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Shopwalk

A WEST COAST TRANQUILIZER: PUT THE WEARY BOD IN A TUB OF HOT WATER

By Jeannette Bruce

Tennis

HE MOWED BORG DOWN

And, appropriately enough, it was at the Meadow, the U.S. Open's new home, that Jimmy Connors walloped his nemesis to win the title and to vindicate himself

By Curry Kirkpatrick

SHE WAS A 12-DAY WONDER

But in a rousing final, Chris Evert, at 23 an old pro, awakened 16-year-old Pam Shriver from a sweet, dazzling dream

By Barry McDermott

THIS OILER'S A GUSHER OF A RUSHER

Super rookie Earl Campbell, who leads the AFC in rushing with 248 yards, rallied Houston to victory at Kansas City

By Ron Reid

Big Wind

THE BIG WIND IN CHICAGO

White Sox announcer Harry Caray, a fan's fan, has swept the Windy City by storm, stirring things up on the airwaves and on State Street

By Ron Fimrite

Polls

GOING TO THE POLLS, WEAKLY

Ignorance, prejudice and politicking help to decide who will be ranked No. 1 in the AP and UPI football polls

By Walter Bingham

TV/Radio

MAKING ANOTHER KIND OF PITCH

By Melissa Ludtke Lincoln

Gore-Tex

HIGH BUT DRY

MIRACLE IN THE RAIN

By Jule Campbell

Baseball

Old 56 comes back at 39

In Atlanta, Jim Bouton knuckled three shutout innings before knuckling under.

By Frank Deford

THE WEEK (September 3-10)

By Jim Kaplan

College Football

Fair start on a foul day

The rains came to Seattle—so what else is new?—as did UCLA, which sloshed to an unimpressive 10-7 victory over defending Rose Bowl champion Washington

By Joe Jares

Horse Racing

They're toos of a kind

Secretariat's first crop of 2-year-olds was forgettable, but the second, featuring undefeated Terlingua (above) and General Assembly, may well be memorable

By William Leggett

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 4-10

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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