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AT THE HELM WITH THE COMEBACK KID

By Duncan Brantley

Battle Of Quebec

THE BATTLE OF QUEBEC

When provincial neighbors Montreal and Quebec meet in the playoffs, it's war

By Austin Murphy

THANK YOU, PETE WEBER

With his victory in the Firestone, a tournament that Dad never won, Dick Weber's son gave bowling a needed boost

By Douglas S. Looney

Dale Ellis

THE JOY OF GETTING EVEN

Seattle guard Dale Ellis went back to Dallas and settled an old score

By Jack McCallum

Bo Jackson

WILL BO BE A HIT OR A MISS?

Easy question. The Royals' Bo Jackson just might get himself a Rookie of the Year award to go along with his Heisman

By Peter Gammons

A TUMBLE FROM THE TOP

A loss to the Soviets in Denver proved the U.S. men's gymnasts have fallen since L.A.

By Hank Hersch

Derby Preview

DOING BATTLE WITH THE DEMON

Several strong colts, three of them trained by D. Wayne Lukas, will go up against Kentucky Derby favorite Demons Begone

By William Nack

Larry Bowa

Padre with a Passion

His young team's struggles have forced manager Larry Bowa to temper his fury with patience

By Ron Fimrite

Honeyghan

One Real Honey Of a Dandy

Welterweight champ Lloyd Honeyghan is hungry, proud, stylish and, unlike many another British fighter, able

By Clive Gammon

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Lacrosse

OH BROTHER, HERE COMES CAROLINA

Joey and Gary Seivold have the defending NCAA champs primed for the playoffs

By Duncan Brantley

LAST ROUNDS for the DOCTOR

Dr. J

Doc Across America

By Jack McCallum

Some Guy Named Erving

By Peter Carry

A Series For The Ages

By John Papanek

The Master of Midair

By Curry Kirkpatrick

A Championship Season

By Bruce Newman

A Graceful Descent

By Alexander Wolff

A Star's Legacy

By Frank Deford

Spotlight

QUOTING FROM SCRIPTURE

Baseball legend Billy Scripture is all people say, and more

By John Garrity

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week April 20-26

Compiled by Cathrine Wolf

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THAT WHEELING FEELING

Wheelchair racers merit our attention, not our pity

By Craig Neff

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Sullivan