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12 It Ain't Over 'til It's Over
Seve Ballesteros dropped a birdie putt on the final hole to turn out the lights on Tom Watson in the British Open
by Dan Jenkins

18 The Ball Was White, the Grass Green
The National Senior Women's Grass Court Championships evoked some fond memories of the bygone days of tennis
by Barry McDermott

20 These Dodger Kids Are on the Ball
Slumping or injured veterans laid Los Angeles low, but now its youngsters are keeping the team afloat in the NL West
by Jim Kaplan

26 A Rose by Any Other Name
Pittsburgh Steeler linebacker Jack Lambert isn't known as a sweetie, but he sure knows the sweet smell of success
by Paul Zimmerman

52 The Man Who Never Loses
Edwin Moses, winner of 89 straight races in the 400 hurdles, is a gold-pipe cinch to get number 90 in the L.A. Olympics
by Curry Kirkpatrick


7 Scorecard
42 TV/Radio
44 Baseball
48 Horse Racing
69 For the Record
70 19th Hole

Credits on page 69

Cover photograph by Tony Tomsic


LEADING OFF: Cardinal catcher Tom Nieto got eyeball-to-baseball in this play at the plate on his sliding Dodger counterpart, Mike Scioscia. How did umpire Doug Harvey see the play? To find out, turn to page 25.