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July 2, 1984 Table Of Contents

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THIS WORK ABOUT RACISM AND SPORTS IS GUILTY OF SOME DUBIOUS PREMISES

By Jeremiah Tax

Olympic Trials

Trials and Jubilation

Out of nine days, in which by harsh necessity exultation combined with despair, came the U.S. Olympic track team

By Kenny Moore

The Mets

They're Striking Out In A New Direction

Young pitchers like Dwight Gooden have transformed the Mets into a force in the National League East

By Jim Kaplan

Water Polo

Put to the test in Budapest

The U.S.S.R. won the Tungsram Cup, but the U.S.A. looks O.K. for L.A.

By Jaime Diaz

Boxing

Still no cigar for Howard

Howard Davis lost a close one to WBC lightweight champion Edwin Rosario

By William Nack

Baseball

California's Mr. Consistency

Doug DeCinces may have a bad back, but he's way up front for the Angels

By Ron Fimrite

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through June 24)

By Henry Hecht

Eagleson

THE MAN WHO RULES HOCKEY

Alan Eagleson, union boss, friend of management, players' agent and international negotiator, has used his many conflicting roles to take control of the sport in the NHL and beyond

By John Papanek

Perspective

THE BEST OF FLIES ARE THOSE THAT CAN CATCH FISH AND THE IMAGINATION

By Steve Raymond

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 18-24

Compiled by Bruce Anderson

19th Hole: The Reader Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READER 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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