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Booktalk

WITH EDWIN NEWMAN'S 'SUNDAY PUNCH' YOU CAN COUNT THIS REVIEWER OUT

By Jonathan Yardley

Hats Off

HATS OFF TO YOU, NOLAN RYAN

California's magnificent strikeout king just missed a record fifth no-hitter last week, but his fireball has made the Angels a contender

By Bruce Newman

Puerto Rico 1979

TRIUMPH AND TURMOIL IN THE PAN-AM GAMES

His basketball players won gold medals, but Coach Bobby Knight precipitated an ugly uproar with his controversial behavior in San Juan

By John Papanek

JUANTORENA GETS AMBUSHED

By Joe Marshall

A NEW BUNCH PUNCHES IN

By John Papanek

Women's Open

COOL HAND JERILYN TAKES A HOT OPEN

Jerilyn Britz survived the weather and a showdown with Debbie Massey to win the Open, her first pro victory

By Sarah Pileggi

OH WOW! A CAREENING CARROT!

By Sarah Pileggi

TV/Radio

SPORTS JUNKIES OF THE U.S., REJOICE!

By William Oscar Johnson

Baseball

Hometown kid makes good

Lee Mazzilli, Brooklyn's very own, has become a Met star and budding idol

By E. M. Swift

THE WEEK (July 8-14)

By Jim Kaplan

Pro Football

Flow of arms across the border

In impressive numbers, those U.S. quarterbacks regarded as expendable by the NFL have found work in Canada

By Steve Wulf

Sting

WIN PLACE...AND STING

The computerized betting setup seemed foolproof, until Jacques found a flaw for a scam so slick its victims didn't even know they had been stung

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 9-15

Compiled by Kathleen Andria

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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