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September 19, 1983 Table Of Contents

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Bootalk

BANG, BANG, YOU'RE RED! SURVIVAL IS THE NAME OF THIS COLORFUL NEW GAME

By Robert F. Jones

U.S. Open

He Got Down and Did It

Despite his antique racket, Jimmy Connors—who's a bit of an antique himself—was unbending in pursuit of his fifth U.S. Open

By Frank Deford

Arguello And Pryor

Good Night, Sweet Prince

After 15 glorious years, Alexis Arguello is hanging up his gloves because Aaron Pryor again KO'd his bid for a fourth title

By Pat Putnam

The Eagles

The Buck Stops Here In The Big Flap Over The Eagles

The old high-flying Philly franchise is in financial chaos and now ruled by the owner's tight-fisted daughter

By Paul Zimmerman

Cecil Cooper

'I'm The Gehrig Of My Time'

Like the Iron Horse, Cecil Cooper of the Brewers is a bright star who has been outshone but not outdone

By Ron Fimrite

Pro & Con

This is the game of the name

Bunko artist Arthur Lee Trotter likes to pose as sports stars in his scams

By Franz Lidz

Baseball

To know him is to love him

A lot of folks are high on the Cards' George Hendrick, despite his low profile

By Steve Wulf

INSIDE PITCH (Through September 11)

By Herm Weiskopf

College Football

The power but no glory

Arizona may be on probation, but it sure can bowl over opponents

By Douglas S. Looney

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

TV/Radio

There were some Open holes

Despite having strong players, CBS's tennis telecasts had obvious faults

By William Taaffe

Ray Perkins

The Dawning Of A New Day

Bear Bryant's successor as Alabama coach, Ray Perkins, gets off to a good early start in the demanding business of following a legend

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 5-11

Compiled by Lisa Twyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Alexander Wolff

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