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Booktalk

HOME WITH LORD HOME ON THE FIELDS AND STREAMS OF BONNIE SCOTLAND

By Jonathan Yardley

New York Marathon

There Are Only 26 Miles to Go

And at the New York Marathon's end there was a predictable winner in Grete Waitz, a surprise in Alberto Salazar

By Kenny Moore

THE BATTLE OF BOPHUTHATSWANA

A phony South African republic was the setting for the first title defense of WBA heavyweight champion Mike Weaver, who withstood Gerrie Coetzee's hardest shots before knocking the challenger out with a humongous right

By Pat Putnam

Tug McGraw

HE KEPT TUGGING AWAY AT THE HEARTSTRINGS

The World Series was good to the very last pitch, with which Tug McGraw fanned K.C. 's Willie Wilson, and then all Philadelphia went bonkers

By Ron Fimrite

Mirage Bowl

LAND OF THE RISING PIGSKIN

The teams—Notre Dame and Miami—were imported and the fans were wet and bewildered, but if past form holds, they'll soon be chanting "We're No. 1"

By John Underwood

Jack Rudnay

FRONT AND CENTER

As Jack Rudnay goes, so also go the Kansas City Chiefs. Ol' No. 58 is their inspiration and gagster—and the city's quiet humanitarian

By Paul Zimmerman

College Football

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Football

Happy days are here again

A failure across the bay, Jim Plunkett has surfaced as a savior for Oakland

By Paul Zimmerman

Fantasy Man

Hey, Mister Fantasy Man

...otherwise known as Bruce Jenner, Olympic hero, TV personality, rising movie star, enactor of the common man's dreams: he sails, he surfs, he flies planes, he races autos. He's living, baby, really living!

By Bob Ottum

Viewpoint

THE AUTHOR SEES A VOTE FOR TRAPPING AS ONE FOR NEEDLESS PAIN AND DEATH

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 20-26

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

CREDITS

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