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October 26, 1981 Table Of Contents

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Perspective

ALL-SPORTS ENTERPRISE RADIO WAS AN ARTISTIC WINNER AND FINANCIAL LOSER

By Alexander Wolff

Booktalk

IN FRANK DEFORD'S NOVEL, A FOOTBALL HERO FINDS THE HURRAHS DON'T LAST

By Jonathan Yardley

Shopwalk

USING THIS NEW RUNNER'S WATCH IS LIKE STRAPPING A COACH TO YOUR ARM

By Richard Rogin

Baseball Playoffs

All The Yankees Were Dandies

New York won its fourth American League pennant in the last six seasons by dusting off the Oakland A's

By Jim Kaplan

L.A. Gets The Last Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha

By Steve Wulf

Gears And Loathing In Las Vegas

Alan Jones won the first Caesars Palace Grand Prix and Nelson Piquet took the World Drivers Championship on a parking lot just off The Strip

By Sam Moses

The Panthers

They're Making Names For Themselves

Picked clean by the NFL, Pitt is rebuilding—and fast, as Florida State found out—with the likes of the B.T. Express and The Freak

By Craig Neff

Nolan Cromwell

Best NFL Athlete? Nolan Contendere

Rams Safety Nolan Cromwell, a star quarterback and world-class hurdler as a collegian, has become one of pro football's top defensive players

By Rick Telander

Fred Lebow

The Man Who Runs Running

He's Fred Lebow, the impresario of the New York Marathon, the Fifth Avenue Mile and 220 other extravaganzas every year

By Bob Ottum

College Football

What's black and white and red-hot?

The SMU tailback—a creature who poses a riddle that opponents haven't yet solved this year

By John Papanek

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Golf

Her putter didn't stutter

Kathy Postlewait, a non-winner on the tour, hit long green on the green

By Dan Jenkins

Pro Football

The Raiders regain a lost art

It's known as scoring, and it helped Oakland to its first win in a month

By Paul Zimmerman

Sweat

THE STORY OF SWEAT: A WARM, INTIMATE TALE TOLD IN AN INOFFENSIVE MANNER

By William Oscar Johnson

First Person

IF YOU THINK IT'S DIFFICULT TO WIN A MARATHON, JUST TRY FINISHING LAST

By Barry Lee Weisberg

On The Scene

BIKES ONCE CONSIDERED TO BE LOSERS ARE BECOMING POPULAR CRUISERS

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 12-18

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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