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May 24, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

ATHLETES LITERALLY GET BLOWN AWAY AT THE WINDIEST TRACK IN THE NATION

By Grady Jim Robinson

Booktalk

THIS STORY OF A TRANSCONTINENTAL RUN IS A GOOD TRIP FOR READERS, TOO

By Kenny Moore

Viewpoint

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SHOULD BE IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES, WARTS AND ALL

By Marc Onigman

On The Scene

IN WASHINGTON, EVEN RONALD REAGAN IS ON THE EMIL VERBAN BANDWAGON

By Ivan Maisel

Sideline

STRANGE FISHING AT THE JONES FALLS: NO STRIKES AND FIVE THOUSAND BALLS

By Franz Lidz

The Islanders

The Islanders Stick It To 'Em

New York won its third straight Stanley Cup as sharpshooter Mike Bossy fired bull's-eyes in an imposing sweep of Vancouver's Canucks

By E.M. Swift

NBA Playoffs

They're Not Just Good, They're Perfect

After taking Phoenix in four games, Los Angeles kept its playoff slate clean by sweeping San Antonio and the West

By Bruce Newman

Mac Has Been A Real Blast From The Past

By Bruce Newman

What's Up? Doc And The Sizzling Sixers

Julius Erving vowed that any comparison with last year was illegal, immoral and distracting, as the 76ers again forged ahead of the Celtics 3-1

By Anthony Cotton

Sugar Ray Leonard

An Uncertain View Of The Future

Things looked rosy for Sugar Ray Leonard until a detached retina damaged his vision—and perhaps even ended his career

By Pat Putnam

The Blister That Can Blind

By John Papanek

Indy Qualifying

An Unqualified Success At The Qualifying

With Rick Mears on the pole and Kevin Cogan next to him, team Penske is sitting pretty for the 500

By Sam Moses

The Red Sox

The Darned Red Sox Haven't Any Holes

Although Boston has by no means sewn up the American League flag, don't needle Manager Ralph Houk

By Steve Wulf

Pro Football

Whole new league, whole new season

The fledgling 12-team USFL will try to tackle fans by scheduling its games from March to July

By William Oscar Johnson

Baseball

A good sign for the Cubbies

Hard-hitting Keith Moreland is making a name for himself with Chicago

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (May 10-16)

By Herm Weiskopf

TV/Radio

This coach is bleeping good

Profane Hubie Brown came over clean and sweet on basketball telecasts

By Alexander Wolff

Track & Field

Windmills on their minds

Venerable records looked less "untouchable" after the UCLA Invitational

By Craig Neff

Horse Racing

Way to ride 'em, Cowboy!

Aloma's Ruler and young Jack Kaenel moseyed off with the Preakness

By William Leggett

Navratilova

MERRILY SHE ROLLS ALONG

Having rebuilt her life and her game, Martina Navratilova is playing the finest tennis of her sometimes turbulent career

By Sarah Pileggi

First Person

A WATERFALL IN THE REMOTE MEXICAN WILDS GIVES UP A PIECE OF THE ROCK

By Richard Phelan

Perspective

IN FENCING YOU GET IN TOUCH WITH YOURSELF AS WELL AS YOUR OPPONENT

By Joel Glucksman

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 10-16

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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