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June 4, 1984 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

THE FIGHTING SWANS ARE IN THE SWIM IN THIS SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL LEAGUE

By Michael Rozek

Shopwalk

YOU WANT TO UNDERSTAND YOUR GOLF SWING? THIS NEW GADGET MIGHT HELP

By Jaime Diaz

Booktalk

IF IT'S TOTAL IMMERSION IN BASEBALL YOU WANT, HERE'S SOME FINE READING

By Jeremiah Tax

Indianapolis 500

Making Waves At Indy

Given an Indy racer right out of the box, Rick Mears got the bugs worked out—and then it was lights out for the 500 field

By Sam Moses

They Showed The Way In San Jose

On the straight and hanging a left, Carl Lewis put the pedal to the medal as Brian Oldfield got off one humongous heave

By Ralph Wiley

The Blue Jays

Hot On The Tails Of The Tigers

The up-and-coming Toronto Blue Jays won seven straight games to begin putting pressure on mighty, but stumbling, Detroit

By Steve Wulf

Magic And Bird

Together at Center Stage

Score '1' for Magic Johnson in his duel with Larry Bird as L.A. stunned Boston in the opener of the Finals

By Bruce Newman

Stefan Humphries

He Came Out Picture Perfect

A 'can't miss kid' in high school, Stefan Humphries didn't disappoint any profs or coaches at Michigan

By Douglas S. Looney

PLAYING ANCIENT GAMES

Golf's best-kept secret, these six spectacular Irish links represent the essence of the game, and there are no six-hour waiting times

By Sarah Pileggi

Marathon

Pfitz was pfirst to pfinish

Little-known Pete Pfitzinger was an upset winner at the Olympic trials

By Kenny Moore

Golf

He's now the proud father of 15

Houston won its 15th NCAA team title under ol' coach Dave Williams

By Ivan Maisel

Baseball

Superbly suited for Sutter

Reliever Bruce Sutter's new coach in St. Louis is an old friend and mentor

By Jim Kaplan

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics Through May 27)

By Henry Hecht

Phil Niekro

KNUCKSIE HASN'T LOST HIS GRIP

Unceremoniously booted out of Atlanta, 45-year-old Phil Niekro is starring for the Yankees. Indeed, his knuckleball is dancing with the sprightliness of a polka step

By Steve Wulf

Reminiscence

A GIANT MISUNDERSTANDING NEARLY MADE A GIANT-KILLER OF THE AUTHOR

By Parton Keese

First Person

THIS BASEBALL GREAT TAUGHT A CUB REPORTER IT PAYS TO BE SKEPTICAL

By Robert Lipsyte

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 21-27

Compiled by Joy Duckett CAIN

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 Robert W. Creamer

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