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Singular Hitters

HITTERS OF SINGULAR SKILLS

Swinging for the gaps instead of the fences—and flirting with .400—Rod Carew leads a band of throwbacks who are splendidly defying the game's long-ball mania

By Ron Fimrite

HELLO THERE, MR. MALONE, WHAT'S NEW?

GENTLY, WITH A BIG KICK

Meet mild-mannered claims adjuster Rick Wohlhuter who, rest assured, is the world's speediest half-miler

By Ron Reid

AND GRACEFULLY, FROM IN FRONT

By Robert F. Jones

HARD SELL FOR SOME HARD KNOCKS

Jerry Quarry sold a lot of people the notion that he was a changed man, but Joe Frazier didn't buy it. The result: a familiar ending

By Mark Kram

People

PEOPLE

By Harold Peterson

Baseball

THE WEEK (June 16-22)

By Jim Kaplan

Golf

My, what a strange ending

Eagling the final hole, Curtis Strange, a freshman at Wake Forest, won the NCAA championship for the Deacons and the individual title for himself

By Barry McDermott

Rowing

Smooth and rude and fast

The national title was settled at a new regatta where a boatload of rugged individualists from Harvard treated host Washington most discourteously

By Dan Levin

Horse Racing

Chris Evert wins a triple

The filly with the tennis name is the four-legged woman of the year

By Whitney Tower

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 17-23

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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