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Focus

GOOD PLACE TO GO BATTY

Collector bats are a hot item in Cooperstown

By Ken Tingley

First Person

OH, THAT IT HAD GOT AWAY

Two encounters with a big bass left a bitter taste

By Charles Thobae

No-Hitters

NO, NO, OH NO

In one weekend, baseball saw three no-hitters—including a no-winner

By Steve Wulf

'THAT'S BASEBALL'

By William Nack

ARTISTRY REVISITED

Lee Trevino held off Jack Nicklaus to win the Senior Open

By Douglas S. Looney

New York Mets

A Cool Bud and Some Red-Hots

Behind their new manager, Bud Harrelson, and with some help from the bat of Darryl Strawberry, the New York Mets have gone from famine to feast.

By Steve Rushin

Superconferences

KICKING OFF TO CHAOS

A mad scramble is on as college football forges bold new alignments to usher in the uncertain era of the superconference

By Austin Murphy

Bill Fralic

WE CAN CLEAN IT UP'

ATLANTA FALCON BILL FRALIC IS MAKING IT HIS BUSINESS TO RID THE NFL OF STEROIDS

By Peter King

The Golf Boom

Second of Three Parts: Choose Your Weapon

Golf technology has taken a quantum leap

By E.M. Swift

Bad BUSINESS

Ripping off one's rival is standard practice in golf

By John Garrity

SURE CURES

(And if you believe that, we have a nice little S&L we can snow you)

By Rick Reilly

Inside

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

Perspective

CAN BLACK GOLFERS COME TO THE FORE?

Daunting financial and societal obstacles face minority aspirants

By Tim Crothers

On The Scene

THE 'A TEAM,' UNCLE SAM STYLE

Only the strongest survived the Best Ranger contest

By Kent Hannon

Sideline

FAST, NOT FANCY, WINS THE GAME

Quick-shot artists scored at the Pop-A-Shot championships

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week June 25-July 1

Compiled by Tim Crothers

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

HEY, NBC, BRING BACK BUD

Bud Collins belongs in the booth at Wimbledon

By Alexander Wolff

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff