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Footloose

A LEGENDARY TROUT STREAM IN BIG SKY COUNTRY IS THREATENED BY ITS DAM

By John Barsness

Boston Marathon

MASTERY AND MYSTERY

Bill Rodgers (above) tied the record with a third straight Boston Marathon victory, but who was first to finish the full distance among the women was open to question

By Kenny Moore

NBA Playoffs

SUPER SERIES TO THE SONICS

Home fires had a nasty way of burning the home team as Seattle won a thriller

By Bruce Newman

Hubbub in the Hub

By John Papanek

The Roses

WHEN THE BLOOM IS OFF THE ROSES

Is there a life after Louisville? For some Kentucky Derby winners the answer is not much of one; a few even wound up pulling wagons. Others, however, have literally rolled in clover

By William Nack

Pacific Select

MORE VICTORIES EQUALS MORE FANS EQUALS MORE PROFITS, RIGHT? WRONG, WRONG, WRONG

So says Matthew Levine, a marketing whiz whose firm has uncovered some startling information about pro sports by talking to—of all people—the fans

By Ray Kennedy

Baseball

Someone old, someone new

Toronto's Bobby Mattick is 64, but he is a rookie as a major league manager

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (April 13-19)

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Football

Man here feeling the draft

Sifting stats—and tea leaves—intrepid Dr. Z predicts where the blue chips will fall in the NFL's name game next week

By Paul Zimmerman

Track & Field

She chose the road to adventure

Young Joetta Clark forsook a bright dance career to become a top half-miler

By Craig Neff

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 14-20

Compiled by Brooks Clark

19hole: The Readers Take Over

19HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited By Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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