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Viewpoint

THERE'S NO NEED TO THROW A TANTRUM IF YOU CAN THROW A TENNIS RACKET

By John Knoll

The Masters

Another Green Jacket For Seve

An explosive start on the final day put Seve Ballesteros in position to breeze on to his second Masters title

By Dan Jenkins

Tom Seaver

It Was a Terrific Homecoming

Ending a six-year exile from the Mets, Tom Seaver delighted an Opening Day crowd by pitching six strong innings in a 2-0 win over Philadelphia

By Steve Wulf

Art Schlichter

Has It All Been Thrown Away?

Art Schlichter, a Colt quarterback, was gambling his future in football when he bet heavily with bookies

By Paul Zimmerman

John Reaves

He Has Seen The Light

Drugs had darkened John Reaves's family life and football career, but now he's a bright spot in the USFL

By Douglas S. Looney

Mother Fletcher

Mother Fletcher

As a kid, Lucille Fletcher beat up on boys. Now she's a fight judge who also guides the careers of her three boxing sons

By Franz Lidz

Theater

Grandeur and goop on K2

As a play 'K2' is wordy and often tedious, but as a show it truly soars

By Robert W. Creamer

Baseball

For whom the Bell toils...

...was up in the air during the off-season, but Buddy Bell is still with Texas

By Jim Kaplan

INSIDE PITCH

By Herm Weiskopf

Marathon

The Aussie put them all down under

Rob de Castella ran away from a brilliant race field in Rotterdam

By Kenny Moore

Hockey

The blankety-blank Sabres

Montreal swore by its offense until Buffalo got two shutouts in the playoffs

By E.M. Swift

Swimming

Standing tall in the Shorts

The surprise star of the U.S. Short Course meet was 6'1" Tammy Thomas

By Craig Neff

Arming For '83

Arming For A New Season

Pitch or perish is a baseball law. In Part I of a series on the inner workings of one staff, the White Sox show their spring stuff

By Frank Deford

First Person

THE AUTHOR'S FASCINATION FOR OAK TEACHES HIM A LESSON IN MORTALITY

By Tom Kelly

Reminiscence

TRYING TO TEACH A BACKYARD BEAGLE TO HUNT RABBITS CAN BE A DOG'S LIFE

By Michael Globetti

Perspective

THREE-CUSHION BILLIARDS IS TO POOL WHAT CHESS IS TO CHINESE CHECKERS

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 4-10

Compiled by Armen Keteyian

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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