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Booktalk

A GUTSY HISTORY OF STOCK CARS AND THE MEN WHOSE LIFE IS RACING THEM

By Bob Ottum

Pat Haden

L.A. Will Stand Pat

After five very frustrating and contentious years, Pat Haden is posilutely, absotively the Rams' starting quarterback

By Bruce Newman

Fast Women

SOME FAST WOMEN, BUT FEW FREE MEN

While Mary T. Meagher, who set two world records in the butterfly, and other ladies excelled at the U.S. long course championships, there was a serious drought in the male freestyle events

By Craig Neff

The Royals

A SECOND CHANCE FOR LAST YEAR'S CHAMP

Because of its early-season nose dive, Kansas City could benefit the most from baseball's split-season format

By Steve Wulf

The Morrises

THE FEARSOME FOURSOME

The Morris brothers of Ayer, Mass. are perhaps the most spectacular quartet of siblings who ever laced up football cleats and track spikes

By Douglas S. Looney

Dean Chenoweth

CRASH AND CARRY ON

That could be the motto of Dean Chenoweth, unlimited hydroplane champion and a man with unlimited courage

By Coles Phinizy

Baseball

A star, not a starter

For an All-Star, Joel Youngblood of the Mets spends a lot of time on the bench

By Robert Sullivan

THE WEEK (Aug. 10-16)

By Herm Weiskopf

Horse Racing

Another Jim Dandy finish

History repeated itself at Saratoga as a 24-1 shot, Willow Hour, held off Pleasant Colony to win a soggy Travers

By William Leggett

Gaylord Perry

BOUND FOR GLORY

At week's end, Atlanta's Gaylord Perry needed five more wins to become the first pitcher in 18 years to reach 300

By Ron Fimrite

On The Scene

HERE A PEGASUS, THERE A MISS PIGGY AT THIS ANNUAL SAND CASTLE CONTEST

By Joan Ackermann-Blount

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 10-16

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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