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Shopwalk

NO LONGER SLIPPERY WHEN WET: A NEW BALL THAT'S AS TOUGH AS AN OLD TIRE

By Rick Telander

Perspective

FOR A FATHER-SON TEAM, BASKETBALL HAS BEEN A SWEATY RITE OF PASSAGE

By Mike Taibbi

Cardinals

The Cards Are Coming Up Aces

With speed, defense, pitching and a reshuffled deck, surprising St. Louis is holding the upper hand in the race for the NL East

By Craig Neff

Boris Made It A Boom Town

Boris Becker came home a hero after wowing them at Wimbledon

USFL

A Heavenly Night For The Stars

The Baltimore Stars closed out the USFL's spring experiment by defeating Oakland for the title

By Paul Zimmerman

Opening In High Style

Kathy Baker, a second-year pro, was smart in every way as she made the U.S. Open her first victory

By Barry McDermott

Bill Elliott

Bill's Driving 'Em Bananas

The phenomenal success of NASCAR ace Bill Elliott and his T-Bird has rivals probing frantically for the Secret

By Sam Moses

Boxing

A real tower of power

Joey Olivo, a lofty 5'8", is the first American junior flyweight champ

By Bruce Anderson

Baseball

Mullinorg: birds of a feather

Rance Mulliniks and Garth Iorg of the Jays are one fine third sacker

By Hank Hersch

INSIDE PITCH Statistics through July 14

By Henry Hecht

Howie Long

THE LONG WAY UP

HOWIE LONG DEPARTED BOSTON'S STREETS FOR NFL STARDOM

By Paul Zimmerman

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 8-14

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

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