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Shopwalk

LACE UP A LIMMER, IT'S THE WAY FOR A HIKER TO GET OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT

By Susan Kamb

The Reds

THE –ØEDS ARE COMING!

Détente with the Dodgers is not in Cincinnati's lexicon as the Reds surge into hot contention—a rise coinciding with the repositioning of that thorny go-get-'em outfielder, Pete Rose, at third base

By Roy Blount Jr.

Final Drive

A FINAL DRIVE TO THE FINISH

Hours after winning yet another race with a surging kick, distance runner Steve Prefontaine was killed in a car crash. The author, a fellow Olympian, looks back at track's angry man

By Kenny Moore

Volleyball

THE NEWEST KIDS ON THE BLOCK

In the recent tradition of soccer, team tennis and box lacrosse, volleyball has turned pro but with a coed format

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Short Fuse

SHORTSTOP WITH A SHORT FUSE

There's no debating the dolce of his vita around the pad; the question about Tim Foli, slick fielder and hothead, is whether his temperament has helped or hurt his career

By Pat Jordan

Baseball

Jim's jolly rejuvenation

Creeping in on big Kaat feet, the White Sox' elderly lefthander is befogging American League batters with the quickest pitch in baseball

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (May 25-31)

By Herman Weiskopf

Lacrosse

Topsy-turvy title for the Terps

Despite bad starts, Maryland and Navy ended up in the NCAA finals

By Joe Marshall

Golf

Score a bogey for Beman

Deane Beman canceled the Tournament of Champions but, pressured by his touring pros, he hauled out the white flag and reinstated the event

By Barry McDermott

Hockey

A bunch with character

Known as a bunch of characters who would rather fight than switch off, the mettlesome Flyers showed their finesse to win another Stanley Cup

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 25-June 1

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Bob Ottum

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