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July 21, 1980 Table Of Contents

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COMIC JERRY CLOWER'S ALTERNATIVE GAMES COULD BE THE FIRST OLYMPIGS

By Roy Blount Jr.

Olympians

Detour on the High Road

ANTHONY SANDOVAL: "It's harder to accept the boycott when you know it's really you who would be going to Moscow."

By Kenny Moore

JOHNNY BUMPHUS: "I believe there might have been other ways to handle it...but I guess President Carter couldn't think of any. It was just fated."

By E.M. Swift

TRACY CAULKINS: "I could be over the hill in 1984."

By E.M. Swift

Meanwhile in Moscow...

By Craig Neff

PETER SCHNUGG: "I said to the coach, 'Give 'em hell.' I'm done. I'm retired."

By Kenny Moore

BILL REA: "If I felt I was the only Westerner going it might change my mind."

By E.M. Swift

Baseball

Platoon, for-r-r-d harch!

Sparky Anderson has the Tigers moving to a brisk left-right-left-right cadence

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (July 6-12)

By Mike DelNagro

Golf

She kept the heat on

The 100° weather during the Women's Open got to everyone but Amy Alcott

By Barry McDermott

Noll

MAN NOT MYTH

He has a taste for wine, a love of roses, but life was not always this way for Chuck Noll, the unknown coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers

By Paul Zimmerman

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 7-13

Compiled by Roy S. Johnson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

A GIRL WHO'S JUST ONE OF THE GUYS

Nancy Lieberman is holding her own in a tough summer league that includes some NBA players

By Steve Wulf

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