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Booktalk

The idea of butterfly farming tends to lead one on to some flights of fancy

By Roy Blount Jr.

Yesterday

When Rabbits Made Some Cowboy Stew

By Charles Gillespie

Lacrosse

NOT QUITE A TERRAPIN STEW

In the NCAA lacrosse championship, a stall by underdog Johns Hopkins held mighty Maryland for a while. But a cluster of All-Americas and a hot-shooting freshman named Urso saved the day in overtime

By Peter Carry

Fire And Rain

Indy's Somber Trial By Fire And Rain

It was more ordeal than event, beset by storms and smashups and stopping far short of 500 miles

By Robert F. Jones

Boss Tweedy

TRIPLE CROWN CRITERIA: SECRETARIAT HAS THE GOODS

By Whitney Tower

U.S. Open

AN ODDBALL LOOK AT OAKMONT

THE COURSE THAT DEMANDS AN EYE FOR AN EYE

By Sarah Pileggi

Out Of The Cage

ARNIE OPENED THE CAGE AND...

...out came The Bear. The scene was Oakmont and the 1962 Open. Palmer was king and Jack Nicklaus was a winless young pro, but suddenly a five-stroke lead vanished and the world changed

By Dan Jenkins

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Pitching a no-quitter

Detroit's John Hiller leads the major leagues in saves—and valor

By William Leggett

THE WEEK (May 27-June 2)

By Mark Mulvoy

Golf

Top billing for the other Kathy

By Barry McDermott

Wrestling

Scaling a crazy mountain

By Herman Weiskopf

Bridge

Sing no sad songs for the Blues

On a balmy Brazilian isle Italy's world-championship entry, which included three members of the fabled Blue Team, once again breezed to the title, leaving the hopes of the U.S.—and the rest of the world—at sea

By Charles Goren

Big Sky, Big Dream

When he was young and a fastballer of promise, the author received a major-league bonus and was sent to McCook, Neb. to test his arm against his fantasies

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 29-June 4

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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