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SOME SPORTSMEN'S CONCERN FOR THE SALMON'S PLIGHT IS PURE HYPOCRISY

By Carl Navarre

U.S. Open

The Owner of the Open

With his club on high. Jack Nicklaus celebrates the long birdie putt at 17 that certified his magnificent return to form at Baltusrol

By Dan Jenkins

HEY, JUST LOOK WHO'S LOOKING GOOD AGAIN

Injury and turmoil had knocked hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah off stride, but at the national championship he showed he's back in step

By Joe Marshall

New Damn Yankees

THESE NEW DAMN YANKEES ARE A HIT

Reggie Jackson is still top banana, but it's the steady direction of Manager Dick Howser and rave performances by a supporting cast of talented unknowns that may turn New York into a big winner in the long run

By Ron Fimrite

HALLOWED ACRES

IT'S THE BERRIES

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Baseball

Look homeward, Yankee

The rest of the country may know him as Catfish, but to the folks in Perquimans County, N.C. he's just plain Jimmy Hunter, father, farmer and struggling coach

By Douglas S. Looney

THE WEEK (June 8-14)

By Herm Weiskopf

Soccer

Gemütlichkeit in Chi

The Chicago Sting looms lager, er, larger, by the week as Coach Willy Roy and his Teutonic troops try to tap their full potential

By J.D. Reed

Pro Football

The Canadian connection

Top NFL draft picks are getting rich quick, thanks in part to Bruce Clark (77), who chose Toronto over Green Bay

By Paul Zimmerman

Sebastian Coe

A Hard and Supple Man

Like the steel blades of his hometown, Sheffield, record miler Sebastian Coe is a remarkable amalgam of grace and grit

By Kenny Moore

On The Scene

A LUSH GRAND PRIX AMBIENCE DAZZLED THE FREELOADERS AT THE BRICKYARD

By Bob Ottum

Yesterday

IT HAPPENED ONLY ONCE IN BASEBALL HISTORY—AND OH WHAT A GAME IT WAS

By Jim Miller

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 9-15

Compiled by Roy S. Johnson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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