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Viewpoint

IF THE BULLS AND THE BEARS HAVE YOU BUFFALOED, TRY OUR FOXY FORMULAS

By Leonard Koppett

Booktalk

FROM CY YOUNG TO SAYONARA, THE SAGA OF SPARKY LYLE AND HIS SLIDER

By Jonathan Yardley

The Masters

FUZZY CAME IN LOUD AND CLEAR

No one got a better reception from the gallery at Augusta than amiable Frank Urban Zoeller, who sank a birdie putt on the second extra sudden-death hole to win the first Masters he was ever in

By Dan Jenkins

NBA Playoffs

AN OFFICE PARTY TO REMEMBER

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the object of harsh criticism all season, rose up and powered Los Angeles past Denver by taking charge in the middle—the place Wilt Chamberlain refers to as the "office"

By John Papanek

Redneck Riviera

THE KEY TO THE CASE IS MISSING

Even now, no one can say whether Kenny Stabler was involved when cocaine in a key case was used to set up a sportswriter for a drug bust

By William Oscar Johnson

Nurse Mares

A DAM SITE BETTER THAN BOTTLES

A thoroughbred breeder with a motherless foal can avail himself of a nurse mare, a rented mother who sometimes proves better than the real thing

By Kathy Blumenstock

TV/Radio

A COLLECTION OF 13 NUMBER ONES

By William Oscar Johnson

Baseball

He's out from under the shadow

Doug DeCinces has finally put a stop to Oriole supporters' babbling for Brooks

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (April 8-14)

Boxing

Losing the title singlehandedly

Right hand broken, Mike Rossman carried on with his left, but after nine rounds it was clear that Victor Galindez was back

By Pat Putnam

Horse Racing

Gummo has his act together

Golden Act won the Arkansas Derby, to give his daddy two shots in Kentucky

By William Leggett

Tennis

A couple that has won a pair

Stanford coaches Dick and Anne Gould are wedded to each other and their jobs

By Joe Jares

Swimming

Caulkins gave 'em five

Although weakened by a virus, Tracy Caulkins, America's leading female swimmer, didn't come up short at the short-course nationals, establishing five U.S. records

By Joe Jares

Big Horse

BIG HORSE COMIN'

This is what Spectacular Bid's hot-walker calls out when he takes the Derby favorite for a stroll. And you best watch out, 'cause he's comin' on strong

By Clive Gammon

Yesterday

TOMMY LOUGHRAN MAY FORGET A FIGHT, BUT NOT HIS WORKOUT WITH DEMPSEY

By Sam Moses

As I Did It

IN THE '50s A WRESTLER TAUGHT A BEATNIK THE REAL MEANING OF 'HOWL'

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 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 Jerry Kirshenbaum

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