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Viewpoint

A COLLEGE BASKETBALL SHOT CLOCK IS A TIMER WHOSE TIME HAS TRULY COME

By Arnold Schechter

Booktalk

THIS NOVEL INVOLVES "J.D. SALINGER," BUT THE CATCHER IS BEHIND THE PLATE

By Art Hill

Stats

WHAT YOU NEED TO GET A BALL AT A BASEBALL GAME ARE THESE FOUL TIPS

By Alexander Wolff

Sideline

LET'S GIVE THIS COMPANY A HUGE HAND FOR BEING NO. 1 IN THE NO. 1 BUSINESS

By Dave Foster

Kentucky Derby

And The Last Shall Be First

After trailing early in the Kentucky Derby, Gato del Sol shifted into high and thundered to the line ahead of 18 competitors

By William Nack

Thanks, Bullets, We Really Needed That!

Such was the spirit of the Celtics as upstart Washington, which even stole Game 2, made the champs playoff sharp

By Anthony Cotton

The Yankees

This Time George Went Overboard

By changing managers, shuffling players and alienating the fans, owner George Steinbrenner has the Yankees in deep water

By Steve Wulf

Bert Jones

L.A. Gets A New Leading Man

Owner Georgia Frontiere recast her Rams by trading two high draft picks to Baltimore for superstar quarterback Bert Jones

By E.M. Swift

Tom Morey

'The Ocean Speaks To You'

But you wouldn't believe the things it tells Tom Morey, the inventor of the Boogie board

By Franz Lidz

Bob Roggy

A Spear-Carrier No More

Bob Roggy moved to center stage after making an astounding throw to break the American javelin record

By Dan Levin

Baseball

Gus doesn't make any fuss

But Cliff Gustafson of Texas does win, more often than any other coach

By Douglas S. Looney

THE WEEK (April 26-May 2)

By Herm Weiskopf

Wrestling

A couple of very golden oldies

At the AAUs, two rather senior citizens showed off their specialties

By Craig Neff

The Outfield

A WELL MATCHED SET

The defensive brilliance shared by A's outfielders Dwayne Murphy, Rickey Henderson and Tony Armas keeps Oakland burning bright

By Ron Fimrite

IN THEORY, THE A'S OWE '81 TO THE OUTFIELD

By Bruce Anderson

Reminiscence

MIKE (THE BEAR) GARCIA WAS QUITE A CARD, AS THIS NO-HIT KID FOUND OUT

By Bob Cairns

On The Scene

VISIT HORRIE SINCLAIR'S NEW ZEALAND SWAMP AND YOU'LL SURELY BAG DUCKS

By Ed Davis

Perspective

HEAVEN IS ON THE CUTTING EDGE WHEN THIS WOODSMAN HAS AN AX TO GRIND

By Arnold Benson

First Person

A SELF-TAUGHT FLY-FISHERMAN TELLS OF THE WOES OF LEARNING BY THE BOOK

By Steve Raymond

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 25-May 2

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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