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November 10, 1975 | Volume 43, Issue 19

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Fran Tarkenton Cover - Sports Illustrated November 10, 1975

November 10, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: The Buffalo Braves are up and away with their best start ever, adding victories over Houston 124-108, Philadelphia 92-87, and Detroit 97-93. As he did last season, Bob McAdoo...

November 10, 1975
22, 23—Walter Iooss Jr. (4), Neil Leifer (2)24, 25—Walter Iooss Jr. (2), Neil Leifer27—Stephen Green-Armytage28, 29—Tony Triolo30, 31—Rich Clarkson32—Carl Iwasaki44, 45—Tony Triolo, Eric...

November 10, 1975
Dean Heasley, 19, of Girard, Pa., bowled two perfect games in a row to become the 10th person to achieve that feat in sanctioned competition. Heasley rolled 24 consecutive strikes and finished his...

November 10, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
SUPERMANSir:Thank you for putting George McGinnis on the cover of your Pro Basketball Issue (Oct. 27). He deserved the honor more than any other player, even Dr. J. And Jerry Kirshenbaum should be...

November 10, 1975 | Carleton Mitchell
James Edward Buttersworth was a fortunate man. Imagine being alive with the eye of an artist and a love of ships during the span of years that included the flowering of the age of commercial sail,...

November 10, 1975 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi

November 10, 1975 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Ara Parseghian, on the hiring of USC's John McKay by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a new NFL franchise: "I am living, if barely, testimony to the abilities of John McKay."

November 10, 1975 | Dan Jenkins

November 10, 1975 | William F. Reed
He is just a weanling, but under the hammer he goes next week—the first colt sired by the wondrous Secretariat to be sold at public auction. Pre-sale speculation puts a fancy price tag on him

November 10, 1975 | Joe Jares
New Orleans began as an expansionist disaster, a horrendous team playing in shoddy arenas. A rebored Pistol and the Dome have changed all that

November 10, 1975
Checking in as John Wooden's replacement at UCLA is Clean Gene Bartow. Sam Moses reports on the man who much resembles the master and now will be coaching in the face of a legend.

November 10, 1975 | Douglas S. Looney
The poor Huskers haven't won a national title since 1971, but in whipping Missouri they looked ready for another

November 10, 1975 | Douglas S. Looney
Charlie, if your wife died and her funeral had to be on a Saturday when Nebraska was playing football, would you go to her funeral or to the game?" "I'm a decent man," sniffs Charles Winkler, 53,...

November 10, 1975 | Coles Phinizy

November 10, 1975 | Roger Vaughan

November 10, 1975 | Ellington White

November 10, 1975 | Larry Keith
Penn State beat Maryland the way it does most teams, with Big D

November 10, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf

November 10, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Chuck Muncie, California's 6'3", 220-pound senior running back, who wears glasses on the field, gained 143 yards on 18 carries and added another 62 on five pass receptions in the Golden...

November 10, 1975 | Kent Hannon
One of our two best 176-pound black belts, Clyde Worthen had six kids and no full-time job, so, naturally, at age 30 he took a wrestling scholarship at that haven for oddballs otherwise known as...

November 10, 1975 | Pat Putnam
He was up against the hotshots, but Jimmy Rempe outcooled them

November 10, 1975 | Kenny Moore
French novelist Serge Groussard, in The Blood of Israel (William Morrow & Company, Inc., $12.50), has taken the massacre of the Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games as a vehicle for...

November 10, 1975 | Sam Moses
Engines whining like Sopwith Camels, the racers skidded into the stands, onto their heads and into the hearts of California thousands as they revived an oldtime form of motorcycling madness known...

November 10, 1975 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
An interleague battle for the affections of hockey-mad Minnesotans has spilled out of the rinks and flowed into the streets of the Twin Cities

November 10, 1975 | Richard L. Frey
On the 50th birthday of contract, its curious inception is recollected

November 10, 1975 | Bil Gilbert

November 10, 1975 | J.D. Reed
"Go fly a kite," people used to say, meaning the same thing as "hogwash," a more complicated concept. But these days kite flying requires a realistic checkbook rather than a dreamer's illusions....

November 10, 1975 | George Gipe
It is entirely possible that a little gully on a Florida "beach 68 years ago had a weighty influence on America's current foreign policy and environment. As of Jan. 25, 1907 the American people...