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Forest Hills

A DUEL OF PACE AND POWER

"The best tennis I've ever played" was demanded of Jimmy Connors to beat Bjorn Borg, while Chris Evert walloped Evonne Goolagong to turn the U.S. Open into an All-American jamboree

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE A'S PUT ON A BURST OF SPEED

The stars are unsigned and unhappy, and the owner says he'd like to take a whack at DH, but despite such bizarre circumstances, Oakland is fast enough on the base paths to be making a serious late run at Kansas City

By Ron Fimrite

You Need A T.D.

YOU NEED A T.D. IN SOUTH BEND

According to the saying, that's what a visiting team needs just to get even in the clamorous confines of Notre Dame Stadium. According to Pitt Coach Johnny Majors, one T.D. is all you will ever need if it's Tony Dorsett

By John Underwood

College Football

Sympathy for the Devils

WHEN HIGHLY RANKED ARIZONA STATE WAS CAST BACK INTO THE SHADOWS BY UCLA ON THURSDAY NIGHT, THE TUNE WAS CALLED FOR AN UPSETTING WEEKEND

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Mike Del Nagro

Pro Football

A breath of fresh air

THE COLTS HIT THE FAN AFTER HIS RECENT EXPLOSION, SO OWNER IRSAY, WHO MADE MILLIONS IN AIR CONDITIONING, KEPT HIS COOL WHEN THEY BEAT THE PATS

By Joe Marshall

Cycling

She was the Young of old

HAVING TROUNCED ARCHRIVAL SUE NOVARA TO WIN THE WORLD SPRINTS, OLYMPIC SPEED-SKATING CHAMP SHEILA YOUNG WAS READY TO BEGIN HER HONEYMOON

By Christopher Matthews

Baseball

No joke in Philadelphia

EVER HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE TEAM THAT HAD A 15-GAME LEAD AND AN EYE ON THE PENNANT WHEN ALL OF A SUDDEN IT FORGOT HOW TO WIN? NOT VERY FUNNY

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (Sept. 5-11)

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 6-12

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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