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Viewpoint

THE LEAD-SHOT DISPUTE, OR WHY THE FEDS SHOULD RUN THE GAME—AND FISH

By Michael Baughman

Booktalk

A FLAKE AND HIS TIME COME VIVIDLY TO LIFE IN A FINE AND FUNNY FIRST NOVEL

By Jonathan Yardley

Sideline

APBA IS THE NAME, BASEBALL IS THE GAME, AND OBSESSION IS THE RESULT

By Franz Lidz

Leonard-Duran

THE BIG BELLYACHE

In a stunning fall from glory, Roberto Duran, the apostle of machismo, blamed stomach cramps as he surrendered his welterweight title to Sugar Ray Leonard

By William Nack

A ROOKIE GIVES THE JAZZ PIZZAZZ

In his senior year at Louisville, Darrell Griffith led the Cardinals all the way to the NCAA championship. Now, in his freshman year as a pro, the same Dr. Dunkenstein is leading Utah to a surprisingly good start in the NBA

By John Papanek

Ferragamo

L.A.'s Fight Song: We Are Not Fam-i-lee

Quarterback Vince Ferragamo is the No. 1 complainer on a Ram team riddled with discontent, but the bickering stops at gametime

By Barry McDermott

The Great Shootout

HOT HAND IN A COLD CLIME

Led by James Worthy, North Carolina tramped through the ice and snow to beat a star-studded field in the third annual Great Alaska Shootout

By Bruce Newman

Black Ghost

SHHH! IT'S THE BLACK GHOST

Whose woods these are, Art Broadie knows—and being a poacher, all the hidey-holes as well

By Robert H. Boyle

TV/Radio

A FIGHTING START, A ROCKY FINISH

By Frank Deford

College Football

When it comes to grit, Pitt is it

Led by an iron defense, the Panthers stifled Penn State to keep alive hopes of winning the national championship

By Douglas S. Looney

College Basketball

He's their big meal ticket

It takes a tough man to make tender chicken, and Centenary's Cherokee Rhone fits the bill as a rough customer under the hoop and a sweet operator on the skillet

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (November 28-30)

By Herm Weiskopf

Horse Racing

Go East, young man

Chris McCarron rode out of the West to carry away this year's jockey laurels

By William Leggett

Cross-Country

Little Sister wins a race of her own

In the nationals at Pocatello, Mary Shea surprised everyone, including herself, by beating her sister, Julie. The men's winner, Jon Sinclair, was another dark horse

By Joe Marshall

Brigham Young

WHEN THE LATER-DAY SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

Out in blue-sky, pure-air country, Brigham Young students wear the well-scrubbed look and follow strict of social behavior. But when it comes to sports, winning big is the only rule for BYU

By Bob Ottum

Reminiscence

THESE LOVERS DID PLENTY OF EXOTIC HORSEPLAYING DURING A HONEYMOON

By Sam Toperoff

First Person

THESE CHESS GAMES LAST A DECADE AND ALL THE MOVES ARE IN THE CARDS

By Felicia Lamport

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 24-30

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jim Kaplan

CREDITS

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