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She'd Rather Switch

SHE'D RATHER SWITCH—AND FIGHT

Transsexual Dr. Renee Richards didn't win the Tennis Week Open, but she won some friends and influenced some people

By Ray Kennedy

THE LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT

And the Reds are masters of minutiae, as they showed by winning three of four in a playoff preview with the Phillies

By Ron Fimrite

LEGALIZED WAGERING? YOU BETCHA!

Pro football fans in Delaware will be able to bet on the outcome of NFL contests now that the league has lost the first quarter of its courtroom game to keep the tiny state from implementing its legal pari-mutuel lottery card scheme

By Douglas S. Looney

MINNESOTA HAD TO EAT CROATMEAL

The league brass was hoping for a win by the Kicks, who had the right image. But ethnic Toronto, which did not, beat them 3-0 to take home the NASL title

By J. D. Reed

College Football

TELL YOU WHAT YOU DO

A mythical—or perhaps not so mythical—coach leans back, waves his $1.50 cigar and tells college football just how to solve its problems and face up to the future

By John Underwood

SCOUTING REPORTS

By Joe Jares

CONFERENCES

By Joe Jares

INDEPENDENTS

By Joe Jares

SMALL COLLEGES

By Joe Jares

Baseball

Two who suit K.C. to a tee

WITH MARK LITTELL AND STEVE MINGORI, THE ROYALS GET DOUBLE THE RELIEF

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (Aug. 22-28)

New Boys

NEW BOYS ON THE BLOCK

From the day he's hired, a college football coach has two things in common with his predecessor—a belief he can do the job, a good chance he won't. Meet four fresh optimists

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 23-30

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by William Oscar Johnson

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