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June 7, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

A NOSTALGIC TRIP TO RIGHT PLACES AT THE RIGHT TIMES (OR THE WRONG ONES)

By Jeremiah Tax

Sideline

IF BASEBALL'S HEAD WERE ON STRAIGHT IT WOULD USE THE DESIGNATED SHRINK

By Howard Eisenberg

Footloose

YOU MISSED ASPEN LAST WINTER—HOW ABOUT SAND SKIING AT CONEY ISLAND?

By Jill Lieber

Indianapolis 500

Wee Gordy Wins Big

Little Gordon Johncock had been a hard-luck Indy driver, but at 45 he made the grandest of Indy 500s his

By Sam Moses

The Mets Try To Steal New York

New Manager George Bamberger has the Big Apple's "other team" off to a fast start, and lots of people are taking notice

By Steve Wulf

NBA Playoffs

L.A.'s Streak Goes By The Boards

The Sixers stopped the Lakers' run at nine straight and tied the championship series

By Bruce Newman

Holmes-Cooney

A Classic Confrontation

It's boxer against slugger, experience against youth, as undefeated heavyweight champ Larry Holmes takes on undefeated Gerry Cooney in Las Vegas

By William Nack

Slick Slide

A Slick Slide To The Top

Pete Hames may be only 17, but he is already mining the vein that only a talented few can find in dirt-track racing

By Bob Ottum

Baseball

The averages aren't average

Barry Bonnell of Toronto is leading a ferocious assault against pitchers

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (May 24-30)

By Herm Weiskopf

Movies

The Rocky Files (a rerun)

In No. III, Sylvester Stallone, that Rocky of ages, whomps away at Mr. T

By Frank Deford

Golf

Raymondo had the tempo

At Nicklaus' classy Memorial, Floyd got the drop on the rest of the field

By Dan Jenkins

Boating

Two grand dames at sea

Santana and Dorade met in a match race of oldies but very goodies

By Sarah Pileggi

Caesars Palace

THE GLORY THAT IS CAESARS

Whether it be boxing or baccarat, wheeling or dealing, Las Vegas' palatial emporium of pleasure is dedicated to the proposition that the play is the thing

By John Papanek

Reminiscence

OTTO WAS NO BISMARCK, BUT HE WAS A WINNER ON THE LEAKY-ROOF CIRCUIT

By Arnold Benson

Yesterday

THE OUTLINE OF THE U.S. WAS FINISHED AFTER A RISKY RUN ON THE RIO GRANDE

By Richard Phelan

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 24-30

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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