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August 3, 1981 Table Of Contents

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Entertainment

IT'S SO, JOE: THE BLACK SOX SCANDAL HAS COME OUT SWINGING AS AN OPERA

By Robert W. Creamer

Booktalk

A WORK THAT ADDRESSES THE NEEDS OF BASEBALL AUTOGRAPH COLLECTORS

By Alexander Wolff

Blue-Chip Horses

THE $40,000,000 HORSE

In a racing world gone slightly mad, the Aga Khan was offered that amount for his superhorse, Shergar, but disdained it, and an English plunger, Robert Sangster, paid $3.5 million for a yearling—double the record

By Clive Gammon

George Rogers

ANOTHER CAMPBELL MAY BE COMING

If Heisman winner George Rogers turns out anything like Earl, he'll be sainted in New Orleans

By John Papanek

Tracy Caulkins

SEARCH FOR STILL WATER

Finding water that's not moving, holding on to it, using it—no one does this better than Tracy Caulkins, the finest woman swimmer

By Kenny Moore

Boxing

Precisely the right touch

Joltin' Jeff Chandler had that—plus a powerful follow-up right cross—in knocking out challenger Julian Solis and retaining the WBA bantamweight championship

By E.M. Swift

Golf

A champion and a winner

As Pat Bradley took the Women's Open, Kathy Whitworth went over $1 million

By Barry McDermott

John Hannah

John Hannah Doesn't Fiddle Around

At least not on the football field, where, says the author, his brains, brawn and speed have made him the top offensive lineman in NFL history

By Paul Zimmerman

A WHO'S WHO OF THE FRONT WALL

By Paul Zimmerman

On The Scene

THE BLACKFLY FESTIVAL COMPETITORS REALLY HAD TO STICK THEIR NECKS OUT

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 20-26

Compiled by Alexander Wolff

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

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