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Booktalk

A NUMBER OF WARM, LITERATE SALUTES FROM RED SMITH TO DEPARTED FRIENDS

By Art Hill

The Strike

And Then The Clock Showed 00:00

So it was sudden death—for pro football fans, that is—as the NFL Players Association called a strike against the game's owners, beginning this week

By Robert H. Boyle

'We're Human Beings. We Want To Be Heard'

By Robert H. Boyle

The Steelers

Until We Meet Again (If We Do)

The Steelers beat the Bengals in overtime but feared that a strike might mean a dead end to their auspicious start

By Paul Zimmerman

Dunking For The Big Apple

David Horning plowed past the World Trade Center during his victorious swim around Manhattan

By Dan Levin

Notre Dame

Picking Up Where They Didn't Leave Off

Chagrined by the 5-6 record last year, Notre Dame came out roaring in its '82 opener against Michigan

By John Papanek

A Golden Horse On Any Course

Grass-loving Lemhi Gold won the Marlboro Cup while kicking dirt in the faces of contenders for Horse of the Year

By William Nack

Robin Yount

This Robin Is A Rare Bird

Milwaukee's Robin Yount is the best shortstop in baseball because he combines slick fielding with powerful hitting

By Robert W. Creamer

Ten Who Shouldn't Be Sold Short

By Robert W. Creamer

Baseball

This Rogers isn't very jolly

Expo Steve Rogers is even tougher on himself than he is on the hitters

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK (Sept. 13-19)

By Herm Weiskopf

College Football

The place where he belongs

Disgruntled at Penn State, Jeff Hostetler has found a home at West Virginia

By Jack McCallum

THE WEEK

By Alexander Wolff

TV/Radio

The networks fight it out

In the duke-out over ratings, boxing has proved that it packs a big punch

By William Taaffe

Soccer

By Giorgio, he did it again!

Giorgio Chinaglia revived his one-man show as the Cosmos won Soccer Bowl

By Clive Gammon

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE SUGAR LAND EXPRESS?

The record book attests that he's the greatest high school running back ever, but he was a flop in college and the pros. Nonetheless, three decades after Ken Hall turned on a Texas town, he has it made in the shade

By Douglas S. Looney

Perspective

A LIVELY NEW SOFTBALL SPEEDS UP THE ACTION BUT SLOWS DOWN THE GAME

By Ben Cook

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 13-19

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

CREDITS

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