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Shopwalk

NOW YOU CAN BE THE FIRST PERSON ON YOUR BLOCK TO ICE-SKATE ON WHEELS

By Lowell Cohn

Bootalk

A VOLUME THAT TELLS EVERYTHING YOU ALREADY KNEW ABOUT RED AUERBACH

By Jonathan Yardley

Footloose

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO GET TO LAKE SCROOGIE-WOOGIE, VISIT EXXON

By Virginia Kraft

Wrong Numbers

SOME VERY WRONG NUMBERS

ABC's tournament hoped to find U.S. champs. Instead Don King brought in chumps, chiselers and pugs who don't belong in "The Ring"

By Robert H. Boyle

HOW TO GET ZAPPED AND STILL BE A CHAMP

In a non-title fight, the two unbeaten bantamweights went zinging at one another. But when Zarate finally unloosed his Z-bombs everything went zilch for Zamora

By Pat Putnam

Keeping Cool

THEY KEPT COOL DURING A COLD STREAK

As their rivals hoped, the Yankees got off to a bad start. But despite losing eight of nine they did not lose their poise, and that could mean a pennant

By Larry Keith

Crazy River

DOWN A CRAZY RIVER

A DILLY OF A DERBY

By Dan Levin

Kendler

SERVED UP, IMPERIALLY, UNDER GLASS

Push Bob Kendler and he'll push back—only harder. Which explains how the multimillionaire builder became the emperor of handball and racquetball

By Morton Sharnik

Baseball

I'll come home to you, said Willie

And so he has. In the town where little cable cars climb halfway to the stars, so do 39-year-old McCovey's rockets

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK (April 17-23)

By Jim Kaplan

Hockey

The Cash was laundered

Once the baddest of the Big Bad Bruins, Wayne Cashman has cleaned up his act. Boston's new captain now does his cutting before the game, as L.A. learned

By Peter Gammons

Karate

Call this one a game of feet

Every fighter—and the audience—had their kicks coming as the heavy-, middle-and lightweight full-contact karate titles were contested in Las Vegas, where the sport managed a leap forward

By Joe Jares

Horse Racing

No sweat for Slew in the Wood

The Derby favorite was looking for a hard workout, but he only got a breeze

By William Leggett

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 18-24

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Ron Reid

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