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World Cup

It Was Italy, Prettily

Paolo Rossi exults while still on the ground as his header starts off Italy's 3-1 rout of West Germany in the final of the World Cup

By Clive Gammon

Rose And Yaz

They're Playing the Sweet Swing Music of the 40s

Boston's Carl Yastrzemski, 42, and Philadelphia's Pete Rose, 41, are still turning out those hit records

By Jim Kaplan

Call It The Moorcroft Massacre

In a week of stunning races, the real eye-opener was David Moorcroft's world record romp in Oslo's 5,000

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Hal McRae

The Dean Of The DHs

No designated hitter has been as successful for as long as Hal McRae of Kansas City, a full-time star at a part-time position

By Ron Fimrite

Match Fishing

A Strange And Fairly Disgusting Fish Story

The point of match angling, the English workingman's passion, is to catch, by means of a tremendous rod, tiny hook and appalling bait, lots of little fish very fast—and beat the bookie

By Clive Gammon

Baseball

The best signs of the times

Angel Coach Preston Gomez is the master at sending and stealing signals

By Franz Lidz

THE WEEK (July 5-11)

By Herm Weiskopf

Golf

Mister X marked the spot

Miller Barber blazed to the Senior Open title with his final round of 65

By John Papanek

Seattle

SEATTLE: CITY LIFE AT ITS BEST

Sports, organized and free-form, participant and spectator, abound around and about Seattle, fostering civic pride and an uncommon urban vigor

By Sarah Pileggi

Hardball Fever: Catch It, Please

By Jack McCallum

First Person

HOW DO YOU ACCOUNT FOR THE LUCK SOME FOLKS HAVE WITH ROD AND GUN?

By Harry Middleton

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 5-11

Compiled by Rob Buchanan

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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