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Footloose

A Pismo clam, the Heathcliff of bivalves, is a tempestuous treat worth wading for

By Carolyn See

Head To Head

HEADS ROLL AT HEAD TO HEAD

Most of the big names were eliminated early in the PGA's new man-to-man tournament, and the eventual winner was DeWitt who?

By Dan Jenkins

AND, IN A PRETTIER PART OF THE FOREST...

By Joe Jares

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS O.J.

Buffalo's new offense—O.J. right, O.J. left and, occasionally, O.J. up the middle—is O.K. by O.J.

By Edwin Shrake

The Gates

WE EXPECT THEM TO STORM THE GATES

Faced with a staggering deficit, Philadelphia is eliminating sports in all its schools, and Mark Shedd, among other city officials, is braced for trouble

By Ron Fimrite

Last Laugh

HE WHO LAUGHS LAST

With a cocky smile Herve Filion drives to win, and win he does, more harness races than anyone

By William F. Reed

Kerplunk

HOP, SKIP AND KERPLUNK

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

With fans like these, who needs LA?

By Charles Einstein

THE WEEK

By Don Delliquanti

Horse Racing

Muddy picture of young colts

By Whitney Tower

Swimming

Still a big fish in a big (Olympic-size) pond

The top U.S. swimmers were in Houston last week for the national championships and, as has so often happened in the past, the topmost turned out to be Mark Spitz, who won four titles and set two world records

By William F. Reed

Madness

ANOTHER FiNE MAdNESS

Being the story of one Michael Brennan, an Irishman hooked on the dogs—he trains them on sea gulls and sherry and mud—and a Welshman with the luck of the Welsh

By Clive Gammon

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 24-30

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Martin Kane

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