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Footloose

BELIEVE IT: A BIRD IN HANDICAP CAN BE WORTH TWO POINTS IN THE BUSHES

By Joe Wing

Baseball

LET THE GAMES BEGIN

And so the rancorous big league baseball strike came to an end, and players began preparing for the "second" season

By Jim Kaplan

Now the Second Season

By Steve Wulf

TWO WINGERS AND A BIG PRAYER

Cleveland and Atlanta open the season with Brian Sipe and Steve Bartkowski inspiring hopes of a meeting in January

By E.M. Swift

7-Footers

SUMMIT MEETING OF THE SUPER 7-FOOTERS

Three altitudinous college freshmen-to-be were the centers of attention at last week's third National Sports Festival in Syracuse

By Jack McCallum

Channel Swimmer

CHANNELING HER ENERGIES

Channel swimmer Cindy Nicholas, who holds the two-way record, is aiming to become the first to swim the English Channel three ways, nonstop

By Sarah Pileggi

Abbatiello

THE MAN THEY LOVE TO HATE

His fellow harness drivers aren't exactly fond of abrasive Carmine Abbatiello, but he really couldn't care less. He's already won $29 million in that sulky

By Douglas Looney

Movies

P.O.W., right in the kisser

Seeking soccer "Victory" over P.O.W.s, the Germans stop playing Mr. Nice Guy

By Frank Deford

The TV Revolution

YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET

Cable and pay TV, which already have brought remarkable variety to the home screen, are precipitating revolutionary change, and all of sport will be affected. The first of two parts

By William Oscar Johnson

HEAVEN IN HIS OWN BACKYARD

By Wilmer Ames

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 27-Aug. 2

Compiled by Alexander Wolff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

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