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Brawl Game

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BRAWL GAME

Ugly incidents caused by rowdy fans are multiplying, and the reasons go far beyond the sale of cheap beer in the grandstand

By Ron Fimrite

FLOW SWIFTLY, LITTLE CURRENT

When they talk about class among the 3-year-olds, it almost always comes down to what happens in the Belmont Stakes. A mile and a half is the real test. Now everyone has a colt to talk about

By Whitney Tower

HUFFING, PUFFING AND PUNCHING

Tennessee

FLYING HIGH FOR TENNESSEE

A steeplechaser and a sprinter led an army of Volunteers past UCLA to the NCAA track and field championship

By Pat Putnam

Case 427: Part II

THE PAYOFF

The story is sleazy, the testimony contradictory, the consequences degrading to all concerned. A detailed account of charges leveled against Long Beach State and an intimation that the problem at this university is the problem elsewhere in college sport

By Ray Kennedy

Babes in The Swedish Woods

People

PEOPLE

By Harold Peterson

Baseball

Forkballer of the year

Gaylord Perry has 10 consecutive wins and, he insists, a dry sinker

By Pat Jordan

THE WEEK (June 2-8)

By Jim Kaplan

Racquetball

The game plan is to avoid getting waffle-faced

Don't be embarrassed, there are a lot of people who have never heard of racquetball. Here it is in all its glory at the world championships

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Boxing

Guardian of the garbage

Figuring that the best defense is to be offensive, the publisher pans everybody in his own eccentric crusade to protect the fight game

By Dan Levin

Reggie

'EVERYONE IS HELPLESS AND IN AWE'

That, says Reggie Jackson, is the impression that suffuses him after one of his majestic drives, and it is becoming commonplace as the Oakland slugger races on to a higher stardom, unfettered in life as he is at the plate

By Roy Blount Jr.

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 3-9

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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