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Footloose
Booktalk
Baseball Playoffs
TWO BIG RED MACHINES
Baseball's best—and hardest-hitting—teams, the Phils and Reds, come out slugging in the National League playoffs, while Yanks-Royals will open some eyes in the American
Not The Greatest
NOT THE GREATEST WAY TO GO
If, as Muhammad Ali maintains, his disputed victory over Ken Norton was his last fight ever, the faded image of his old skills that he left in the ring at Yankee Stadium makes his decision a wise one
TV/Radio
College Football
Horse Racing
Pro Football
Go to Upchurch on Sunday
AND IF YOU ARE A DEVOUT DENVER FAN, THIS DAZZLING BRONCO MAY BLESS YOU WITH A LONG HOME RUN, AS HE DID IN LAST SABBATH'S DEFEAT OF SAN DIEGO
Ruling Class
NOBODY LOVES THE RULING CLASS
Whether they're called umpires, referees or judges, those who must decide if it was fair, foul, in, out, over or short are, officially speaking, unappreciated
Yesterday
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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