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Footloose

A COLORED ACCOUNT OF A FISH SHOW: WE WEREN'T GIVEN A FIGHTING CHANCE

By Kenny Moore

Booktalk

IN ZAÏRE MAILER WAS FLOORED BY HIS WRITING: HE WAS SADLY OUT OF SHAPE

By Jonathan Yardley

Forbes Case

A NONDECISION BEGS THE QUESTION

When a criminal court jury became deadlocked in the Dave Forbes case, the future nature of hockey was also left hanging

By Ray Kennedy

New Grizzlies

THEY'RE GRINNING AND BEARING

Ex-Dolphins Csonka, Kiick and Warfield and their three new Caddys have made the big switch to the Memphis Grizzlies. As exhibition games began, they demolished their first foe: Technicolor pants

By Robert F. Jones

Baseball

A good old country boy

Mike Hargrove sure does like snuff, and eats up steak and AL pitching

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (July 13-19)

By Herman Weiskopf

Golf

Breezing in at the Open

Gritty Sandra Palmer overcame 30-mph winds, mower-busting rough and hard-baked greens to score a four-stroke victory at Atlantic City

By Barry McDermott

Salesman

NO DEATH FOR A SALESMAN

College sport is in danger of being killed, a victim of murderously high costs. But Athletic Director Don Canham peddles "enjoyment" as he once did socks and has little trouble footing Michigan's whopping bill

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 14-20

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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