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Sideline

A COMPUTER SERVICE SCORES POINTS WITH A GOOD MANY TENNIS PLAYERS

By Arnold Schechter

U.S. Open

They Did Their Things

As expected, John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova put on clinics to win their U.S. Open championships

By Curry Kirkpatrick

The Giants

They Lowered The Boom On Hogeboom

Led by Lawrence Taylor, the Giants made life miserable for Dallas and new quarterback Gary Hogeboom

By Paul Zimmerman

Kansas City

K.C. Has Become A Royal Pain

Kansas City didn't bother a soul the first half of the season, but now the Royals are fighting for first place

By Ron Fimrite

Silver Salmon

Welcome To The Chocolate Factory

The silver salmon off Kodiak Island are so bountiful that anglers are in seventh heaven—and close by hell

By Clive Gammon

TV/Radio

A talk show with no holds barred

'Tuesday Night Titans' wrestles some tough problems—its guests

By William Taaffe

College Football

His career is booming

Quarterback Randall Cunningham is unknown—except to pro scouts

By Roger Jackson

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

Baseball

It's the home of the homer

For long-ball excitement, the American League is in a league by itself

By Jim Kaplan

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through Sept. 9)

By Henry Hecht

Pro Football

A new start for an old Steeler

For Franco Harris, the chase is on but this time as a Seattle Seahawk

By Ralph Wiley

Extra Points

EXTRA POINTS

By Jill Lieber

THE EXTRA-ORDINARY MR. X

Everyone jokes about his 10-cent swing, but Miller Barber—golf's Mysterious Mr. X—laughs his way to the bank from the senior tour, an oldtimers' game in which the players can still play and the scores count

By Barry McDermott

On The Scene

AT THE WOODEN SUMMER CAMP, THE COACH WAS MORE THAN A STICK FIGURE

By Jack McCallum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Sept. 3-9

Compiled By Greg Kelly

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

CREDITS

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