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LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL OF BEER, TOP NASCAR DRIVERS TAKE ON NASHVILLE

By Roy Blount Jr.

Splashdown

SPLASHDOWN AT THE SPEEDWAY

There were 65 miles to go when the rains came, as did Bobby Unser's Jorgensen Eagle, sluicing across the line to seize the Indianapolis 500

By Robert F. Jones

The Warriors Were Bulletproof

Led by big gun Rick Barry and backed up by a host of able spear carriers, Golden State whipped Washington in four straight to win the NBA title

By Pat Putnam

THEY DIDN'T HAVE THE FOGGIEST IN THE FINALS

With pea soup rolling in on their playoff series, Philadelphia and Buffalo discovered why "Mayday" is an international signal for distress.

By Mark Mulvoy

China

AND THE YU-I FLOWED LIKE WINE

Good spirit. Friendship. That was the mood that intoxicated everyone as U.S. athletes peacefully invaded China for the first track and field competition ever conducted between the two countries

By John Underwood

Big Bad Boats

BITTEN BY THE BIG BAD BOAT BUG

The zealots who cannot shake the unlimited hydroplane habit open the new season in the certain knowledge that heartbreak lies around the bend

By Coles Phinizy

TV/Radio

NBC AND THE NEW COLLEGE TRY

By William Leggett

Baseball

Nothin', could be finah

Bobby Richardson, the Yank from Dixie, coaches a hot college team

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (May 18-23)

By Herman Weiskopf

Golf

If your game feels sick, visit Dr. Swing

Hooking your drives? Skulling your irons? Chances are, teaching pro Bob Toski has the remedy. Pay him a call, and you'll say ahhh

By Barry McDermott

Swimming

The drift of the century

Boosted by the Gulf Stream, buoyed by a kickboard, towed in part by his boat, Benson Huggard got a "record," but not his goal

By Dan Levin

Martin

Love, Hate and Billy Martin

The man who turned the Twins, Tigers and Rangers into winners in spite of a brawler's image that jeopardized his career confesses to a 'deep love-pride' in baseball. But he hasn't mellowed, so cross him at your peril

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 19-24

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 Bob Ottum

CREDITS

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