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Booktalk

Everything you always wanted to know about the Kentucky Derby, from Aristides to Zev

By Jonathan Yardley

Yesterday

The Tattletale Grays

Scandal soiled Louisville's nine long before the Black Sox affair

By Bill Mooney

The Jays

THE JAYS TAKE IT BACK

Johns Hopkins won't beat you at most games. But lacrosse is the one they're sure they own, and with that spirit they went out to regain supremacy

By Joe Marshall

OOPS, HERE COMES PHILLY AGAIN

The hockey champions are no longer the only flyers in town. That once-deprived city has begun to flip over some new winners

By Ron Reid

MIXING SATIN AND STEEL

Performers of sinuous precision, the top U.S. gymnasts assembled for an Illinois showdown

U.S. Open

TRAPS IN AN OPEN FIELD

The history of the U.S. Open offers ample proof that given a chance to win, most golfers, even the best, have a tendency to self-destruct

By Dan Jenkins

NOW FOR A WINNER...HERE'S JOHNNY

By Barry McDermott

Cup Fever

THE DELIRIUM OF CUP FEVER

Although they should be immune by now to rampant America's Cup optimism, the Australians have caught the bug again and have bet a healthy bundle on the good sloop 'Southern Cross'

By Coles Phinizy

TV/Radio

A WINNER KEPT UNDER WRAPS

By William Leggett

Baseball

THE WEEK (May 26-June 1)

By Joe Jares

Fishing

Back again—and hungry

Some folks feared that the weakfish had swum off into semi-extinction, but now they are here, sizable as ever and biting as never before

By Robert H. Boyle

Bridge

No way to beat the Blues

Four Aces and two top Canadians couldn't do it, even though only half—albeit the stronger half—of Italy's distinguished Blue Team played

By Charles Goren

Case 427

427: A CASE IN POINT

Violations of athletic policies and proprieties proved the ruin of sport at Long Beach State. A study of men and motives that raises uneasy questions about the games colleges play today

By Ray Kennedy

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 26-June 1

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

CREDITS

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