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Yesterday

How to Win at Poker, Always

The Lucky Dutchman had something up his sleeve and for a while there, around the turn of the century, it fooled all the local cardsharps

By A.D. Livingston

No Mirrors

NO MIRRORS NOW, SIR

It was pitching and magic that put the Dodgers on top the last time. Now they have pitching—and such power, notably the cannon named Wynn, they may rise out of sight

By Ron Fimrite

CLEARING UP A MUDDIED SITUATION

Dispelling reports that this year's colts were a mediocre lot, Little Current won a spectacular Preakness in near-record time

By Whitney Tower

JUBILATION AND A CUP IN PHILLY

That often-mocked city enjoyed sweet victory as its audacious Flyers, a mere seven years in existence but blessed with a singing talisman, a superb goalie and a tooth-shy whirlwind, won hockey's title

By Mark Mulvoy

A Wintu Won

WITHOUT RESERVATION A WINTU WON ONE

Golf's first designated event became Rod Curl's first victory, as the brash little Indian beat the big boys at Colonial with a brave performance

By Dan Jenkins

Gitche Gumee

OFF THE SHORES OF GITCHE GUMEE

Hymned by Longfellow In "The Song of Hiawatha," Lake Superior has more recently been limned by limnologists and a concerned judge

By Robert H. Boyle

PICTURE YOU IN MY NIFTY OLD T FOR TWO

WORKING OUT THE UPHILL WIGGLE

By Hal Schell

Baseball

Sleepy time on the Ohio

First it was Sparky Anderson, then the Giants, in a dozer of a game

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (May 12-18)

Hunting

A Real Turkey of a Shoot

After many days of frustration the chance finally came to kill a gobbler on Callahan's Ridge but, as usual, everything went to pot—except the bird

By Dan Levin

Crew

Psych warfare out West

At the sprints on Burnaby Lake, coxswains for Cal and Washington needled their opposing crews until matter and mind finally won over mind

By Dan Levin

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 13-19

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

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