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Shopwalk

If you tend to throw away your catch, try these recipes below for Boyled fish

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday

O.K. Horse for Sleepy Hollow

Reaper didn't sound like much in the first place, and the more one learned, the less there seemed to be to him

By Eric Whitehead

Murder

IT WAS MURDER

After an inexplicable defeat, character assassins took pot shots at Secretariat, but the favorite had his revenge in the Derby

By Whitney Tower

PUTTING A SWIFTY PAST CHICAGO

That was Montreal's prime mode of attack in the Stanley Cup finals—a series of startling leads and comebacks—as the outmanned Black Hawks fought the Canadiens with high courage but lagging skates

By Mark Mulvoy

AN ANGEL WHO MAKES TURNSTILES SING

There is something about a strikeout pitcher that pulls people into ball parks. For California it is Nolan Ryan's fastball

By William Leggett

New Game

IT WAS A NEW GAME ALL DOWN THE LINE

The Russians were running but the U.S. was running faster, so after months of humiliation came revenge

By Barry McDermott

On Your Mark

ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, SELL

Mark Spitz has seven golds, $5 million in endorsements and a beautiful bride, but his image needs regilding

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

It's enough to make a man see red

By Pat Putnam

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Cycling

Fastest pedalers in the west

By Larry Keith

Pro Basketball

The not-so-grand finales

As the championship rounds in the NBA and the ABA got under way, the basketball was a little sloppy but the competition was plenty tough

By Peter Carry

Bowling

He socks the sizzle to 'em

The name is Bucky Woy, the game is the women pros. Some are pretty, some are super and, if Woy has his way, they are sport's next big time

By Herman Weiskopf

Yellow Water

WAY DOWN UPON THE YELLOW WATER

It was to have been a leisurely voyage of adventure (mild) and death (for the deer). But the Ochlockonee River has a way of imposing deadlines and defeat, as these four dilettantes soon discovered on their float down to the Gulf of Mexico

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 1-7

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

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