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As I Did It

A FISH STORY IN WHICH THEY DIDN'T ALL GET AWAY; THEY DIDN'T EVEN SHOW UP

By Dan Levin

Booktalk

CHRISTY MATHEWSON'S BOOK IS BACK, AFTER 65 YEARS OF GATHERING DUST

By Jonathan Yardley

Raiders-Broncos

UPENDING THE UPSTARTS

Unfazed by an earlier loss to the unbeaten Broncos or by the raging football mania in Denver, Oakland ran over its uppity challenger for an easy 24-14 win

By Joe Marshall

The Kickers

THEY'RE KICKING UP A REAL STORM

Scoring from midfield has now become almost commonplace in the Southwest Conference, where there is a triumvirate of sharpshooting field-goal artists who boot the ball barefoot, soccer-style and even straight ahead

By Joe Jares

Free Agents

IS IT DAFT—OR DEFT—TO DRAFT?

On the eve of the second free-agent draft, it's time to assess the performances of last year's selectees. Cleveland, for one, got mixed results

By Larry Keith

TV/Radio

BIG SCORERS IN THE AD GAME

By Melissa Ludtke

Football's Week

Is Colgate going to be squeezed out again?

Like No. 1 Texas, the Red Raiders crush an opponent every week, but unlike the Longhorns', their bowl chances are dim

By Michael DelNagro

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Olympics

Found: a place in the sun

If it were not for Los Angeles, the '84 Olympics would have gone begging, but Southern Californians say they can solve all the problems and run a Spartan show

By William Oscar Johnson

Nature

Bewildered by a lot of claptrap

Following an inflammatory campaign, Ohioans vote on banning leg-hold traps

By Dan Levin

Pro Basketball

Clyde, Laughing Cavalier

Walt Frazier was the idol of New York Knick fans until the last two seasons, when the affair soured. Now he has a new home, if not yet a house, in Cleveland

By John Papanek

Semi-Tough

ROLL 1 TAKE 2: SEMI-TOUGH

The writer of the best-selling pro football novel watches with dismay and reluctant admiration as Hollywood transforms his book into a movie

By Dan Jenkins

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 24-30

19th Hole: The Reader Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READER TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

CREDITS

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