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Booktalk

A WRITER LOSES HIS WAY IN CLOUDS OF THEORY ABOUT THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE

By Jim Harrison

Yesterday

BICYCLES SET OFF A BLOOMER BOOM BECAUSE UNIPEDS COULD NOT PEDAL

By George Gipe

Entertainment

PETER SHAFFER'S 'EQUUS' CELEBRATES THE HORSE AS AN AWESOME PAGAN IDOL

By Frank Deford

The Future

WAVE HELLO TO THE FUTURE

The L.A. Open, won by an obscure 24-year-old named Pat Fitzsimons, showed that even as Miller chases Nicklaus hungry youngsters are chasing him

By Dan Jenkins

THEY LET THE 'CATS OUT OF THE BAG

Alabama had Kentucky and the SEC title all but wrapped up before Wildcat Kevin Grevey left 'Bama grievin'

By Curry Kirkpatrick

A GREEN MACHINE WITH SIX GEARS

Out on the road, Boston had a little transmission trouble—nothing that couldn't be fixed with Celtic spirit and a few spare parts from the bench

By Pat Putnam

Indoor Soccer

THE SPORT THAT CAME IN FROM THE COLD

Pelé might shudder, but indoor soccer, with six men to a side and played on a hockey-sized field, leads to more action and scoring

By Tex Maule

Baseball

Run, Seaver, Run

The Roots of Spring

By Ron Fimrite

TV/Radio

A VOICE FROM THE PAST

By William Leggett

College Basketball

Fast Train to the top

Highballing Lionel Hollins helps keep Arizona State right on track

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Squash

Racket guy from Brooklyn

But Vic Niederhoffer doesn't use dem or dose. The five-time U.S. champ has a Ph. D., a million-dollar business and wears a tux—with track shoes

By Dan Levin

Hockey

Sun child in the icy nets

Jim Warden's surfer life-style gives him some uncomfortable moments at Michigan Tech, but he is right at home in front of a hockey goal

By Mark Mulvoy

Track & Field

Three for the money

The professionals are still here and they say they are doing fine

By Ron Reid

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 17-23

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

CREDITS

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