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As I Saw It

BY ORDAINING A DYING YOUTH HIS NO. 1 ETERNAL FAN, ALI WAS THE GREATEST

By Willie Pastrano

Booktalk

THE PREEMINENT JOSH GIBSON RATES A BIOGRAPHY, BUT THIS ONE BATS .230

By Jonathan Yardley

Viewpoint

THOSE AUTHORS OF FLY-FISHING BOOKS SHOULD WADE INTO TROUBLED WATERS

By Michael Baughman

Playoffs

READY FOR A SONIC BOOM

Seattle was flying high, about to shut the Nuggets down, when it encountered Game-5 turbulence at 5,000 feet in Denver and had to head for home

By Curry Kirkpatrick

MOTHER'S DAY PRESENT FOR HIS FATHER

In the WCT finals, Gerulaitis beat Dibbs for the first time, pleasing his dad and enabling him to put a down payment on the Ferrari

By Barry McDermott

GIMME AN 'S' GIMME AN 'E', GIMME...

...an 'X'. And NFL fans are going to have it this coming season, as cheerleaders for more and more teams are adopting the Dallas Cowboy look. Where it's going to lead only Oakland Raider Coach John Madden knows

By Bruce Newman

Bute

NEW UPROAR OVER A CONTROVERSIAL DRUG

After one death and several accidents, some jockeys are beginning to ask questions about the Butazolidin being given to their horses

By Douglas S. Looney

Human Power

ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE-OR, IN THIS CASE, FROM THEM

With its two-man crew pedaling and cranking like mad, White Lightning broke through the 50-mph barrier to win the Human-Powered Speed Championships

By Sarah Pileggi

Swift and Sure

An Inside Strait

...and an outside rush into the rolling swells of the Pacific mark the Swiftsure Lightship Classic, in which the sailors find that the tides wait for no man

By Julie Lamb

TV/Radio

ADDING LINKS TO THE ANCHOR CHAIN

By Frank Deford

Baseball

I'll tell you what—this guy can hit

Not only that, Toronto's versatile Bob Bailor has already played six positions

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (May 7-13)

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

A bona fide lame excuse

Victor Coladonato's dream almost came true, but then Legend came up hurting

By Clive Gammon

Africa

The Game Goes On

By Robert F. Jones

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 8-14

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

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SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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