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July 30, 1984 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

A GYMNASTICS CRITIC SAYS THE LATER YOU PERFORM, THE BETTER YOU SCORE

By Lee Green

British Open

It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over

This birdie putt by Seve Ballesteros on the last hole turned out the lights on Tom Watson in the British Open

By Dan Jenkins

The Ball Was White, The Grass Was Green

The National Senior Women's Grass Court Championships evoked fond memories of a bygone era in tennis

By Barry McDermott

The Dodgers

These Dodger Kids Are On The Ball

Slumping or injured veterans laid L.A. low, but now its youngsters are keeping the team afloat in the NL West

By Jim Kaplan

Jack Lambert

A Rose by Any Other Name

Steeler linebacker Jack Lambert is not known as a sweetie, but he sure knows the sweet smell of success

By Paul Zimmerman

TV/Radio

Adding that personal touch

ABC's profiles of athletes bring warmth and bad grammar to the Olympics

By William Taaffe

Baseball

The Umpress strikes back

Triple A umpire Pam Postema calls 'em as she sees 'em, not hears 'em

By Sandy Keenan

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through July 22)

By Henry Hecht

Horse Racing

This was his crowning achievement

Fit to Fight won the Brooklyn and the rare Handicap Triple Crown

By William Leggett

THE MAN WHO NEVER LOSES

Edwin Moses, the winner of 89 straight races in the 400 hurdles, is a gold-pipe cinch to get number 90 in the Olympics. In no less of an accomplishment, he's taken off his shades and stands revealed as one terrific guy

By Curry Kirkpatrick

First Person

THIS ST. ANDREWS INITIATE SHOWED HE'S NOT ONE TO HUNKER IN A BUNKER

By Marino Parascenzo

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 16-22

Compiled by Greg Kelly

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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