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An Outsider Comes In 20
Temperence Hill was miscast as a 53-1 shot, but he splashed to a stunning win over Genuine Risk in the 112th Belmont
by William Leggett

Two Feats on Clay 24
On their toes in the first leg of the Slam, Bjorn Borg and Chris Evert Lloyd won the French Open, his fifth, her fourth
by Curry Kirkpatrick

They've Committed Cardinal Sins 26
An aggravating season of bad fortune and worse playing has put St. Louis in last place and Ken Boyer out of his job
by William Nack

From Hard Punches, a Life of Ease 30
The hands that gently cradle his pet rabbit will rock welterweight champ Sugar Ray Leonard in Montreal—says Roberto Duran
by William Nack

Reflections of an Older America 58
From Yosemite Park to an island off Georgia, five historic hostelries offer splendid scenery, plus the comforts of home
by Sarah Pileggi

The Departments

Scorecard 15
Baseball 47
Boxing 54
For the Record 81
19th Hole 82

Credits on page 81

Cover photograph by John Iacono

Next Week

It's a wide-open open, at least in the beginning, for 156 golfers (138 pros, 18 amateurs) from Adams (John G. of Midland, Texas) to Zoeller (Fuzzy of New Albany, Ind.). When the crunch comes at Baltusrol, Dan Jenkins reports on survivors.

What makes Coe go? England's Sebastian Coe, world-record holder in the 800, mile and 1,500, will compete in the Olympics in defiance of his prime minister. In an intimate portrait of the runner and his remarkable family, Kenny Moore tells why.