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Movietalk

ROLLERBALL IS SURE TO BE SOCKO, BUT THE BLOW-BY-BLOW IS A BLOODY BORE

By Sam Moses

Booktalk

A LONGTIME CHALLENGER OF DOGGY DOGMA GOES TO TOWN ONCE MORE

By Virginia Kraft

Old Times

IT WAS LIKE OLD TIMES

The Red Sox clawed back to the top, beating the Yankees in an SRO series so reminiscent of past Hub-thumpers

By Ron Fimrite

WAGERING AT CENTRE COURT? GAD SIR!

Wimbledon opened with on-site betting, which shook up traditionalists, but not the huge crowds. The Lovebird Double was 5¼ to 1

By Joe Jares

TWO WAYS TO STICK IT TO 'EM

Pro lacrosse's best players, Paul Suggate and John Davis, share only one trait: both are unstoppable scorers

By Larry Keith

Warming Up

WARMING UP FOR WINTER

A BIG LEAP AND A LOT OF FAITH

By Jule Campbell

TV/Radio

THE NETWORKS ARE TEEING UP

By William Leggett

Baseball

Nice work if you can get it

Among the good things on Ed Kranepool's plate is a $70,000 salary for part-time play. The Met first baseman earns it with a nifty average

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (June 22-28)

By Herman Weiskopf

Harness Racing

Twice around, in style

Beaten but once in two years, Nero was in no danger last week. He won the Cane in two heats by demonstrating both versatility and speed

By Barry McDermott

Golf

'They knew I was a contender'

Amy Alcott, 19 and a rookie, has the self-confidence of a tour veteran

By Mark Donovan

Track & Field

Busy body at the AAU

Pentathlete Jane Frederick could not show all of her talent, but a little of her ability went a long way

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 23-29

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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