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May 3, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

FLEXING FAIRWAYS AND ROVING MOOSE ARE SOME OF THE HAZARDS AT THE NORTHERNMOST OF U.S. GOLF COURSES

By Arnold Schechter

NBA Playoffs

Seattle's Sunday Punch

Jack Sikma won his battle with Moses Malone and Seattle beat Houston to advance in the playoffs

By Bruce Newman

The Cardinals

The Cardinals Are Off To A Flying Start

Newcomers Lonnie and Ozzie Smith paced St. Louis to 12 straight wins and the division lead

By Jim Kaplan

Tennis

Overloaded With Circuit Breakers

Sparks flew as rival tournaments in Dallas and Las Vegas spotlighted the malaises of pro tennis

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Serving notice in a big way

The 6'6" Chip Hooper has taken a giant step in the rankings, from 235 to 17.

By Ralph Wiley

Gonzales

Gonzo, Man On The Go

Speedy takedowns have made Joe Gonzales the best 114.5-pound freestyle wrestler in the U.S.—perhaps in the world

By Craig Neff

Julie Veee

With The Greatest Of E's

Julie Veee plays midfield for San Diego exactly the way the Silver Surfer used to ride his board—with A CERTAIN MAGIC!

By Bob Ottum

Baseball

Pittsburgh's prize catch

Young Tony Pena is the latest in the Pirates' long line of Latin luminaries

By Jack McCallum

THE WEEK (April 19-25)

By Herm Weiskopf

Golf

The legend at the Legends

At 69, Sam Snead—and partner—gave the Onion Creek field gray hairs

By Dan Jenkins

TV/Radio

The big story? Joe Piscopo

Sportscaster. "Saturday Night Live." Outrageous. Irreverent. Hilarious.

By Steve Wulf

Billy Smith

HE WON'T CLEAN UP HIS ACT

His opponents sure wish he would, but the Islanders' truculent Billy Smith, the NHL's premier playoff goalkeeper, says no soap

By E.M. Swift

First Person

RACING SCHOOLS FOR DRIVERS TEACH HOW TO ENJOY LIFE IN THE FAST LANE

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 19-25

Compiled by Mike DelNagro

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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