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Booktalk

WHEN BASEBALL'S FINEST MARCHED TO WAR, THE BROWNS DID AN ABOUT-FACE

By Jonathan Yardley

NCAA Basketball

THE CATS GO WILD

With Goose Givens cookin' for 41 points and Rick Robey for 20, Kentucky won its fifth national championship 94-88 over gutty young Duke

By Larry Keith

NO. 1 FOR THE WIZARDESS OF WESTWOOD

Billie Moore has picked up where John Wooden and his 10 titles left off, as her Bruins won the AIAW basketball championship

By Bruce Newman

THE SPARK IS MISSING

Oh, Sparky Lyle's in the Yankees' camp, but baseball is an afterthought because he thinks he's being crowded out of the bullpen

By John Papanek

NCAA Swim

BALD IS BEAUTIFUL IF YOU'RE A VOLUNTEER

Tennessee ended USC's win streak in the NCAA swimming championships, and, amazingly, none of the Vols caught a cold

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Spaghetti Racket

A WEIGHTY MATTER OF SPAGHETTI AND TENNIS BALLS

Antipasta and propasta factions have been clashing about the legitimacy of the notorious spaghetti racket. This July, the ITF makes its historic ruling

By J. D. Reed

TV/Radio

LIVING WITH DINKY RINK RATINGS

By William Leggett

Tennis

Graduation at Slims Prep

Julie Anthony took the honors at the Avon Futures Championship in the Georgia Tech basketball pavilion, but there were some gifted youngsters right behind her

By Sarah Pileggi

Boxing

He really could put his heart into it

He showed them a fast left and a newly polished right. He showed them he could take Earnie Shavers' best punch. And, accidentally, he showed them his fanny. But most of all, Larry Holmes showed the critics that he really could put his heart into it

By Pat Putnam

Horse Racing

CEM spells trouble in Kentucky

An outbreak of equine venereal disease has the breeders puzzled and worried

By William Leggett

Falklands

TROUT HEAVEN IN A BIT OF HELL

Off the tip of South America, among the ghosts of wrecked ships and lost seamen, the bleak and windswept Falkland Islands provide the angler with some of the world's biggest sea-run browns

By Clive Gammon

As I Did It

A 15-YEAR-OLD SAILOR DISCOVERS HOW TO CLIMB THE WIND AND CRACK AN EGG

By Richard Bode

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 20-26

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

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Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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