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October 17, 1983 Table Of Contents

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Sports

TO SAVE HIS ARM, A PITCHER SHOULD USE HIS HEAD AND STUDY MECHANICS

By Armen Keteyian

On The Scene

NOW OR NEVER'S BUSINESS IS SELLING FITNESS, NOT FACTS, DOOR TO DOOR

By Franz Lidz

Playoffs

Knocking Their Sox Off

Baltimore charged into the World Series against Philadelphia by wiping out Chicago in four games

By Frank Deford

The Old And The Relentless Beat The Young And The Restless

By Ron Fimrite

The Run

The Run Also Rises

The rushing game is making a comeback in the pros, primarily because all the teams have got their defenses geared up to stop the passing attack

By Paul Zimmerman

Texas-Oklahoma

Texas Reaches Out And Hooks In A Big One

The No. 2-ranked Longhorns came storming from behind to defeat archrival Oklahoma 28-16 and remain unbeaten

By Douglas S. Looney

The Joneses

It's A Mighty Good Road

Basketball is the route by which the six brothers Jones, all 6'8" or taller, have traveled from home in McGehee, Ark. to Albany (Ga.) State and beyond

By Alexander Wolff

College Football

They're Lion low no more

Penn State regained a good deal of pride by upsetting Alabama 34-28

By Craig Neff

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

Motor Sports

Racing suits Willy to a T

The sport now has a rising new black star in California's Willy T. Ribbs

By Sam Moses

Horse Racing

He's at the head of his class

Devil's Bag just might be the finest 2-year-old colt since Secretariat

By William Leggett

Hendricks

WHO IS THIS MAD HATTER?

Once known as the Mad Stork, he's the peripatetic Ted Hendricks, the vintage outside linebacker who now hangs his hat in Los Angeles with the Raiders

By Paul Zimmerman

First Person

THE STRANGE CASE OF A FLIPPED-OUT SWIMMER WHO GOES INTO THE TANK

By Jill Lieber

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 3-9

Compiled by Roger Jackson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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