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Viewpoint

AS A FANTASY "ROCKY" IS FINE, BUT THE BIG FIGHT IS STRICTLY HOLLYWOOD

By H. R. Coursen

U.S. Open

TALK ABOUT TOTAL PRESSURE

Hubert Green had to withstand not only a final-round challenge from his rivals but also a death threat over the last four holes. He did both to take the U.S. Open

By Dan Jenkins

GENERATION GAP: HALF A LENGTH

Jade Prince and Nat Lobell—driven by the Kopases, father and son—finished one-two in the Cane Pace, leaving the Cinderella horse of the evening back among the pumpkins at Yonkers Raceway in the richest harness race ever

By Douglas S. Looney

Tom Terrific

TOM TERRIFIC ARMS THE RED ARSENAL

The Mets' big gun Tom Seaver could not make peace with his bosses, so they traded him to Cincinnati, where he got off to a booming start

By Larry Keith

Revved Up

REVVED UP TO RIDE ON AN OCEAN OF TROUBLE

A gutty crew is ready, set and about to go full throttle in a 36-footer after the record for an Atlantic crossing

By Ray Kennedy

Johncock

THE MAN IN THE FIBER GLASS MASK

Whenever he puts on his crash helmet, Indy car champion Gordon Johncock is no longer a shy, little guy who avoids the spotlight, but a fearless battler who gives no quarter

By Sam Moses

Baseball

They had a devil of a time

Bob Horner's bat and Jamie Allen's arm led Arizona State to the college title

By Peter Gammons

THE WEEK (June 12-18)

By Herman Weiskopf

Pool

A hustler meets an artist

The $10,000 Challenge of Champions matched up two opposite U.S. titleholders, the ultimate gamesman Larry Lisciotti against organization man Tom Jennings

By Mike DelNagro

Pro Basketball

'Help!' cried The Four-and got it

At the yearly NBA meeting, the Old 18 showed their new kids a little mercy

By John Papanek

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 13-19

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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