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June 25, 1979 Table Of Contents

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As I Did It

THE TRUE TALE OF HOW A 10-YEAR-OLD BOY HELPED WALTER HAGEN MAKE PAR

By Craig Mitchell

Shopwalk

COMPUTER GAMES—A BOOMING TOY—ARE GREAT FOR KIDS. ADULTS, BE WARY

By Jim Kaplan

U.S. Open

UP A TREE IN TOLEDO

In the Arbor Day Open, that's where Hale Irwin put his opponents, most notably short-cutter Lon Hinkle, and where kids took in the show

By Dan Jenkins

Maine Chance

TAKING THE MAINE CHANCE

Rafting down the Kennebec and the Penobscot rivers with Wayne Hockmeyer, a former water-bed salesman, is no somnolent experience

By Dan Levin

Real Money

PLAYING MONOPOLY, ONLY WITH REAL MONEY

It's nifty, says Ed Freidberg, to be one of the new breed of owners who have been flocking to the Meadowlands as if making a bundle in harness racing were mere child's play

By Douglas Looney

Baseball

THE WEEK (June 10-16)

By Mike DelNagro

Sporting Look

Step right up and say howdy

No mistaking them anymore: the U.S. teams are the ones in the white hats

By Jule Campbell

Soccer

Bracing nip of Holland gin

Dutch superstar Johan Cruyff has been a real pick-me-up for the Los Angeles Aztecs at the gate, where attendance has doubled, and afield, where scoring has tripled

By J. D. Reed

Movies

ROCKY II SUFFERS FROM TIRED BLOOD

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 11-17

Compiled by Steve Wulf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by E. M. Swift

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