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Rickey Henderson

He Finally Bagged It

The base path to glory led from first to second in Milwaukee, where Oakland's Rickey Henderson stole base No. 119 to break the single-season record—and there was, and will be, more

By Ron Fimrite

A Ram Almost Upstaged The Walrus

A ball was the talk of the World Series of Golf until Craig Stadler let go with a 65 and then won the event in a playoff

By Dan Jenkins

L.A. Raiders

Less Than Colossal In The L.A. Coliseum

The Raiders' debut as the home team in Los Angeles was a success on the field but not up in the seats

By Ralph Wiley

Stolen Bases

So What's All The Fuss?

Rickey Henderson may be the man of the hour but, argues the author, base stealing has never really amounted to very much

By Bill James

Mr. Johnson

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Johnson

Affable Tampa Bay Linebacker Cecil Johnson turns into a lethal hitter on the field and a deadly needler in the locker room

By Franz Lidz

Design For Sport

Light on your feet

By Jule Campbell

TV/Radio

Tooting his own Einhorn

The White Sox co-owner says pay TV could bring in $27 million a year

By William Taaffe

Boxing

A hard-driving macho man

Hector Camacho, street fighter and car thief, has cleaned up his act

By Pat Putnam

Baseball

A big day for a little man

Cody Webster pitched and hit Kirkland, Wash. to the Little League title

By Steve Wulf

THE WEEK (Aug. 23-29)

By Herm Weiskopf

Don Gay

NO GUTS, NO GLORY

Bull riding is the roughest, toughest rodeo event. Ask Don Gay, who's going for a record eighth title

By E.M. Swift

Perspective

JOE PURZYCKI IS THE "WHITE SHADOW" OF THE DELSTATE FOOTBALL PROGRAM

By N. Brooks Clark

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 23-29

Compiled By Rob Buchanan

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 Robert W. Creamer

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