Booktalk
Soccer Bowl
A DUTCH TREAT FOR MARIO
By roaring off with the Grand Prix at Zandvoort, America's Andretti wheeled closer to an elusive goal: a world title
Swimming
Pro Football '78
BIG D BY THREE
Bud Goode, prognosticator extraordinary, feeds his Univac 1106 computer a mawful of statistics, and reports the readout: close races in all divisions of the AFC but a runaway in the NFC for Dallas, which will win the Super Bowl in Miami in a close one against the home team
To Be Tight, You've Got To Be Loose
And that's not all. A good tight end has to be as fast as a running back, have hands as good as a wide receiver and be big and strong enough to block the likes of Harvey Martin or Lyle Alzado
TV/Radio
Baseball
Sweet whiff of success
J. R. Richard, tallest man in the game, may become the first righty in the National League to strike out 300 in a season
Dogs
Big daddy of dogdom
Winner of 36 of 42 races in one year and a record $128,397 in purses, a wondrous greyhound named Downing is retiring to become the sport's only syndicated stud
Staubach
A Do-Gooder Who's Doing Good
Roger Staubach—Mr. Straight Arrow, the Galahad of the Gridiron—gets ready to mount his white horse and ride hell out of 1978
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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