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Viewpoint

HOW CAN ASHE LOCATE HIS PARTNER IF THEY'RE ALL DRESSED LIKE CONNORS?

By J.D. Reed

As I Saw It

AN EXOTIC 'TOURING PRO' MADE A LOVE OF THE YO-YO AN UP AND DOWN AFFAIR

By J.D.Reed

Footloose

A TINY RIVER FULL OF TROUT RUNS CLOSE BY MANHATTAN'S MAINSTREAM

By Dan Levin

Shopwalk

TICKETRON MAY BE THE TICKET IF YOU DON'T WANT TO WIND UP BEHIND A POLE

By Douglas S. Looney

Bridge Scandal

IT WASN'T ALL IN THE CARDS

Last January in Houston, Richard Katz (left) and his bridge partner Lawrence Cohen mystifyingly withdrew from the U.S. team championship while well ahead. Now that a $44 million suit has been filed, the facts are coming to light

By Walter Bingham

THEY SAVED THE BEST FOR THE VERY LAST

It was a nine-team photo finish, but Boston's battling Bruins were the biggest winners on the wildest final Sunday in the NHL's history

By Peter Gammons

BULL'S-EYE FOR THE BLACK DART

In recent years Mario Andretti has been labeled a hard-luck driver. But his sleek new Lotus has proved to be on the mark, and he showed that the tag was a bum rap at the U.S. Grand Prix West

By Sam Moses

Still Counting

78 VICTORIES AND SHE'S STILL COUNTING

Some thought her past her prime, but Kathy Whitworth earned the richest prize of her career, holding off youth in the Colgate-Dinah Shore

By Sarah Pileggi

Baseball 1977

By Ron Fimrite

There's a surprise in every package

The Bird

'He's not a bird, he's a human'

By Ron Fimrite

Baseball 1977

The East

By Jim Kaplan

The West

By Joe Marshall

The East

By Larry Keith

The West

By Ron Fimrite

Movies

'BLACK SUNDAY,' A DISASTER FLICK THAT ISN'T A BOMB

By Frank Deford

Tennis

What's with Who's That?

Plenty. After five seasons of being whatshisname, Brian Gottfried is making a name for himself: he's won four tournaments this year and 39 of 42 matches

By Frank Deford

Platform Tennis

The Forest Hills Hilton

What's a pretty girl like this doing on a paddle court? Cleaning up, that's what

By Mark Donovan

Boxing

It's that new college try

Knocked out as an NCAA sport back in 1960, boxing is getting up off the canvas with the help of some dedicated men like Al McChesney of West Chester State

By Robert H. Boyle

Soccer

A laughing matter no longer

Foreign stars used to snicker at the NASL, but as the league opens its 11th season, and the renowned Pelé (above) starts his 21st and last, it now has respect

By J.D. Reed

Hack Wilson

WHY AIN'T I IN THE HALL?

By Mark Kram

WHY ARE THESE STARS ON THE OUTS?

By Robert W. Creamer

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 28-April 3

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited By Robert W. Creamer

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