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Booktalk

A MAN WHO HAS BEEN TO THE TOP VIEWS THE CHILLING BEAUTY OF MOUNTAINS

By Mark Donovan

Shopwalk

THE WETBIKE IS GUARANTEED TO CROSS WATER WITH SOMETHING OF A SPLASH

By Lowell Cohn

Butcher's Bill

TOTING UP THE BUTCHER'S BILL

NFL quarterbacks are dropping at a record rate: 20 have been sent to the sidelines, two are out for the season

By Robert F. Jones

Loose As A Goose

HE'S LOOSE AS A GOOSE AND FLIES ON A BIKE

Jay Springsteen was just a 19-year-old "having fun" racing his motorcycle, until he started winning. Then, like everyone else, he got a case of plate fever

By Sam Moses

Lawn Bowls

the bowl doth run in biasse waies

THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO POINTS IS NOT A STRAIGHT LINE ON A LAWN BOWLING RINK

By Rose Mary Mechem

College Football

A real lulu in Lubbock

THE BONKERS LEVEL HIT A NEW HIGH AS UNBEATEN TEXAS TECH BOPPED TEXAS

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Harness Racing

Wiping out a clean sweep

IF KEYSTONE ORE HAD WON THE MESSENGER HE WOULD HAVE TAKEN PACING'S TRIPLE CROWN, BUT WINDSHIELD WIPER GOT HOME FIRST, AS THE SEER FORESAW

By Douglas S. Looney

Golf

Pate has the answer down pat

IS THE 23-YEAR-OLD U.S. OPEN CHAMP COCKY OR CONFIDENT? ASK THE ROOKIE

By Sarah Pileggi

Hockey

A little bit who counts

PHOENIX' ROBBIE FTOREK WEIGHS 150 POUNDS, BUT HE CARRIES A BIG STICK

By Peter Gammons

Yesterday

A FALL GUY BECAME A HERO BY SAILING A BALLOON AROUND THE EIFFEL TOWER

By Arnold Schechter

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 25-31

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

IT WAS NOTHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT

Rapped for his anti-Bobby Orr diatribe, Denis Potvin didn't keep a diary as the first-place New York Islanders spent a very frustrating week

By Peter Gammons

NEW GUARD FOR THE OLD GUARD

Gunner Gail Goodrich has joined gunner Pete Maravich in the New Orleans backcourt and the two of them have been racking up Jazzy statistics in the early going. Their coach, however, dreams of getting everyone into the act

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

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