Booktalk
Yesterday
The Jays
THE JAYS TAKE IT BACK
Johns Hopkins won't beat you at most games. But lacrosse is the one they're sure they own, and with that spirit they went out to regain supremacy
MIXING SATIN AND STEEL
Performers of sinuous precision, the top U.S. gymnasts assembled for an Illinois showdown
U.S. Open
TRAPS IN AN OPEN FIELD
The history of the U.S. Open offers ample proof that given a chance to win, most golfers, even the best, have a tendency to self-destruct
Cup Fever
THE DELIRIUM OF CUP FEVER
Although they should be immune by now to rampant America's Cup optimism, the Australians have caught the bug again and have bet a healthy bundle on the good sloop 'Southern Cross'
TV/Radio
Baseball
Fishing
Bridge
Case 427
427: A CASE IN POINT
Violations of athletic policies and proprieties proved the ruin of sport at Long Beach State. A study of men and motives that raises uneasy questions about the games colleges play today
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

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