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Booktalk

A CLOSE LOOK AT THE AMERICA'S CUP BY A SHARP SKIPPER WHO'S SEEN IT ALL

By Kenneth Rudeen

A MARSHMALLOW-SOFT TRIO OF BILLY MARTIN BIOS—ONE BY BILLY HIMSELF

By Jonathan Yardley

Yesterday

SLUGGER MOOSE ALEXANDER IS GONE AND, ALAS, HE'S ALL BUT FORGOTTEN

By Bill Colson

Shopwalk

WHAT'S ROUND, THIN, HAS A HOLE IN THE CENTER AND TAKES OFF? THE SKYRO

By Arnold Schechter

Hambletonian

THEY'LL MISS THE CORN

An emotional Hambletonian rang down the curtain in Du Quoin. Next year's race will be in New Jersey—no cows, pies or prize peppers

By Douglas S. Looney

Super Joe

SUPER JOE: A LEGEND IN HIS OWN TIME

Joe Charboneau is the leading candidate for American League Rookie of the Year and the biggest thing in Cleveland since Rocky Colavito

By Steve Wulf

Pro Football 80

TICK...TICK...TICK...

By Paul Zimmerman

A TIME TO REMEMBER, A TIME TO FORGET

AFC East

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC Central

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC West

By Paul Zimmerman

BETWEEN THE ACTS

NFC East

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC Central

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC West

By Paul Zimmerman

TV/Radio

THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY TO GO: UP

By Steve Wulf

Baseball

He's hot, but not a hot dog

With his batting average high among the league leaders and his fielding as slick as ever, Second Baseman Manny Trillo of Philadelphia is hushing up his critics

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (August 24-30)

By Herm Weiskopf

Design For Sport

The rise of the lowly sweat suit

By Jule Campbell

Soccer

What a night for Giorgio!

The Cosmos' nonpareil scorer wrecked Tulsa with an NASL-record seven goals

By Clive Gammon

Jimmy The Greek

'HEY, GREEK, WHO DO YOU LIKE?'

Mrs. Synodinos had lofty ambitions for little Dimitrios. He would play the violin and be a priest or a lawyer. Instead, he became Jimmy The Greek, Oddsmaker to the Nation

By Frank Deford

Nostalgia

IN THREE-ON-THREE IN ROCKAWAY THE BALL WENT THISAWAY AND THATAWAY

By Michael Crosby

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 25-31

Compiled by Roy S. Johnson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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