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Booktalk

NOW OUT IN BOOK FORM: HEMINGWAY'S NARRATIVE OF A DANGEROUS SUMMER

By Jeremiah Tax

NL East

All Bent Out Of Shape

A twisted tale unfolded in the NL East as New York and Montreal met to compare their off-season trade

By Craig Neff

Take My Golf Game, Please!!!

A grocery store manager checks in with an 18-hole 257 total, and checks out as worst of the worst

By Jack McCallum

A Net Loss Is Nova's Gain

Rollie Massimino rejected NBA millions to stay put at Villanova

By Alexander Wolff

U.S. Pro Cycling

Now Eric's Hell On Wheels, Too

Eric Heiden, who has traded in his ice skates for a bicycle, was the surprise winner of the first U.S. Pro Cycling Championship

By Bruce Newman

Boxing

How Did Heavyweight Boxing Become The Muddle It Is? Time For A Quiz

Massillon

A Mauling in Tiger Town

Football-crazy Massillon, Ohio got swept up in a small-town tempest when Mike Currence (facing page) was fired as the high school coach

By Jack McCallum

Baseball

Seattle's new power source

Phil Bradley is turning heads—especially those of opposing outfielders

By Ivan Maisel

INSIDE PITCH (June 17-23)

By Henry Hecht

AND NOW FOR FORSTER'S PAUNCH LINE

By Sandy Keenan

Soccer

No more kicks for the Cosmos

Once the toast of all New York, the Cosmos suffered a lonely death

By Clive Gammon

Pro Football

Big bucks for a bayou boy

That's what USFL quarterback Bobby Hebert expects to make in the NFL

By Rick Telander

Bevacqua

A GREAT ROLE PLAYER

Whether he's impersonating his manager or coming off the bench to get a hit in a crucial situation, flaky Kurt Bevacqua of the Padres is indeed a good man to have in a pinch

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 17-23

Compiled by BAILEY BREENE

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