07, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle

November 07, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•President Carter to Senator Humphrey, who had wondered about the legality of making a $5 bet by phone with ex-President Ford on the Minnesota-Michigan game: "I will pardon you on that one."

November 07, 1977 | Joe Marshall

November 07, 1977 | Joe Jares

November 07, 1977
The big two, made up of Ohio State and Michigan, makes a practice of beating up on the Little Eight to earn the privilege of getting beat up on in the Rose Bowl. John Underwood visits Indiana...

November 07, 1977 | Larry Keith

November 07, 1977 | Larry Keith
As the 1977 season proved, it is whom you select, not how much you spend, that brings satisfaction from the free-agent draft. Owners and fans should keep that in mind as they look over this...

November 07, 1977 | Bob Drum

November 07, 1977 | William Humphrey

November 07, 1977 | Melissa Ludtke
For every hour of sports on network television there are eight to 10 minutes of advertising; in 1976 that added up to more than 160 hours of commercials intermingled with kickoffs, pickoffs,...

November 07, 1977 | Michael DelNagro
Like No. 1 Texas, the Red Raiders crush an opponent every week, but unlike the Longhorns', their bowl chances are dim

November 07, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf

November 07, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Sophomore Jorge Portela established a Southeastern Conference record by kicking five field goals as Auburn toppled Florida 29-14. Portela booted his three-pointers from 24, 35, 37, 45 and...

November 07, 1977 | William Oscar Johnson
If it were not for Los Angeles, the '84 Olympics would have gone begging, but Southern Californians say they can solve all the problems and run a Spartan show

November 07, 1977 | Dan Levin
Following an inflammatory campaign, Ohioans vote on banning leg-hold traps

November 07, 1977 | John Papanek
Walt Frazier was the idol of New York Knick fans until the last two seasons, when the affair soured. Now he has a new home, if not yet a house, in Cleveland

November 07, 1977 | Dan Jenkins

November 07, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—If ever there was a week for the home-court advantage, this was it. Of the 32 games scheduled through Saturday night, 26 were won by the home team, including all 14 on Friday and...

November 07, 1977
15—Drawing by SQW22, 23—Walter Iooss Jr.24, 25—Heinz Kluetmeier27—Rich Clarkson28—John Kenney29—Ron Berard55—Eric Schweikardt64—map by James Flora70—John Hurt Whitehead III74—Manny Millan93—AP,...

November 07, 1977
MIKE CARNELLFREMONT, CALIF.Mike, 17, a Mission San Jose High School senior, rushed for 262 yards and six TDs in a 39-3 win over undefeated American, knocking it out of the Mission Valley Athletic...

November 07, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Your World Series cover photograph (Oct. 24) was a triple play.MICHAEL G. HUTSKONorwalk, Calif.

November 07, 1977 | Dan Levin
I own as much fishing tackle as the population of a small city, and I travel around the country a lot, so I get to use it in the kinds of places you see on the covers of Field & Stream. But...