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As I Did It

THE 'MOST PERFECTLY DEVELOPED MAN' ALWAYS ATE ALL OF HIS BREAD CRUSTS

By Jerry Cowle

Booktalk

FROM SQUASH TO HARD RACQUETS, THIS MAGAZINE COVERS ALL THE COURTS

By Jim Kaplan

Supersonics

IT WAS SEATTLE, HANDILY

A couple of sparkling guards, a combative center and a swarming defense enabled the SuperSonics to dethrone Washington, four games to one, and win the NBA title

By John Papanek

SEEING WAS BELIEVING AT CHAMPAIGN

A look-alike middle-distance runner and a hurdler who looks too good to be true sparkled at the NCAA championships

By Joe Marshall

Jai Alai Scandal

THE SPREADING SCANDAL IN JAI ALAI

A player and three bettors were charged with fixing games, and more revelations are expected as the probe continues

By Robert Boyle

Team Doctors

PLAYING HURT—THE DOCTORS' DILEMMA

The team physician: is his paramount concern the health of the athlete or is it the welfare of the club?

By William Nack

Baseball

Meet Danny Twosport

In winter Danny Ainge is an outstanding college basketball guard, but come spring his fancy turns to pro baseball

By William Nack

THE WEEK (May 27-June 2)

By Mike DelNagro

TV

High, fast and forever

Onetime kid whiz Joe Nuxhall is the radio voice of the Cincinnati Reds, but he still pitches batting practice to prove that, though he may have retired, he didn't quit

By Kathleen Andria

Ballooning

A bunch of basket cases

The revival of an old racing classic was a gas, especially for the aeronauts of Double Eagle III, who rode a thermal roller coaster 617 miles to a bumpy victory

By Joe Jares

Boxing

It was one giant win for Big John

John Tate walloped Kallie Knoetze in Bophuthatswana and dreamed of a title

By Pat Putnam

Horse Racing

Some more yelps from Bud Delp

Spectacular Bid's trainer remains true to form on the eve of the Belmont Stakes

By William Nack

Yesterday

ON THE 12TH TEE AT THE 1920 OPEN, VARDON STOOD SUPREME. HOWEVER...

By Sarah Pileggi

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 28-June 3

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 Myra Gelband

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