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Bonny Victory

A BONNY VICTORY

Jack Nicklaus won his third British Open at what has come to be his native heath, Scotland's Royal and Ancient

By Dan Jenkins

Leon Spinks

SOMETIMES A GUY'S GOTTA SWOOP

And when that mood strikes, it's fly away now and train later for Leon Spinks, who is enjoying the heavyweight title in his own style as he prepares to meet Muhammad Ali in their September showdown in New Orleans

By Bruce Newman

Phillies

THE LITTLE BIG MAN FOR THE PHILLIES

While teammates of greater stature slumped or sat, Shortstop Larry Bowa used his bat, glove and guts to take Philadelphia to the divisional lead

By Larry Keith

Oshkosh

OFF TO OSHKOSH, BY COSH

A COW WON'T CARE

By Julia Lamb

Money In Sports: Part 2

FOR THE ATHLETE, HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?

Although team owners have the loot to pay today's large salaries, can sports or the players afford them?

By Ray Kennedy

Baseball

Do they really know the score?

The decisions of the official scorers are almost always a hit with the home team, but the visitors feel that they often err

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (July 9-15)

By Kent Hannon

Soccer

Gulp, it's the Tea Men!

Led by Mike Flanagan, the NASL's leading goal scorer, Boston beat the Cosmos twice and happily found itself, expansion club or no, in first place in its division

By Clive Gammon

Cycling

The Zinger was a real humdinger

Over the Colorado mountains, across the valleys and into exhaustion, the cyclists found that eight days and 600 miles of agony aren't everybody's cup of tea

By Barry McDermott

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 10-16

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by John Papanek

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