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THE OUTER GAME OF TENNIS HAS BEEN DRESSED UP BY A NEW TWO-TONE BALL

By Jill Lieber

The Top

On Top of the World

On a hot, summer desert night, Sugar Ray Leonard punched Thomas Hearns's lights out and became the undisputed welterweight champion

By Pat Putnam

A DAY OF PUREST HELL FOR FAUST

A high-flying Notre Dame team, and its coach, were brought down to earth by Michigan

By Douglas S. Looney

A GAME THEY MAY REMEMBER

South Africa's Springboks played rugby on U.S. soil, and it could cost L.A. the 1984 Games

By Clive Gammon

Air Coryell

THE CHARGERS' FANCY IS PASSING

San Diego Coach Don Coryell believes in victory through air power, and his team has gone 3-0 playing bombs away

By Paul Zimmerman

College Football

A collision course with destiny

Iowa State's Dwayne Crutchfield runs not to daylight, but into the spotlight

By Bruce Newman

THE WEEK

By Anthony Cotton

Baseball

Almon is now a joy

Bill Almon's sweet season for Chicago is making his former teams look like nuts

By Steve Wulf

THE WEEK (Sept. 14-20)

By Herm Weiskopf

Movies

Nearly picture-perfect

Two sprinters—an Englishman and a Scot—journey to the '24 Olympic Games by different routes and methods in a period film of surpassing beauty and style

By Frank Deford

Goose!

Goose!

Take a gander at Goose Gossage in mid-flight and you know why the Yankee pitcher is baseball's most feared reliever. His neck strains, his face contorts, his long arms and legs flail and his fastball comes blazing to the plate at 100 per

By William Nack

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 14-20

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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