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The Masters
The Reign of Spain
Except for one jittery hour, 23-year-old Severiano Ballesteros ruled the Masters with an iron hand, humbling our finest
Olympic Boycott
THE DECISION: NO GO ON MOSCOW
With the full weight of the Presidency pledged to an American boycott of the 1980 Summer Games, the U.S. Olympic Committee—distraught, dismayed but dutiful—has acceded to the inevitable
Whiffs
Brodeur
THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES
Ed Brodeur is not only the inventor of surfaces, notably Supreme Court, on which tennis is played, but he is also a prophet who can foretell who's going to win a tournament from the "dynamics of the court"
Me And Red
Baseball
Swimming
Bruner and the burners
Mike Bruner made a fired-up comeback at the national championships, but he wasn't as hot as record-setters Rowdy Gaines, Mary T. Meagher and Par Arvidsson
Bowling
Boxing
Hockey
Penn Circuit
Yesterday
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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