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IF YOU MUST GO TEARING THROUGH LIFE, BE SURE TO TAKE DUCT TAPE ALONG

By J. D. Reed

As I Saw It

DURING KENTUCKY DERBY DAY, THESE FOLKS PUT THE CAR BEFORE THE HOUSE

By Robert W. Creamer

Booktalk

IF YOU DON'T WANT TO TOSS A FRISBEE OR PLAY WITH A YO-YO, GO FLY A KITE

By J. D. Reed

Stanley Cup

STATING THEIR CASE

As the Stanley Cup raged on, Boston's Brad Park and the Montreal Three looked capable of filling Bobby Orr's big skates

By Peter Gammons

SOUTH AMERICA TAKES IT AWAY

For the fourth time in 11 years a South American team spoiled America's Davis Cup hopes. Led by Guillermo Vilas, one of the biggest names in his country since Juan Perón, and supported by unheralded Ricardo Cano, Argentina dumped the U.S. 3-2

By Walter Bingham

COUPLE OF BABES IN THE WOODS

Playoff neophytes Denver and Portland clashed in the NBA's most scenic series

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Relays

A NEW GENERATION OF BLUES FANS

While the Olympians seemed to be suffering a post-Montreal letdown at the Drake Relays, a couple of unknowns took the opportunity to serve notice that the established stars better not stay down in the dumps for too long

By Joe Marshall

THE OLD ORDER HOLDS AT PENN

By Anita Verschoth

Derby Preview

FOR THE MOMENT, ON THE SCENT OF ROSES

Come Kentucky Derby Day, the chestnut colt may be thoroughly outclassed by Seattle Slew, but until then the owners of the Blue Grass victor can have high hopes

By William Leggett

A GUNNYSACK THAT'S FULL OF QUIRKS

By Douglas S. Looney

Duane Bobick

HE'S NOT PRETTY, HE'S JUST PERSISTENT

Sometime boy gravedigger and Olympic flop, Duane Bobick, the Great White Hope of the moment, approaches a nice payday with favored Ken Norton

By Douglas S. Looney

TV/Radio

GOLD GLOVER SNAGS A BIG ROLE

By William Leggett

Baseball

Reborn in a Brave new world

An MVP at 23, Jeff Burroughs was in a bad slump, but a trade to Atlanta has been like a breath of fresh air

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (April 24-30)

By Jim Kaplan

Tennis

The WTT reigns in Plains

Of course, Billy Carter and Miz Lillian got into the act, but the real stars of last week's Georgia tennis extravaganza were the Soviets and the Phoenix Racquets

By Barry McDermott

Pro Basketball

A splendid Warrior who knows his onions

Rick Barry insists they be sliced perfectly, and perfectly is how he thinks Golden State should play. It did its best, taking favored L.A. to seven games

By Ron Fimrite

Bowling

Shark attack at the Riviera

A hustler since he was 10, Mike Berlin had what it took to win the Firestone

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 25-May 1

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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