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Booktalk

A FINE ACCOUNT OF A SEASON FROM A HOOPS COACH WITH A YEN FOR ZEN

By Alexander Wolff

Perspective

JEAN COCTEAU'S VISION: SERAPHIM IN THE LOW POST AND CHERUBIM AT GUARD

By Campbell Geeslin

Shopwalk

NEW FOR SOCCER-STYLE KICKERS: A TEE THAT SHOULDN'T TEE YOU OFF

By Andy Meisler

First Person

A YOUNG ADMIRER MADE CONTACT WITH HIS LORD OF THE RING, MUHAMMAD ALI

By Davis Lee

Cowboys-Eagles

The Eagles Have Landed-CRASH!

Philadelphia was flying high until Dallas came in and shot down the Eagles in the quarter that counted

By Paul Zimmerman

World Series

A Last Hurrah For Los Angeles

For some Dodgers, there may not be much time left to enjoy their World Series victory over New York

By Ron Fimrite

Miami Vs. Penn State

...And Another No. 1 Bites The Dust

Penn State was the latest to tumble, but considering Miami's improving stature, it was only barely an upset

By William Nack

Pro Basketball 1981-82

THE NBA GOES BACK TO SCHOOL

What are Norm Nixon, Mitch Kupchak, Michael Cooper, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jamaal Wilkes and Magic Johnson doing in a classroom with Laker Coach Paul Westhead? Hitting the blackboards, just like the rest of the league

By Bruce Newman

THE TWIN TOWERS

ATLANTIC division

By Anthony Cotton

CENTRAL division

By Anthony Cotton

MIDWEST division

By Alexander Wolff

PACIFIC division

By Bruce Newman

College Football

All set to work for Erk

Erk Russell, creator of Georgia's Junkyard Dogs, is building a whole new team

By N. Brooks Clark

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Hockey

Sound Capital investment

U.S. schoolboy whiz Bobby Carpenter is yielding high returns in Washington

By Mike DelNagro

Field Hockey

Outstanding in her fields

Penn State's Candy Finn sticks out in both field hockey and lacrosse

By Bob Ottum

Larry Bird

Gifts That God Didn't Give

Larry Bird was blessed with his height, but lots of work made him the NBA's most complete player since Oscar Robertson

By John Papanek

On The Scene

THE FISHERMEN DIDN'T BELIEVE THAT FLIES WOULD WORK, BUT THE FISH BIT

By Michael Baughman

Reminiscence

THE BARE TRUTH IS THAT THE RIDES AT PARADISE RANCH WEREN'T HEAVENLY

By Jim Strain

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 26-Nov. 1

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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