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AT LAST, A WATCH THAT REVEALS YOUR PULSE WITH UNDERSTATED ELEGANCE

By Douglas Looney

IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A HAND-BUILT BIKE, BE READY TO HAND OVER $1,000

By Anita Verschoth

Yesterday

UMPS REALLY TOOK SOME LUMPS AND BUMPS IN THE EARLY DAYS OF BASEBALL

By George Gipe

Hobbytalk

COLLECTORS ARE GETTING A BANG OUT OF INEXPENSIVE ANTIQUE FIREARM KITS

By Virginia Kraft

Stanley Cup

THEY RUINED THE BRUINS

With an awesome display of one-upmanship, the glittering Montreal Canadiens left Boston in tatters as they scored their second straight sweep in the final round of the Stanley Cup

By Peter Gammons

L.A. COULDN'T MOVE THE MOUNTAIN

And for that matter, the Lakers couldn't handle Bill Walton's Portland teammates either, the speedier, deeper, better-balanced Blazers swarming over Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and stunning Los Angeles in four games

By Curry Kirkpatrick

TEACHING THEM A LESSON IN TIMING

Ex-school principal Tom Sneva waited until it counted to break the 200-mph mark at Indianapolis

By Sam Moses

winging it on the way down

TV/Radio

THESE PEOPLE DON'T HORSE AROUND

By William Leggett

Baseball

Benched from the bench

Flamboyant Braves owner Ted Turner tried to put a stop to his team's 16-game losing streak by becoming a manager. He lost one more and his seat in the dugout

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK (May 8-14)

By Jim Kaplan

Tennis

He's a first-class tourist

Concluding his inaugural season on the WCT tour, Jimmy Connors unloaded a salvo of winners to defeat the fast-improving Dick Stockton and win the championship

By John Underwood

Horse Racing

A hero who has gone on to Happy Valley

While the sun shone bright on my old Kentucky home, Bill Hartack, the rider with the finest record in the Derby, had a single sorry mount at a Hong Kong track

By Frank Deford

Volleyball

The Big Cy wasn't one bit shy

Chris Marlowe sneered and snarled as always, but his team lost the Nationals

By Joe Jares

Track & Field

Byrne, as in blazing

Top high school runner Kevin Byrne is fast closing in on a four-minute mile

By Anita Verschoth

Boxing

Make him 38 and one

The bell rang, Bobick stepped out—and became America's great white hopeless

By Pat Putnam

As I Did It

BEFORE HITLER ABASED THE SWASTIKA, BOYS TOOK ON AN ORDEAL TO WEAR IT

By Jerry Cowle

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 9-15

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Ron Reid

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