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IN THE BLACK-AND-WHITE WORLD OF GUN CONTROL, HERE'S REASONED GRAY

By Michael Baughman

NCAA Swimming

MAKING A REAL SPLASH

Eight U.S. Open, six American and 16 pool records were smashed as California won the NCAA title at Harvard

By Joe Marshall

CALL HIM WHAT YOU WANT, BUT DON'T CALL HIM SLOW

Nelson Sauto Maior, who is also known as Nelson Piquet, won at Long Beach

By Sam Moses

TO REPHRASE A COIN, HE'S WORTH IT

By winning the Florida Derby by six lengths, Plugged Nickle gave new currency to his chances at Churchill Downs. And his trainer, Tom Kelly, has yet another Kentucky Derby colt back in his New York barn

By William Leggett

Baseball 1980

Stars of the '8Os

By Ron Fimrite

NEXT PICK: STRAWBERRY

By Joe Jares

The West

By Ron Fimrite

The East

By Larry Keith

The West

By Steve Wulf

The East

By Jim Kaplan

A MIDSUMMER DAY'S DREAM

Statistics

These numbers don't lie

A fresh stat, CAM, allows exact comparisons of oldtime hitters to new, of Cobb to Carew

By Reed Browning

Lefty Kreh

SPARE THE ROD(s) AND SPOIL THE CAST

With unflagging zest, ambidextrous Lefty Kreh has made himself a great fisherman, so don't carp when he says angling is on the brink of major change

By Robert H. Boyle

Golf

A little help from a friend

When Jack Nicklaus finally saw that his short game needed work, he called in Phil Rodgers, who even as a fellow rookie in 1962 had more shots than Jack did

By Sarah Pileggi

Pro Basketball

Big boost from Big Bob

After acquiring Bob Lanier, Milwaukee made a stretch run so torrid that the Bucks have set their sights on a title

By Barry McDermott

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 24-30

Compiled by Brooks Clark

19th Hole The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Kelso F. Sutton

SCORECARD

Edited by Myra Gelband

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