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April 22, 1985 Table Of Contents

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Arttalk

IN ONE MANHATTAN GALLERY ALL THE DEALS ARE CONCERNED WITH WHEELS

By Rob Buchanan

Sideline

THIS WOMAN LEARNED TO MANHANDLE A CHAIN SAW—NOW HER FOREST THRIVES

By Sue Hubbell

Movietalk

'SLUGGER'S WIFE' IS OUT ON STRIKES, BUT 'SYLVESTER' RIDES HOME A WINNER

By Frank Deford

Booktalk

THE STORY OF A TRAINER'S COLORFUL CAREER IN THE RING IS NO KNOCKOUT

By Jeremiah Tax

Sports

THE DIABETIC ATHLETE: HIS TOUGHEST OPPONENT IS HIS OWN METABOLISM

By Arnold Schechter

Hagler Vs. Hearns

Eight Minutes Of Fury

Marvin Hagler unleashed an all-out assault against Thomas Hearns to retain his middleweight crown

By Pat Putnam

Masters

Der Meisterswinger

Bernhard Langer, the finest golfer Germany has ever produced, came on strong to win the Masters when Curtis Strange faltered

By Barry McDermott

Tulane

'All I Want Is To Be Happy'

Star player John Williams, under indictment in the Tulane scandal, is facing an unpredictable future

By Douglas S. Looney

Garden State

Back In A Blaze Of Glory

Destroyed by fire, New Jersey's Garden State Park has been lavishly rebuilt by bustling Robert Brennan

By William Leggett

Denver Nuggets

Denver's Portland Cement

Solidified by three ex-Trail Blazers, the Nuggets headed into the playoffs after their most successful NBA season ever

By Alexander Wolff

Baseball

Brevity is the role of Witt

Little noted for a perfect ending to 1984, Mike Witt opened to little note

By Bruce Anderson

INSIDE PITCH (April 8-14)

By Henry Hecht

Motor Sports

Good to the very last drop

Mario Andretti won the Long Beach Grand Prix by conserving his fuel

By Sam Moses

Marathon

A bleak run in Boston

Both the winner and the venerable race itself suffered from cramps

By Craig Neff

Haynes

ON THE ROAD AGAIN AND AGAIN AND...

For nearly four decades Marques Haynes has been following the bouncing ball to the far corners of the world and working his dribbling magic, all the while making and preserving basketballs rich and colorful history

By William Nack

On The Scene

THOUGH BATTERED BY THE MARCH OF TIME, THE ENCHANTED ROCK ENDURES

By Richard Phelan

For The Record

A roundup of the week April 8-14

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

FACES OF THE CROWD

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 Franz Lidz