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Booktalk

AN ENGROSSING VOLUME RELATES THE DOUBLE EAGLE II'S FLIGHT TO FRANCE

By Jonathan Yardley

Sideline

A CHANCE TO SAMPLE SOME EXOTIC SPORTS AWAITS ONE AT THIS EXPO

By Jim Kaplan

Footloose

THIS 34-YEAR-OLD DERBY REMAINS A BIG DRAW FOR ANGLERS OF ALL ABILITIES

By Jim Kaplan

Viewpoint

ONE THING EVERYONE OUGHT TO HAVE IS A SPORT SHE CAN CALL HER OWN

By Bonnie L. Lukes

Super Bowl XIII¬Ω

CURTAIN CALL FOR THE STEELERS

Once again the computerized Cowboys tried to play tricks on Pittsburgh, and once again they were folded, spindled and mutilated by that Steel Curtain defense

By Paul Zimmerman

HOSEA HAD 'EM SINGING HOSANNA

Lordy be, Tackle Hosea Taylor kept Houston unbeaten and, as important, untied by knocking down Arkansas' last-second field-goal attempt

By Joe Marshall

Sixers

THE BIG CHEESE IN PHILADELPHIA

Annual fizzles have prevented the 76ers from becoming their city's best-known product, but now a rejuvenated Dr. J, the Gruesome Twosome, the Mayor of Mixville and the Dunkin' Deejay are creaming the opposition

By John Papanek

Joe Gilliam

THE BRUTAL TRIP DOWN

Joe Gilliam seemed to have it all, but then came the bouts with drugs and a 'murderous attack' in an alleyway

By Robert H. Boyle

College Football

'Never, never, never, never, never, never give up'

That was John Mackovic's message when he took over at hapless Wake Forest, which, after a string of miraculous victories, is sneaking up on the ACC title

By Mike DelNagro

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Hockey

No dirge for a merge

The four ex-WHA teams have not been pushovers for their new NHL brethren

By E.M. Swift

Boxing

A little guy who's riding high

By defending his super bantamweight championship for the 10th straight time with his 10th straight knockout, Wilfredo Gomez gave a lift to the sport's lower classes

By Steve Wulf

Pro Football

The Bengals' bungles

Everything's gone wrong in Cincinnati, and Paul Brown is getting all the blame

By Joe Marshall

First Person

EVEN THE DOG DAYS DIDN'T DIMINISH THE JOY OF BIKING ON THE OPEN ROAD

By Kenneth Rudeen

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 22-28

Compiled by Bill Colson

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

CREDITS

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