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August 22, 1988 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

KEEPING AN EAGLE EYE ON OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS

By Stu Stuller

Spotlight

DETERMINED, BUT IN NO GREAT HURRY

By Sarah Boxer

Gretzky

Woe, Canada

A nation wept as its hero, NHL star Wayne Gretzky, was traded from Edmonton to Los Angeles

By E.M. Swift

REALLY BIG DEALS

By Steve Wulf

HANGING TOUGH

Jeff Sluman avoided the snares of a punishing golf course to win the PGA

By Jaime Diaz

Cardinals

ONE TOUCHY LOVE AFFAIR

The Phoenix Cardinals made their debut in the desert, but the romance between fans and team is as prickly as the cactus

By Douglas S. Looney

Swimming

BACK TO THE FUTURE

An innovative backstroker, David Berkoff, led the way at the U.S. Olympic Trials

By Craig Neff

Frank Viola

Near-Perfect Pitch

Minnesota's sweetest sounds are heard when Frank Viola, baseball's most prolific winner, takes the mound

By Peter Gammons

John Cooper

In Woody's Shadow

New Ohio State football coach John Cooper will have to do more than win games

By Rick Telander

Baseball

OUR TEAM ES PRETTY SOLIDO

The U.S. Olympians lost four of seven games to Cuba, but they may turn out darn well

By Hank Hersch

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Saratoga

SARATOGA

For 125 years, the crowds have flocked to Saratoga in August, drawn by the spring waters, the social whirl and, of course, the loveliest racetrack of them all

By William Nack

On The Scene

STRESS-FREE LITTLE LEAGUE

Coaches in New York City are learning how to lighten up

By Laura Hilgers

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Aug. 8-14

Compiled by Demmie Stathoplos

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