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May 17, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Viewpoint

A SOBERING THOUGHT FOR ATHLETES: BY THEIR TEACHERS THEY'LL BE TAUGHT

By Dan Woog

First Person

McENROE IS WICKED AT TENNIS, BUT A NON-JOCK TABLED HIM AT PING-PONG

By Ivan Maisel

Booktalk

HERE'S THE ESSENCE OF FIVE BASEBALL SEASONS BY A MASTER OF RICH DETAIL

By Art Hill

300!

The Prime Of The Ancient Mariner

Seattle's Gaylord Perry is the first pitcher in 19 years to win 300 games and, at 43, the oldest in history

By Jack McCallum

Boom Boom

Faster Than You Can Say 'New Champion'

Boom Boom Mancini separated Arturo Frias from his senses and his WBA lightweight championship in a furious first round

By Pat Putnam

A Workman's Compensation

By Ralph Wiley

The Canucks

A Great Awakening In Vancouver

The woebegone Canucks, who used to put their fans to sleep, have made it all the way to the finals of the Stanley Cup

By E.M. Swift

Bounding Barrister

The Bounding Barrister

Attorney-to-be Willie Banks seems to defy the law—of gravity, that is—whenever he essays a triple jump

By Anita Verschoth

Baseball

Not enough hurrahs for Harrah

Toby Harrah has got good wood and bad on the ball, but few cheers in Cleveland

By Bruce Anderson

THE WEEK (May 3-9)

By Herm Weiskopf

Tennis

No shuck, no jive and no letting up

By romping at the Tournament of Champions, Ivan Lendl left no doubt as to who's No. 1

By Barry McDermott

On The Scene

I KNOW FLY-FISHING'S DREAM STREAM, AND I'LL EVEN TELL YOU WHERE IT IS

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 3-9

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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