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Footloose

WHEN THE RUNNER HAD TUNNEL VISION, A POLICEMAN WAS A WELCOME SIGHT

By Charlie Bell

Update

WHEN NAMING A CARTOON CHARACTER, THE CREATORS WERE BEARISH ON YOGI

By N. Brooks Clark

Tennis

Worthy of Really High Fives

At the French Open, Ivan Lendl won his first major and Martina Navratilova the Grand Slam—sort of

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Taking A Ride On The Handlebars

Oh, what a relief it is for the Brewers to have the mustachioed Rollie Fingers back in top shape after a disabling elbow injury

By Steve Wulf

NBA Finals

They Took It Down To The Wire

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar lifted the Lakers to a 3-3 tie with Boston in the NBA finals

By Anthony Cotton

You Can Get Hooked On Longhorns

A breed that once defined us as a nation—spunky and a bit wild—but nearly died out, is coming back

By Douglas S. Looney

Dara Torres

She's Set Her Sights On L.A.

Dara Torres, the world's best in the 50 freestyle, is stretching to make the U.S. Olympic team in the 100

By Dan Levin

Baseball

Somebody up there liked him

Cal State-Fullerton won the NCAA championship behind Eddie Delzer

By Bruce Anderson

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through June 10)

By Henry Hecht

Track & Field

No nipping this Budd

Zola Budd won a brave, barefoot 3,000 to acquire an Olympic berth

By Craig Neff

Indoor Soccer

The Blast had one at last

The Baltimore Blast won its first MISL title, exploding against St. Louis

By E.M. Swift

TV/Radio

A Gulliver big on Lilliputians

CBS's Mort Sharnik gave early boosts to Ray Mancini and Hector Camacho

By William Taaffe

On The Scene

FOR FIFTY YEARS DUCK STAMP ART HAS IMITATED WILDLIFE—AND PRESERVED IT

By Harry Middleton

For The Record

A roundup off the week June 4-10

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 Jerry Kirshenbaum

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