September 12, 1976

Footloose
Viewpoint
Booktalk
Jackpot
JACK HITS ANOTHER JACKPOT
Every time someone invents a tournament that might someday be ranked as a major championship, Jack Nicklaus decides he had better win it, as he did the new World Series of Golf in Akron, pocketing $100,000
WON THE HEATS, LOST TO THE HEAT
Billy Haughton wanted to scratch Steve Lobell from the fourth heat of The Hambletonian, and he was both wrong and right: the colt took the trotting classic and $131,762 in 90° weather but, as Billy feared, collapsed afterward
Dish Behind The Plate
Dipsea
THE DIPSEA DOODLE
The race is only 6.8 miles long, but its 2,000 runners go up a stairway, down gullies, through rain forests. Some finish, bloodied and bowed
Pro Football 1976
Bud Grant
Getting Away From the Boo Birds
Putting Minnesota's annual playoff failure out of mind, Bud Grant takes to the woods to commune with ravens and contemplate a race of giant bluegills
TV/Radio
Baseball
The throes of frustration
MET STARTING PITCHERS KOOSMAN, LOLICH, MATLACK AND SEAVER ARE THE BEST, BUT BECAUSE OF DINKY HITTING AND FIELDING, THEIR RECORDS DON'T SHOW IT
Cloud Of Dust
As I See It
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)