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18 It Was a Bump and Run Belmont
Caveat survived a rough trip to win the 115th Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park for a man named Belmont
by William Nack

22 Chicago Put a Lock on the Bandits
George Allen's Blitz crumpled Tampa Bay 31-8 in an old-fashioned money game in the USFL's Central Division
by Ralph Wiley

24 The Fight Is over the Red Sox, Not in Them
While general partners Haywood Sullivan and Buddy LeRoux battled for control of the team, the players swooned
by Steve Wulf

32 New Philadelphia Story
Oklahoma's superb tailback, Marcus Dupree, is home in Philadelphia, Miss. stewing over his coach's slights
by Douglas S. Looney

42 It's a Father-Son Game
No. 2 in money won in his second year on the golf tour. Hal Sutton intends to be first. He already is, with his dad
by Ivan Maisel

62 Beyond the Point of No Return
By signing Jackie Robinson and launching him toward Ebbets Field, Branch Rickey changed baseball forever
by Jules Tygiel


Scorecard 13
Baseball 50
Golf 58
For the Record 79
19th Hole 80

Credits on page 79

Cover photograph by Ronald C. Modra