Shopwalk
As I Saw It
Booktalk
Stanley Cup
STATING THEIR CASE
As the Stanley Cup raged on, Boston's Brad Park and the Montreal Three looked capable of filling Bobby Orr's big skates
SOUTH AMERICA TAKES IT AWAY
For the fourth time in 11 years a South American team spoiled America's Davis Cup hopes. Led by Guillermo Vilas, one of the biggest names in his country since Juan Perón, and supported by unheralded Ricardo Cano, Argentina dumped the U.S. 3-2
Relays
A NEW GENERATION OF BLUES FANS
While the Olympians seemed to be suffering a post-Montreal letdown at the Drake Relays, a couple of unknowns took the opportunity to serve notice that the established stars better not stay down in the dumps for too long
Derby Preview
Duane Bobick
HE'S NOT PRETTY, HE'S JUST PERSISTENT
Sometime boy gravedigger and Olympic flop, Duane Bobick, the Great White Hope of the moment, approaches a nice payday with favored Ken Norton
TV/Radio
Baseball
Tennis
The WTT reigns in Plains
Of course, Billy Carter and Miz Lillian got into the act, but the real stars of last week's Georgia tennis extravaganza were the Soviets and the Phoenix Racquets
Pro Basketball
Bowling
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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