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Booktalk

A FAITHFUL FISHERMAN IS CONTENT EVEN IF THE BIG ONE GETS AWAY

By Jonathan Yardley

World Series

NO PLACE LIKE HOME

The Dodgers, opened the Series with a two-game sweep in L.A., but the Yankees barged to a 3-2 lead by being unbeatable in N.Y.

By Ron Fimrite

NEW YORK'S NETTLESOME MAN AT THIRD

By Larry Keith

Deep Threat

FANCY PASSING WAS NOT A PASSING FANCY

'Deep Threat,' an X- and O-rated production featuring half a dozen fleet young receivers, is now being shown at your local NFL stadium

By Joe Marshall

Hockey 1978-79

A RICH LOAD OF ORR

A RIGHT FINE CROP

By E. M. Swift

NHL

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

WHA

By Kathy Blumenstock

Hockey 1978-1979

MAN ON THE MOVE

Andrè Lacroix is the WHA's alltime leading scorer but a pox on league franchises. He has played for five teams and all five have gone broke. Will New England be next?

By Bruce Newman

College Football

An upsetting time for the Top Ten

Highly ranked USC, Michigan, Texas A&M and Pitt fizzled instead of fizzed

By Herman Weiskopf

THE WEEK

By Mike DelNagro

Boxing

Slambang win in the slammer

Eddie Gregory was the No. 1 contender until he met up with inmate No. 57735

By Pat Putnam

Horse Racing

Exceller exceeds himself

Showing doubting Easterners his mettle, Exceller beat Seattle Slew by a nose in the Jockey Club Gold Cup and established his credentials for Horse of the Year

By William Leggett

Soccer

Hot foot for the Hoosiers

Led by an Argentine-born striker named Angelo DiBernardo, hell-for-leather Indiana has made a shambles of collegiate soccer—and mystified many observers

By J. D. Reed

Yesterday

HIS COACH AND TEAMMATES REMEMBER THE RUNNER WHO WENT ALL THE WAY

By Richard Rogin

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 9-15

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Kelso F. Sutton

SCORECARD

Edited by Sarah Pileggi

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