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September 20, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

IS THERE A FAN WHO DOESN'T YEARN FOR THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE?

By Rick Telander

U.S. Open

He Lit Up the Joint

It was lights-out in the U.S. Open final for Ivan Lendl when Jimmy Connors got his juices flowing

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Defense Canned The Candidates

Heisman hopefuls Danny Marino and Kelvin Bryant didn't impress any voters in Pitt's 7-6 victory over North Carolina

By Jack McCallum

Patriots-Colts

Meyered In Not So Kushy Situations

Rookie Coach Ron Meyer of rebuilding New England spoiled the NFL debut of rookie Coach Frank Kush of rebuilding Baltimore, 24-13

By Paul Zimmerman

Heaven On Wheels

He's Heaven On Wheels

It's not roller disco. It's not Roller Derby. It's speed roller skating, and last year Tacoma's Tom Peterson was the world champion

By Dan Levin

Single Wing

A Very Singular Way To Play

The single wing may be virtually extinct, but thanks to Keith Piper it's still alive—and running and passing—at Denison

By Rick Telander

Baseball

Mirror, mirror on the wall...

...who's the fairest of them all? Among Yankee hitters, Lou Piniella

By Franz Lidz

THE WEEK (Sept. 6-12)

By Herm Weiskopf

College Football

A very un-Cavalier attitude

Virginia lost to Navy, but new Coach George Welsh is thinking positively

By N. Brooks Clark

THE WEEK

By Alexander Wolff

Track & Field

The Wednesday Wipeout

The record book and Seb Coe got obliterated during a hot day in Athens

By Anita Verschoth

HERE SHE IS, THE TRUE LOVE BOAT

Designed about 30 years ago to indulge a pregnant lady, the Sunfish, of which 200,000 have been built, spawned its own breed of devotees, some of whom ooch

By William Oscar Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 6-Sept. 12

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 Jerry Kirshenbaum

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