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Footloose

SOUTH BEND HAS A BRAND-NEW TWIST: A WHITE-WATER RACEWAY DOWNTOWN

By Patrick Strickler

Perspective

'ALL RIGHT, GUYS, LOCOMOTE PEDALLY TOWARD THE VISIBLE SPECTRUM....'

By Richard Demak

First Person

THEY WERE PURRFECTLY GOOD FRIENDS USUALLY, BUT AT TIMES THE FUR FLEW

By Sam Moses

Booktalk

THIS STORY OF A SINGLE GAME COULD MAKE YOU A DEDICATED BASEBALL FAN

By Jeremiah Tax

Spotlight

BUDDY ARRINGTON HAS NEVER WON A GRAND NATIONAL BUT HE'S NO LOSER

By Rob Buchanan

The Celtics

They're At It Again

Boston nipped Detroit, then jumped ahead of old rival Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference finals

By Alexander Wolff

Live, From New York, Its St. Patrick's Day

By Morin Bishop

A Wind Of Change Blows At Indy

Pancho Carter punched out a surprising record run for the Indy pole with an upstart Buick engine

By Sam Moses

Drug Tests

The Commissioner Gets Tough

Fearful of cocaine's impact on baseball, Peter Ueberroth announces plans for sweeping, mandatory testing

By Jim Kaplan

IN PITTSBURGH, THE PARTY MAY SOON BE OVER

By Robert Sullivan

The Angels

Make Way For The Mauchies

Thanks to Gene Mauch's return, the surprising Angels have the rest of the AL West reeling

By Craig Neff

Mandlikova

Hana Is Getting It All Together

Hana Mandlikova learned the hard way it's wiser to upset people with smooth strokes than sharp words

By Jaime Diaz

Pedroza

A Champ With Lots Of Clout

Eusebio Pedroza is a lord of two rings: He's WBA featherweight king and a member of Panama's senate

By Clive Gammon

TV

Legends of the err waves

Jerry Coleman and Ralph Kiner give their listeners tongues of fun

By William Taaffe

Baseball

M.D.'s swing needs no doctoring

After an anemic 1984, Oakland's Mike Davis is wielding a healthy bat

By Jaime Diaz

INSIDE PITCH May 6-12

By Henry Hecht

Heart

THE TELLTALE HEART

Was the chest pain the author felt while running a sign of serious heart trouble? Trying to find the answer cost him many sleepless nights—and $8,983

By Dan Levin

Reminiscence

THE BIG ONE THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY WAS A FISH THAT KNEW ALL THE ANGLES

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 6-12

Compiled by Duncan Brantley

FACES IN 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