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November 21, 1977 | Volume 47, Issue 21

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Bert Jones Cover - Sports Illustrated November 21, 1977

November 21, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle

November 21, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Woody Hayes, Ohio State football coach, on why he does not build up opponents like other coaches: "I'm regarded as somewhat of an authority. If I build up another team, they're liable to believe me."

November 21, 1977
PRO BASKETBALL—Pacific Division leader Portland won three straight, including a 132-92 victory over Atlanta in which Bill Walton and Maurice Lucas combined for 48 points to snap the Hawks' winning...

November 21, 1977
4—Manny Millan10—drawing by SQW16, 17—John Iacono18—Dick Raphael19—Dick Raphael (top), Manny Millan25—chart by Bill Bernstein33—Walter Iooss Jr.34, 35—Manny Millan (center), Enrico Ferorelli...

November 21, 1977
ANDRED ANDREWSSAVNANALAVAR, JAMAICARecruited for Bay College in Baltimore by Jamaican Soccer Coach Winston Earle, Andrews, 20, led the Barracudas to a 10-1 record in their first year of...

November 21, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
SEMI-TOUGHSir:Very unsportsmanlike conduct, SI. You slighted all the thousands of real athletes throughout the world by opting to feature Kris Kristofferson, Burt Reynolds and Jill Clayburgh—Jill...

November 21, 1977 | Curry Kirkpatrick

November 21, 1977 | Walter Bingham
Brigham Young's explosive aerial attack fizzled as fireworks boomed to celebrate every Arizona State score in this WAC showdown

November 21, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Both Montreal and Philadelphia were mired in slumps when they arrived in New York to play the Islanders. The Canadiens departed with a victory, the Flyers left with a tie and the anemic Islanders...

November 21, 1977 | Joe Marshall

November 21, 1977 | Joe Marshall
These players came to the AFC as the result of draft picks acquired in trades with the NFC, which usually got little in return

November 21, 1977
All eyes are on the hoop as the 1977-78 college basketball issue opens with an analysis by Kent Hannon of today's soaring shooters and their high-percentage jumpers. Ben Rose's photo essay on the...

November 21, 1977 | Joe Marshall

November 21, 1977 | Bil Gilbert

November 21, 1977 | John A. Meyers
It can perhaps be said that Senior Writer Ray Kennedy is SI's resident bon vivant, raconteur, boulevardier and a whole lot of other French words. He spends as much time as he can in Majorca and is...

November 21, 1977 | William Leggett
He is a comforting image on a Sunday afternoon between halves of a pro football game, the white-haired chap with the craggy face. He is alone on camera, working without film, without TelePrompTer...

November 21, 1977 | John Papanek
In his farewell performance for Yale, Tailback John Pagliaro was more than a match for Harvard's multiflex, leading the Elis to the Ivy League championship

November 21, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf

November 21, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Tailback Famous Amos Lawrence, a 5'9" 180-pounder, broke Tony Dorsett's NCAA record for freshmen by rushing for 286 yards and two TDs in 35 carries as North Carolina knocked off Virginia...

November 21, 1977 | Coles Phinizy
Betty Cook, a 54-year-old grandmother, gunned her Scarab through tumultuous seas off Key West to win the world offshore powerboat championship by 16 miles

November 21, 1977 | Sam Moses
Adding snaking turns to straightaways gave a hairy new twist to the sport

November 21, 1977 | Virginia Kraft

November 21, 1977 | Ray Kennedy

November 21, 1977 | Jane Gilchrist
Now is the time, between the World Series and the bowl games, to scout next year's crop of sporting calendars, and 1978 looks like a winner. Four to 10 dollars will get you a laugh a day, a lesson...

November 21, 1977 | George Gipe
"Crack! went Ray's heavy oak stick," wrote a sports reporter in 1891. "Gastright raised his hands in an instant to stop the powerful impetus of the ball, which was whistling to centre field, and...