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Booktalk

HERE'S A BOOK THAT'S GREAT TO LOOK AT, BUT YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO READ IT

By Bob Ottum

White Sox

Catch Chicago's New Act

There's a hit show on the South Side, with newcomers Carlton Fisk and Greg Luzinski socko in the starring roles

By Steve Wulf

CHI IS GETTING TOO, TOO CHIC

By Steve Wulf

THE HEELS GET THEIR FEET IN THE DOOR

For years lacrosse has been ruled by an exclusive club, then North Carolina upset mighty Johns Hopkins to swell the membership

By Douglas S. Looney

NBA Draft

A REPUTE IN DISPUTE

Emotional outbursts, suspect intensity and questionable size make supertalented Mark Aguirre a risky pick in the upcoming NBA draft

By Bruce Newman

THESE AGENTS ARE HARDLY FREE

By Anthony Cotton

John Lucas

JOHN LUCAS: PICKING UP THE PIECES

The mysterious behavior of Golden State's point guard last season raised many questions. After therapy, Lucas offers answers

By Jack McCallum

Gentle Ben

SWINGO, ERGO SUM

So Ben Oglivie, the philosopher-home run king of baseball, seems to be saying with his bat

By Steve Wulf

Baseball

Hitters don't gopher Greg

San Francisco Reliever Greg Minton hasn't thrown a home run ball in 212 innings, an other-worldly performance that has nothing to do with his nickname, Moon Man

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK (May 25-31)

By Herm Weiskopf

Design For Sport

That new soft shoe

By Jule Campbell

Track & Field

Fame's elusive for James

Or no pub is the rub, but Robinson's 800 at Villanova may increase the ink

By Jack McCallum

Tennis

Not many escape the Cell

Mel Purcell, the country-slicker idol of the tour's most frenzied groupies, is well on his way to locking up a spot at the top of the sport. Last week he wowed 'em in Paree

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Archie Manning

THE PATIENCE OF A SAINT

The coaches and players are forever changing and New Orleans keeps losing, but Quarterback Archie Manning goes marching on

By Paul Zimmerman

Yesterday

A PARACHUTING DAREDEVIL TURNS THE EYES OF A NATION TO A DEVILISH DEED

By Allan Pospisil

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 25-31

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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