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Footloose

THIS ROADRUNNER DIDN'T SAY "BEEP! BEEP!" HE COOED AND KEPT HIS COOL

By Michael Baughman

Wimbledon

Das Wunderkind

Boris Becker, a 17-year-old from West Germany, became Wimbledon's youngest champion by bashing Kevin Curren

By Curry Kirkpatrick

European Track

More Than A Passing Fancy

Maricica Puic«é, overshadowed at the Olympics, won twice in Europe as U.S. men excelled, too

By Kenny Moore

Pete Weber

The Perils Of Life In The Fast Lane

Cocaine and booze had Pete Weber heading right for the gutter until he straightened himself out with help from his legendary father

By Jack McCallum

Marge Has Them Eating Out Of Her Hand

Marge Schott, the Reds' spirited new boss, wins fans and influences people—as well as other animals

By Demmie Stathoplos

Horse Racing

A crown for the Fuller fillies

Abby Fuller rode Mom's Command, her dad's fast filly, to a Triple Crown

By Demmie Stathoplos

Football

Last laugh for a little big man

Anthony Carter's nine catches put Oakland into the USFL title game

By Ralph Wiley

Baseball

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through July 7)

By Henry Hecht

DICK ALLEN JR. IS DOING PHILLY'S DIRTY WORK

By Ivan Maisel

Seve

GOLF'S DASHING INVADER FROM THE SPANISH SHORE

Seve Ballesteros learned to play his game with homemade clubs and small rocks that he found on the beach at Pedreña

By Sarah Ballard

First Person

AT 14, THE WRITER FOUND HIMSELF IN SOME VERY DEEP WATER ONE MORNING

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 1-7

Compiled by BAILEY BREENE

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

By Robert W. Creamer