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16 Putting It All on the Line
Mary Decker won two gold medals and Carl Lewis three in track and field's magnificent first World Championships
by Kenny Moore

32 At Last, Some D for San Diego
No Air Coryell lead was safe with the Chargers' alleged defense, but five rookies could change that situation
by Rick Telander

36 A Yank Who's Cashing In
America's Cash Asmussen has taken to riding in France in grand style. Now he's vying for the top jockey award
by Clive Gammon

68 A Crown for the (N)iceman
It took two fights and 24 rounds for low-key Milton McCrory to beat Colin Jones for the WBC welterweight title
by Clive Gammon

74 Some Like It Hot
Chicago's pitchers do. After a frigid start they warmed up with the weather and led the Sox into first place
by Frank Deford


Scorecard 11
TV/Radio 60
Baseball 62
Horse Racing 66
Boxing 68
Soccer 70
For the Record 91
19th Hole 92

Cover photograph by Steve Powell

Credits on page 91