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Shopwalk

TAKE A SURFBOARD, THROW IN A DASH OF KAYAK, AND THE RESULT IS A SOFSKI

By Sam Moses

Perspective

IN THE VIEW OF THIS MARATHONER, THE BEST KIND OF RUN IS ONE DONE FOR FUN

By Michael Baughman

Arttalk

THIS SPORTS ART AND ARTIFACT SHOW IS BETTER IN PERSON THAN IN PRINT

By Jonathan Yardley

Sideline

THE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP THAT'S CLOSED TO ALL EXCEPT LITHUANIANS

By John V. Chervokas

Title Fights

LOWERING THE BOOM BOOM

Lightweight champ Alexis Arguello was too classy, too cunning and too much for 20-year-old Ray Mancini, who may have learned a valuable boxing lesson

By E.M. Swift

ONE GORING, ONE BORING

By Pat Putnam

A TERRIBLE LOSS, BUT NOT A LOST CAUSE

Stunned by an injury to star runner Kelvin Bryant, North Carolina relied on new heroes to beat Georgia Tech and stay undefeated

By Douglas S. Looney

MILWAUKEE SPELLS RELIEF R-O-L-L-I-E

After 11 seasons of frustration and failure, the Brewers won their first playoff berth as bullpen ace Rollie Fingers shut off the Detroit Tigers

By Steve Wulf

Dolphins

NEW NAMES BUT STILL NO NAMES

Miami Coach Don Shula is up to old tricks, molding a bunch of unknowns into the only unbeaten team in the AFC

By John Underwood

Hockey '81-82

THE HUNT IS ON

Every general manager in the NHL would give the shirt off his team's back for a shot at Brian Bellows, the hottest prospect since Wayne Gretzky. Some already have. Others will surely try

Scouting Reports

By Mike DelNagro

Sweet Lou from the Soo

Lou Nanne, Minnesota's general manager, is a lousy poet, but his savvy and salesmanship have made the club a contender. Many think he should be running the NHL

By E.M. Swift

College Football

Air Aztec is flying high

Coach Doug Scovil, a master at developing quality quarterbacks, has San Diego State winging once more and it has zoomed to three straight wins on the road

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK

Pro Basketball

The courting of Danny Ainge

A jury ruled that his contract with the Toronto Blue Jays was binding, but Danny said baseball was out, and if Red Auerbach has his way the Boston Celtics will be in

By Anthony Cotton

Baseball

BASEBALL

By Herm Weiskopf

The Great Gretzky

The Best And Getting Better

At 20, Wayne Gretzky is without question the NHL's top player. All that's left to ask is: How good will he become?

By E.M. Swift:

Reminiscence

A COLLISION AT THIRD BASE TESTS THE STUFF OF WHICH LEGENDS ARE MADE

By William G. Tapply

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 28-Oct. 4

Compiled by JANE E. BACHMAN

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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