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As I See It

WHEN THE TEENY WEENY LEAGUE PLAYS BALL, THE COACH RUNS FOR HIS LIFE

By David J. Wright

Booktalk

A ROUND-HEADED KID ON THE MOUND! A BEAGLE AT SHORT! GOOD GRIEF!

By Bruce Allen

Footloose

NO MORE RIDES ON AN ELEPHANT, THANK YOU, BUT I'D WALK A MILE ON A CAMEL

By Jeannette Bruce

Art talk

A CLOSET WORLD SERIES HERO RUNS A GALLERY DEVOTED TO SPORTING LIFE

By Bill Verigan

Red Takeover

READYING A RED TAKEOVER

Carlos Reutemann's victory for Ferrari at Long Beach served notice that red is far from dead on the Grand Prix circuit

By Sam Moses

A FAVORITE WHO DIDN'T NEED LUCK'S FAVORS

Alydar, Calumet's outstanding 3-year-old, left a feline talisman and Believe It behind after an impressive win in the Florida Derby

By William Leggett

AN AFFIRMATIVE ANSWER

By Joe Jares

CORNELL STAYED DOWN ON THE FARM

Which is the Big Red's way of saying it held off overconfidence and small-college champion Hobart to triumph in lacrosse's Super Bowl

By Joe Marshall

Long, Long Run

IT'S THE END OF A LONG, LONG RUN

Through 16 seasons and more games—1,441—than anyone else has played, John Havlicek has gone full tilt for the Celtics. This weekend, at age 38, his farewell tour ended, he comes to a stop in Boston Garden

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Baseball 1978

Masters In Our Midst

The Despot and the Diplomat

By Melissa Ludtke

The West

By Ron Fimrite

The East

By Larry Keith

The West

By Joe Marshall

The East

By Jim Kaplan

Racquetball

Both the best and worst

In a game in which indecorous behavior is the rule, the aggressive and abrasive Marty Hogan is the most ill-mannered player and the most accomplished

By Jim Kaplan

Golf

Well, she can't win them all

Rookie Nancy Lopez was on a hot streak but cooled off at Mission Hills

By John Papanek

Horse Racing

A final toast to a beloved 'chaser

Red Rum's injured fetlock kept his many fans in suspense all week before they learned that the grand old horse wouldn't run in the Grand National, but in a fitting finale, riderless, he led his last post parade

By Clive Gammon

Rowing

It's a tough act to follow

And that's just what the Penn, Cal and Harvard crews did, finishing in the wake of Washington's hardy and unyielding crew (below) on San Diego's Mission Bay

By Dan Levin

Opening Day

Spring Has Sprung

It's Opening Day, so buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, remember to hold the label up and tell me Who's on First?

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 27-April 2

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyres

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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