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April 25, 1977 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

FOR FISH AND GAME THE FREEZE IS ON IN AN EXOTIC NEW KIND OF TAXIDERMY

By Jeannette Bruce

A NEW PRODUCT FOR JOGGERS HAS HIT THE MARKET AND GETS CHEWED OUT

By Jay Cronley

As I Saw It

THE SETTING WAS MINNESOTA, BUT THE RIVALRY WAS THE GIANTS VS. DODGERS

By David Butwin

Booktalk

SOME MOMENTS OF REMORSE AND PRIDE IN THE PAGES OF AN ARCHER'S JOURNAL

By Michael Marsh

Celtics

THE BEARING OF THE GREEN

Proud, confident, combative—the Boston Celtics were all that last week, sweeping aside San Antonio and winning a big one in Philadelphia

By Curry Kirkpatrick

TIP OF THE HAT, CUT OF THE BAT

To win over their fans, the Toronto Blue Jays have doffed their caps and hit some long raps. But where's the beer?

By Ron Fimrite

HOLLYWOOD OR BUST FOR OFF-BROADWAY JOE

Waived by the Jets, free agent Joe Willie Namath desperately wants to sign with the Los Angeles Rams, but do the Rams want Namath, or Houston's Dan Pastorini?

By Joe Marshall

In One Stroke

CHOKING OFF CRITICISM WITH ONE STROKE

A pressure putt at Augusta finally silenced those who were saying that Tom Watson couldn't win a big one. A look at a confident Masters champ

By Sarah Pileggi

YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS GAME WITH A STICK

JOY IS HAVING NO RED BRUISES

By Mark Donovan

Goodby Records

GIMMICKS, GADGETS, GOODBY RECORDS

In their pursuit of speed, swimmers have resorted to Operation Balloon, hydrodynamically friction-proofing sprays and Samuel Taylor Coleridge

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

TV/Radio

QUICK BITES OF A SPORTING FEAST

By William Leggett

Track And Field

His past is slipping into the future

After sitting out the last two Olympic Games, Al Oerter is throwing the discus again and aiming to add to his collection of gold medals

By Walter Bingham

Baseball

He's an irregular regular

Bill Robinson is off to a fast start, but he still has no position to call his own

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (April 10-16)

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

No million-dollar baby

The first Secretariat wore No. 1, a good omen, but the golden filly who looks like her daddy ran like a dud, and was beaten by some quick maidens

By William F. Reed

Hockey

The away advantage

Twice losers at Philadelphia, the Flyers won twice at Toronto to tie the series

By Peter Gammons

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 11-17

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by William Oscar Johnson

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