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Booktalk

STEVE CAUTHEN, ONLY 18 AND RIDING HIGH, ALREADY HAS HIS OWN BOSWELL

By Jonathan Yardley

Walton

Off on a Wronged Foot

Bill Walton quit the Blazers after a dispute over team medical policy and headed for Golden State

By John Papanek

GALLOPING TOWARD A DREAM RACE

Seattle Slew won at Saratoga. So did Affirmed. The real news is that now they are heading for a historic showdown in September

By William Leggett

Commonwealth Games

MAKING A BIG SPLASH IN EDMONTON

England's phenomenal Francis Daley Thompson earned decathlon hurrahs at the Commonwealth Games and Henry Rono won two golds

By Kenny Moore

Brutality: Part 2

PUNISHMENT IS A CRIME

Intimidation! Gang tackling! Pursuit! Those are now bywords in football, much as "sportsmanship" once was

By John Underwood

Baseball

He's still Le Grand Orange

In Detroit he is known simply as Rusty Staub, but in any language the Tigers' 34-year-old DH is one solid swinger

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (August 6-12)

By Melissa Ludtke Lincoln

TV/Radio

TRAINING TO RUN AN ANCHOR LEG

By Joe Jares

Horse Racing

One Policy that's safe

The horsenapping of Town Policy hasn't been solved, but the fine quarter horse is back and ready to challenge the best

By Clive Gammon

Ted Turner

GOING REAL STRAWWNG

Everybody wants to be a star, says Ted Turner, and as television tycoon, team owner and super sailor, he has become bigger, and a bit louder, than life

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A roundup of the week August 7-August 13

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by E. M. Swift

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