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Booktalk

REGGIE JACKSON TELLS A SECRET ABOUT BOWIE AND A BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE

By Jonathan Yardley

Shopwalk

WHICH WITCH? A LOOK AT THE MAGIC MARKET FOR TEAMS THAT NEED MIRACLES

By Martha Smilgis

Rush Hour

RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC MOVING AT 170 MPH

Lured by the prospect of racing cars snarling through downtown, 65,000 fans watched Brian Redman take the inaugural Long Beach Grand Prix

By Robert F. Jones

Watkins Glen

A mix of cool and corn pone

What? You mean there's no Dom Perignon?

By Robert F. Jones

College Football

Smoke through a keyhole

That's Joe Washington of Oklahoma—just here, now there, hit hard, still moving—a runner who Sooner fans insist is the best in the country

By Edwin Shrake

THE WEEK

By Larry Keith

Golf

A champion is identified

Which is the USGA way of announcing that from a field of 132 players, 60-year-old William Colm survived to take its senior title

By Sarah Pileggi

Lacrosse

It was provincial indeed

With the Caribous on hand, the NLL finals became an all-Quebec affair

By J. D. Reed

Horse Racing

Forego makes it foregone

—or almost: his selection, that is, as Horse of the Year, by drubbing Wajima in the Woodward. And he did it, naturally, in partial Eclipse

By William Leggett

Babe

BABE

She was all there was to cheer about in 1932 with the nation locked in the Great Depression—a bumpkin and a braggart out of a Texas trolley-barn playground. And those glorious feats, at the Olympic Games were just the beginning for...

By William Oscar Johnson

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 22-28

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 Robert W. Creamer

IN THE EYE OF THE STORM

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston pits its youth, esprit de Fenway and momentum against the ordnance, speed and postseasoning of the world champions

By Ron Fimrite

NATIONAL LEAGUE

It looks to be upstream all the way for Pittsburgh in the Ohio River Series; but the "home disadvantage" could sink the Reds

SACKS PUT THE GAME IN THE BAG

With its defense pillaging the Giant backfield and a potent new offense, Washington skinned New York

By Dan Jenkins

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD