Booktalk
Yesterday
Sour Revenge
REVENGE CAN BE SOUR
Marty Liquori defeated Kip Keino for the first time in the Martin Luther King Games, avenging the humiliating loss he suffered last winter, but sweet it wasn't as the Kenyan gave up in the stretch
A PREAKNESS WITH PERSONALITY
The colt that Hirsch Jacobs said was his best a few days before he died finally won a Triple Crown event for the family stable, and even the losers at Pimlico could feel pretty good about that
MOM UNSER AND THE INDY CHILI CAPER
It took a brave throat to swallow her fiery cooking and a braver foot to duel with her son Al as he raced to the 500 pole
Henry Aaron
Henry Raps One for History
A single up the middle brought the Atlanta Braves' Henry Aaron his 3,000th hit and a mile-high milestone in a fabulous hitting career that after 16 years does not show the least sign of peaking
Swift Wings
People
Baseball
Harness Racing
Lacrosse
Boxing
Out Of Eden
A River Running out of Eden
The salmon has long lured millionaire sportsmen to Canada's Restigouche. They came first by houseboat 80 years ago and later built stately lodges. Today anglers instinctively return—but the fish are scarce
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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