September 16, 1979

Booktalk
As I Did It
Footloose
Sideline
U.S. Open
THE OPEN WAS CLOSED
When it came down to the finals at Flushing Meadow, it was strictly a New York affair, John McEnroe, local boy made good, doing a number on Vitas Gerulaitis, local boy made not so good, to win the U.S. Open
Steelers
THE WHITECAPS KICKED UP A STORM
The Soccer Bowl crowd was unforgiving toward Vancouver for knocking the Cosmos out of the playoffs, but the Caps were unyielding on the field, stopping Rodney Marsh and the Rowdies to win the NASL championship
Sutter
THIS PITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE
When Chicago requires late-inning help, out of the bullpen comes Bruce Sutter, whose unique "split-fingered fastball" has made him the most effective relief pitcher in the game
Knute Rockne: Part 2
Baseball
College Football
Krazy Guys
SOME WILD AND KRAZY GUYS
They dress up as chickens, have names like Krazy George and Peanut Man, wear psychedelic wigs and throw voodoo hexes, but whatever it is with these "whatevers," they keep fans hopping
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments