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Playoffs

A BEAUT OF A BRAWL

Washington and Buffalo, two of the best, beat up on each other in a rugged and unpredictable NBA playoff series

By Pat Putnam

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE THERE'S IRE

Los Angeles and Cincinnati have the most inflammatory rivalry in baseball and it's off to a blazing start this season

By Ron Fimrite

WHO SAID PENGUINS CAN'T FLY?

Winging through the early Stanley Cup rounds, Pittsburgh drew capacity-plus crowds, but unless they bump into a financial angel sometime soon, the Penguins will continue to be an endangered species

By Mark Mulvoy

Scott

THE MAN WHO STOOD SPORT ON ITS HEAD

...or, for better or worse (and lately worse), tried to. Jack Scott led the radical movement in athletics and got to test his ideas at Ohio's Oberlin. Now he is embroiled in the Patty Hearst case, some famous sports figures are being grilled by the FBI and the rebellion he headed has lost followers and its fierceness

By Ray Kennedy

Explosive Set

SERVING UP AN EXPLOSIVE SET

The first skirmish of the tennis revolution has been fought and won, and now is the time, the author says, to bring up the artillery

By Frank Deford

Baseball

The Cubs open with clubs

The biggest of which was swung smartly by the perennially "promising" Rick Monday as Chicago's overachievers won seven straight games

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (April 13-19)

By Herman Weiskopf

Tennis

Cool warmup for Jimbo

Hyping the biggie with Newcombe, Connors wins in his WCT debut

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Pro Basketball

A win for high Spirits

By Barry McDermott

Golf

Make way for Palmer II

This one is named Sandra-no relation to Arnold-and she won the Dinah Shore tournament and with it a man-size check for $32,000

By Sarah Pileggi

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 14-20

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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