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November 17, 1975 | Volume 43, Issue 20

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November 17, 1975
Susan Graham, sophomore captain of the Yale women's tennis team, beat teammate Karen Feldman 6-2, 6-3 to win the New England Intercollegiate tournament. Graham avenged her loss to another Eli,...

November 17, 1975
4—Don Moss24, 25—Eric Schweikardt (2), Al Satterwhite-Camera 526—Eric Schweikardt, Al Satterwhite-Camera 5 (2)40, 41—Jerry Cabluck60—Carl Davaz-Topeka Capital Journal70—Barton Silverman78—Tony...

November 17, 1975
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: A league record 26,511 cheered the New Orleans Jazz to a sixth straight win, 113-110 over Los Angeles, with Pete Maravich scoring 30 and late-blooming Center Otto Moore...

November 17, 1975
SEEING REDSSir:For the most exciting World Series and the greatest single Series game coverage of all time (Everything Came Up Reds, Nov. 3), SI's writers and photographers were undeniably up to...

November 17, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

November 17, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ken Harrelson, former major-leaguer who failed three times to qualify for the professional golf tour: "In baseball you hit your home run over the right-field fence, the left-field fence, the...

November 17, 1975 | Ray Kennedy

November 17, 1975 | Ron Reid
Back to Super Bowl form, Terry Bradshaw gunned down Houston in a ripsnorting divisional battle

November 17, 1975 | Coles Phinizy

November 17, 1975
A grand tour of some of the hotbeds of college basketball is being made by the Russian national team. Joe Jares reports on the Soviets' series with Olympian implications.

November 17, 1975 | Sam Moses

November 17, 1975 | John A. Meyers
Skiing in a sinuous line down the slopes of Stowe, Vt. last January, the U.S. demonstration team drew quite a crowd for its final workout. And except for three minor details, the onlookers were...

November 17, 1975 | Edwin Shrake

November 17, 1975
The fun began falling out of skiing about the time the first expert proclaimed that it was supposed to be a stylish sport, done just precisely so, and for years students suffered the tyranny of...

November 17, 1975 | Anita Verschoth
It is not a new skiing technique. It is more of a revival, getting skiing back to the way it was before the perfectionists took over. The style is definitely not elegant and rigid rules are out....

November 17, 1975 | Jonathan Yardley
Did you know that Joe Namath, just like George Washington, cannot tell a lie? Of such tales are American legends made, and such tales abound in the pages of Namath: My Son Joe (Oxmoor House, $7.95).

November 17, 1975 | Larry Keith
Everything was up to date with Kansas; Oklahoma was not O.K.

November 17, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf

November 17, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Bob Farnham, a 5'10" end from Brown, set an Ivy League single-game record with 14 pass receptions, scored one touchdown and accounted for 186 yards as the Bruins tore into Cornell for a...

November 17, 1975 | William Leggett
Nelson Bunker Hunt's 3-year-old filly Nobiliary won an impressive International—and prepared to hook up with colts in Florida races

November 17, 1975 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Robin Blackburne, the man behind this strange racket, cries "Eureka!"

November 17, 1975 | John Underwood