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Footloose

SOME CAULIFLOWER ALLEY CLUBMEN MIGHT BE DOWN, BUT THEY'RE NOT OUT

By Al Stump

Booktalk

RING'S COMIC STRIP WASN'T COMIC, BUT IT WAS A BOON, AS HE WAS UNECONOMIC

By Jonathan Yardley

The Belmont

BID THREE, DOWN ONE

It was a new deal in the Belmont when Coastal beat Spectacular Bid and the Triple Crown went by the boards

By William Leggett

ONE FOR THE OLD SCHOOL

By William Nack

SMILE FOR THE BIRDIES

Guided by baseball's shrewdest manager, Earl Weaver, Baltimore is again a power in its division—a frugal power at that

By Douglas S. Looney

SHE'S YOUNG AT HEART

And so she should be. The former Donna Caponi, a 15-year veteran, won the LPGA title by beating out an unflappable Minnesotan

By Barry McDermott

Jerry Buss

JERRY IS NEVER BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL

Jerry Buss has always had a way with a chick, a cue and a buck. Now he'll have his way with the Lakers, Kings and Forum

By William Oscar Johnson

Orville Moody

THE PUTTER GOD FORGOT

Orville Moody, the 1969 U.S. Open champion, gamely plays on despite that Judas club and a decade of unbelievable frustration

By Barry McDermott

Baseball

First title for the Titans

Cal State Fullerton shook off an opening-game loss and reeled off five straight wins, the last over Arkansas, to get its first-ever NCAA Division I championship

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK (June 3-9)

By Mike DelNagro

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 4-10

Compiled by Steve Wulf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Myra Gelband

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