Booktalk
Yesterday
Lacrosse
NOT QUITE A TERRAPIN STEW
In the NCAA lacrosse championship, a stall by underdog Johns Hopkins held mighty Maryland for a while. But a cluster of All-Americas and a hot-shooting freshman named Urso saved the day in overtime
Fire And Rain
Boss Tweedy
U.S. Open
Out Of The Cage
ARNIE OPENED THE CAGE AND...
...out came The Bear. The scene was Oakmont and the 1962 Open. Palmer was king and Jack Nicklaus was a winless young pro, but suddenly a five-stroke lead vanished and the world changed
People
Baseball
Golf
Wrestling
Bridge
Sing no sad songs for the Blues
On a balmy Brazilian isle Italy's world-championship entry, which included three members of the fabled Blue Team, once again breezed to the title, leaving the hopes of the U.S.—and the rest of the world—at sea
Big Sky, Big Dream
When he was young and a fastballer of promise, the author received a major-league bonus and was sent to McCook, Neb. to test his arm against his fantasies
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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